Chemical Sunblock Does Not Prevent Skin Cancer
Study: Sunscreen products block the ... - Vitamin D News
8-3-18, VitaminDNews -- Researchers found that deficiency in Vitamin D can be attributed to a lack of sun exposure. Resulting in chronic disease. They also report that the use of chemical "sunblocks," decreases vitamin D production by a staggering 99 percent.
The human body only produces vitamin D when skin is exposed to direct sunlight. Too little sunshine plus generous use of sunblock = serious health problems.
It's unlawful for chemical sunscreen manufacturers to advertise that sunscreen prevents melanoma skin cancer. Therefore, they pay dermatology groups millions of dollars to endorse their product and make that claim on their behalf.
The Skin Cancer Foundation is a marketing front group organized by sunscreen manufacturers to create a “Skin Cancer Foundation Seal of Approval” which appears on sunscreen products to convince consumers into the false belief that their products prevent melanoma. Despicable. More here
Or take a vitamin D supplement - the Sun is better
In the early 20th century, sun therapy (heliotherapy) treated tuberculosis patients effectively. (Clark, W. Treatment of Bone and joint tuberculosis with Tuberculin and Heliotherapy. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 1923;5:721-39.) Dr. Aguste Rollier’s records of 1,129 surgical TB cases showed heliotherapy (sun therapy) cured 87% of “closed cases” and 76% of “open cases.” More here: sunlightinstitute.org/tuberculosis-cases-sun-exposure-dropping/
3 Surprising Benefits of Vitamin D
4-7-20, Healthline -- Foods that contain vitamin D include: salmon. sardines. egg yolk. shrimp. milk (fortified) cereal (fortified) yogurt (fortified) orange juice (fortified).
You don't eat these foods or get sunshine? Take a supplement of Vitamin D. Although a clear connection with COVID-19 virus has not been found, a 2017 study involving more than 11,000 participants found evidence that vitamin D may help protect against upper respiratory tract infections.
ore here: https://www.healthline.com/health/food-nutrition/benefits-vitamin-d
Note from Annette: I take 50,000 iu of Vitamin D once a week. I'm 77 years old and have been taking it for four years and haven't had my annual flu. I get it in capsule form from Amazon here:
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