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The Truth About Sunlight, Cancer and Vitamin D
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*Does sunlight cause skin cancer or does sunlight prevent skin cancer?
*How does sunbathing give you the so-called red neck?
* Is tanning booth bad for you or does it help your body to generate Vitamin D under certain circumstances? (And what are the circumstances?)
*What is the relationship between nutrition, Vitamin D and cancer?

This is a video that reveals the truth about Vitamin D, sunlight and cancer.
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Sapphyreopal5
Posted 4/29/2013 5:52:11 PM
I always suspected something was iffy about sunblock. The way sunblock feels on the skin alone reflects it can't be really any good for the skin (tends to dry my skin out, makes it feel tighter, etc.). I do not get sunburned very easily despite spending a very long time while in the sun (typically use suntan oil although am changing to using more natural, homemade products these days). Also, I've always ate a great deal of fruits and vegetables my whole life (could easily live off eating only those things no problem). The information being said in this video has much better logic and truth than what the beauty industry is selling in the mainstream. Quite frankly, thinking that something that enables plants to create their own food and is generally needed for many other reasons is bad for us never made the least bit of sense to me. On another interesting note, has anyone else noticed how tired and such a lot of people tend to be during the day (or heck, even cranky)? Blue light (hello,
Cate
Posted 4/8/2013 2:34:26 PM
I've never used sunblock and approaching 60. What a hoax. It's not logical. I've been telling people for years not to use that stuff. It's harmful. I read a great article by a chemist online about 15 years ago and have never been able to find it again. So wanted to use it as a handout. Camp people thought I was a loon that I wouldn't allow it on my daughter. So the upshot is I'm so glad to hear you talk about this and spread the word.
wolfie03
Posted 4/5/2013 10:59:20 AM
Wow, this all makes perfect sense! For someone like me who lives in Florida, has lost a sister to skin cancer and who's brother was just diagnosed with basal cell, this is very good news. The beach was my "therapy" for years and then the fear set in and deterred me from enjoying it even though it always made me feel so healthy. I will definitely load up on my antioxidants and get back to playing in the sun. Thanks!
JMHFL7
Posted 2/3/2013 1:20:18 AM
Thanks Mike! I love you man! All we have to do is research, and in today's world with all the available options, we should not be in the dark!
D_deficientinCanada
Posted 6/27/2012 7:48:26 PM
Excellent info: If your still not convinced, see the following: http://www.wadeandersonpt.com/vitamind/articles/diagnosis-vitdd.pdf
someguy12
Posted 5/24/2012 4:57:41 PM
Proper nutrition infusing your skin with antioxidants that combines with sunlight to protect your skin from skin cancer? Thatís not true at all; UVB radiation penetrates through your cells and damages their DNA directly. All antioxidants do is remove free-radicals from your body. The mainstream theory of how we age is based on your cells being unable to repair significant DNA damage. For anybody that has been in the sun for a long time with sun block in one instance, and been the sun for a long time without sun block in another instance, they would notice a burn on the instance without sun block. All that bullshit about African Americans not being able to form vitamin d in their skin is not proof of them having a vitamin d deficiency, shit all they need to do is take a vitamin to get their daily vitamin d intake.
Fawnzarelli
Posted 5/3/2012 10:35:01 AM
Bang on! And on and on. I'm ever so grateful to have found this website. I believe with all my being that this is true. I share the passion and spread the good news. Truth is you can lead a horse to water.... You can't make it drink.
jesseh
Posted 4/30/2012 7:12:12 AM
I would not advocate that tanning beds are healthy. If you've ever actually been to a tanning salon, it is not a good atmosphere. First of all, the majority of people who use them are doing it for completely superficial reasons, so the vibes you get from the place are guaranteed to be unpleasant. Then there's usually shelves full of poisonous concoctions (tanning oils). I know it's up to you to decide what you put on/in your body, but the whole thing just seems really vain and artificial. Plus, why would I want to pay obscene amounts of money just to get something I can get for free every day?
xwelder
Posted 2/2/2012 11:03:24 AM
I've come to realize that since our cells are living feeling thinking beings, and that we pass them on to our children. We pass on all our experiences, beliefs, feelings, thoughts, habits, etc. And since we are all connected to each other through Adam and Eve we have it all in us. We do all have a choice, conscious or not, of what to focus on. I suggest we all take time in a day to preferably get in the sun in quiet nature, on the ground and stop our thoughts and questions, and feel Gods Love. If you make this a regular daily habit I think you will find that things will become very clear as to the importance of what we need to do. Remember to use your heart not your head. In this predicted final year of 2012 lets unite and make it the end of mans destruction and change the world completely.
BBell
Posted 1/25/2012 4:42:58 PM
I never use sunscreen and my friends think I'm crazy when I tell them, but on a hot summer's day after 6 hours in direct sunlight I didn't get burned and they did. Until now though I didn't know exactly WHY I wasn't using sunscreen, I just always suspected it was not needed. Thanks for telling me why!
jdb
Posted 12/15/2011 2:55:38 PM
Sounds to me like you are healing according to God's design! Maybe you should be running for President...I'll vote for you!
Sat;urnWind
Posted 8/7/2011 9:55:56 AM
The newest reason for sun being bad the doctors in the northern hemisphere are using is that the "THE SUN IS CHANGING! Especially in the last 100 years" ??WHat?? What is 100 years in the lifetime of sun?! - Not even a moment! The sun is the same as it has been, always. The sun is the sole energy source on earth, every other kind of energy is just recycled solar, even plant and animals are themselves recycled solar energy. Sun cannot be bad for you! Everything we need to be healthy is here on earth, and everything here on Earth is here because of the sun.
Sat;urnWind
Posted 8/7/2011 9:35:33 AM
Finally ! I've been saying it for years ! I grew up in Central Asia, never put sunblock on me! AND never burned. My mother is blond, blue eyed, grew up on a farm in the sun, and she also never gets sun burn! On the other hand, there are black people in CANADA and US who get burned after an hour under the sun, because they used sunblock all of their life. So to all of you white people: Start slowly, 15-30 min in the sun, let your skin get used to the sun! Burning has nothing to do with the color of your skin! It's a question of being used to it.
Tman
Posted 6/30/2011 9:54:33 AM
Cancer is basically a Mold or Fungus, and where does Mold or Fungus grow the best? In Dark, Damp places.Also, the Asian theory is, Wealthy Asians stayed indoors out of the sun, while peasant Asians worked outside and got tans. An Asian tan meant that you weren't wealthy. Great Video Mike.
Ethan123
Posted 4/28/2011 11:56:33 AM
You know something... I walked out side the other day and I noticed that while im indoors... I feel gritty and my eyes hurt. I walked into the sun and my eye pains where almost instantly alleviated
TarzanTZMman
Posted 3/3/2011 3:03:57 AM
Thanks a lot! This is just awsome! Feels good to get the latest info about this. Most of this I knew, but as time goes more info is getting out about the truth in every field. Having kids this is valuble info indeed! When will you make a show about the connection about the monetary system and the destruction of the whole planet? That is surely about everyones health. Check out www.thezeitgeistmovement.com Love and peace! /Kosotie
KennethGardner
Posted 11/3/2010 4:50:21 PM
This video is SOOO incredibly awesome. It just goes to show the power of the propaganda of the medical establishment. I've been into natural health for many years and have only just realized that exposure is good and necessary. I just started going weekly to a tanning salon during these winter months for health reasons! I had already decided never to use those chemical cancer-causing sunscreens again but to cover up when necessary since I'm very fair.
GiveUpPain.com
Posted 10/5/2010 10:02:35 PM
Thanks Mike. Once again you're perspective is enLightening. I have been telling people this for years. The biggest myth I find being perpetuated is that we need to TAKE Vit D, my concern is because the body produces this naturally via sunlight exposure...will we eventually lose that ability to produce Vit D Keep up the great work Mike!
thetanningguru
Posted 10/5/2010 5:55:40 AM
The FEAR of sunlight which we have been introduced to during more the 25 years, is created only for the large cosmetic companies to sell more sun-protection lotions. The campaign is very successful for that purpose. Unfortunately it hasn't done anything to reduce the incidence of skin-cancer but rather contributed to a huge increase also in other cancers due to the resulting Vitamin-D deficiency. For more about this, see: www.thetanningguru.com
Health4ever
Posted 9/30/2010 6:20:43 PM
Very informative video on getting more sunlight. I've always known sunlight is good and wondered why the industries tell you to cover up. Thanks for exposing the corrupt companies out there who live off our illness! For those who are in doubt, it's not sunlight, it's sunburns and your own deficiency that causes cancer.
GreenTreasureHerbs
Posted 8/31/2010 6:40:15 AM
Mike has it right on. I was taking superfoods, antioxidants and fish oil and I never did get burned. I don't have to put sun screen on at all. Thanks MIke for all you do for us. I have learned more from you than all the doctors that I have been to in my life.
AADPresident
Posted 8/11/2010
Seeking the sun as a source of vitamin D is dangerous as there is compelling, irrefutable scientific evidence that unprotected sun exposure can cause skin cancer, including melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer. Vitamin D is an important nutrient for the body and individuals who are concerned about their vitamin D levels should seek guidance about safe options to obtain vitamin D, such as through a healthy diet which incorporates foods naturally rich in vitamin D, vitamin D-fortified foods and beverages, and vitamin D supplements. William D. James, MD, FAAD President American Academy of Dermatology
DrinkurActVtmns
Posted 7/28/2010
Very informative...I know I always feel better going outside on a sunny day. Everyone needs a sip of sunshine. Some of us need alot more lol
Shrish
Posted 7/16/2010
THANK YOU>>THANK YOU!!! This is the message we in the tanning industry have been struggling to get out but are being beat out by the billion dollar cosmetic industry. God Bless all the people that do their homework. For all of you wondering WHY big industry will NOT give you this message...look here. You will be stunned! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/harmon-leon/is-profit-behind-dermatol_b_640929.html
orangana1
Posted 7/12/2010
This is an extremely interesting and informative video. My friend and I are going through many issues with vitamin D deficiency, fatigue etc. due to lack of sun and vitamin D. I found the info in this to be very helpful and it is no surprise to me that certain industries are misinforming the public in order to make money off of us. Btw I don't mind the length of this video...it is worth watching regardless.
BLCJazzie
Posted 7/11/2010
Your information regarding the importance of adequate vitamin D in our bodies is correct and informative. However, I am a red head and have been diagnosed with actenic keratosis (sun spots). Sun spots are caused by the cumulative effect of sun exposure and if not treated early can cause cancer. For the last 3 years I have avoided the sun and in doing so I became vitamin D deficient but since limiting my sun exposure I have not developed any new sunspots. I have finally found the "middle ground". Practicing moderation is the key. I now I limit my sun exposure to 1/2 hour per day and take vitamin D and fish oil supplements and feel much better with a clean bill of health on my last visit. It is important that you DO NOT take sun exposure lightly! Please consider an addendum to your video. Your video minimizes the damage the sun does to your skin and there are those that will take you at your word and think that it is OK to bake for hours because you said so. Please be
Aeternium
Posted 7/10/2010
Hello All. Well Ranger, you definately made ME to register in NaturalNews (excellent) community, and you also made me cry... of satisfaction, after I saw the above Sunlight related video. THANK YOU SO MUCH, about the so energetic way of how you expressed the "message"! Even the most skeptical person in the world has from now on a golden information about general nutrition and survival. I'll do my best to spread your warm wind of Truth, to all my friends and relatives. Plz continue ^_^
AtBruyn
Posted 7/9/2010
Hi, i can not receive the movie compleet, is it possible to download it. Maybe you can give permission to place it on my website? Of course with telling the source! (NaturalNews.tv)We appreciate your efferts in sharing this health information on your site. Please use the "Embed this video" feature below the video, and it will play on your website.
CutTheCarb
Posted 7/9/2010
It is a good thing this information is getting out now. It's important to get out in the sun round noon. Moderation stays important. And dan't use the sunscreen; It does more harm than good. We have several supporting video's on our site right here: http://www.cutthecarb.com/category/benefactors/sunlight/
mikelobrien
Posted 7/8/2010
Thought provoking indeed! I think that the suggestion to shorten the video is a good one, but the message is spot on!
melanieb
Posted 7/8/2010
I think your message would be much more powerful if I didn't have to buy that the cancer industry knowingly keeps this informaiton from people. I agree that cancer treatment is an industry/business, but for the general public who needs to hear this information about vitamin D and sunlight, conspiracy theory is a huge turn off. If they disagree about the cancer industry then they immediately stop listening to anything else you have to say. Is the goal to demonize the cancer industry, or to provide the information needed to live a healthier life?
procrastistamper
Posted 7/8/2010
This is very interesting. I have fair skin and as a kid/teen I would burn like crazy--I'm sure it was malnutrition. As an adult, and much more health counscious, I just don't burn like that anymore, and I really wondered how that could happen. In fact, I went to a street fair a few weeks back, and I wasn't feeling well so I had been taking spirulina/chlorella supplements for a few days. I didn't take sunscreen, and I didn't even turn PINK. Everyone else got pink but me, it was just such a contrast to how things usually went. Lately, I haven't been taking the supplements...but I have been purposefully getting sun because I know it's important, and my back got pretty pink the other day. Before seeing this video I thought that was weird that I wouldn't burn at the street fair in the middle of the day, yet I'd started to burn while I was in the backyard at about 5pm. Now I feel like my experience pretty much proves (to me at least) what you're saying. Time for more spirulina...
soulboy01
Posted 7/8/2010
very informative vid, but the length of this video is way too long. a lot of the information you present starts getting a little repetitive. while i appreciate the effort put into the making of this video, i think you would be much more effective in capturing the attention of more people by keeping it under 10 minutes. just some constructive criticism, as i really feel that this information needs to get out there.
Len
Posted 7/7/2010
A little long, but worth it! How long until this video gets yanked off the net? that is the real question! We need to wake people up! share this video with everyone! This is about truth and spirituality. I don't think Mike wants you to fire your doctor, just that you need to realize its all about the money, always has been, always will be. Thanks Mike! For not holding back!
Carina
Posted 7/7/2010
I LOVE YOU!
KarlA
Posted 7/7/2010
Along with SuzCorner, I regretfully cannot watch this video. Even though I have "broadband", it's just not fast enough to view this. One thing I like about YouTube is I can click on a video, pause it and let it load up, then watch it once it's loaded so it's not skippy. (So far) This is not possible with these videos. I literally get through about 8 of your words before it pauses to load again. :(
Defx
Posted 7/7/2010
One thing I'd to point out regarding diet and cancer rates in various races... working in the restaurant industry, you tend to notice patterns in the diets of people are various races as a whole. Asians have a very high rate of stomach cancer and it is largely due to the large amounts of smoked foods that they eat. Meanwhile, African-americans tend to eat high amounts of grilled food and prefer it to be cooked extra well-done; I'm sure we all know what happens to charred meat... which accounts for the high rates of prostate cancer in African-american males, in addition to Vitamin D deficiency.
Rumpl4skn
Posted 7/7/2010
My gf was diagnosed with "winter depression syndrome". I believe the scam was to get her on meds and such, rather than suggest a better diet. Our medical system is geared up for symptom treatment, not cure or wellness behavior. For more great diet info, check out this guy: http://dogtorj.com The skinny on the Big 4 Food Allergens: dairy, wheat, corn and soy - and the nutrient absorption problems they cause. Amazing, cutting edge work.
kadeeha
Posted 7/7/2010
Good news. Only thing I wonder about is the comment about the Chinese and Japanese. As these peoples are known to drink many green and white teas (known for their anti oxidants) and a great deal are mostly fish eaters, maybe having a lighter skin might not have such effects. However, I do think that copying the 'western' lifestyle will probably not do much good. As you say, there are often more factors in this equation.
newyork888
Posted 7/7/2010
Dr. Lipman wrote a whole article about this for Gwenyth Paltrow's newsletter, GOOP. http://goop.com/newsletter/88/en/
Neches
Posted 7/7/2010
Great vid Mike and great news as usual (avid follower). I've always found it hard to believe a natural adaptation of the human body was harmful. The whole skin cancer from sunlight myth can also be disproven by Dr. Max Gerson's teachings, one source/problem is not the reason for cancer but rather multiple variables creating system-wide problems which ultimately cause cancer. This also explains for many people (including me) why tan people are seen as more attractive (biologically perceived healthier). Ever since I started getting outside and lots of sun, I've been craving mangoes and blueberries, now I know why =D.
Harpo
Posted 7/7/2010
Seriously, do people really watch 23 minute videos! Please give us a text version on the website... thanks.
GregorySams
Posted 7/7/2010
Great great great! Just one thing that really MUST be covered here that can also be a major contributor to skin cancer and that is SUNGLASSES. Our body produces melanin in our skin, to safely process the Sun's healthy light. The more UV, the more melanin we need. When our light-receptors (eyes) are blocked from measuring the UV, then we don't make the important melanin, and no amount of healthy foods will compensate. Comment from the author of "Sun of gOd"
Wendy
Posted 7/7/2010
I agree with most of what Mike says. However, I disagree with the statement that juice is good to drink. Juice is not a whole food; it does not contain fiber and some of the nutients are lost. In addition, the sugars in the food juiced are highly concentrated. So you will be ingesting a load of sugar. Not a good thing usually. "Vit. D2" is a misnomer. It is not a vitamin but a synthetic analog. It does not do the same thing as natural D3, and too much can cause toxicity. There is no such thing as too much D3, on the other hand; that is, there is no toxicity reported. If you take too much you may feel some slight nausea. I have done this myself. I just reduced my dosage and the nausea disappeared. Otherwise, even with large doses (I was taking 20,000 IU per day to build up my levels for about 3 months), there are no other ill effects. I take about 5,000 IU every other day now.
FamilyFarmer
Posted 7/7/2010
I've noticed in my learning recently that a lot of important health wisdom must be searched out in the USA. Reminds me that a speaker said that if he were put in charge, the first thing he'd do would be shut down the FDA. Anyways, It would be great if I could take this video to non-internet locations to show to families I work with. Any way to download it?
m5th
Posted 7/7/2010
How true this is! When I used to live up north, I would gain weight and get depressed during the winter, but as soon as spring came and i was able to get out, I would drop the weight and start feeling great! Even when I was driving and looking into the sun made me feel better. One winter I did start using tanning beds and noticed that I did feel better, but I didn't keep it up since it was "bad" for me. Living in FL now, I feel great all year.
tennisangel
Posted 7/7/2010
Could you please comment on the vitamin D2 vs. D3 issue? How does it relate to the foods we eat, the supplements we take and sun exposure? Thanks.
BigBlue
Posted 7/6/2010
Jamie Ann Perez - Something important you need to understand. Mike Adams is extremely knowledgeable about natural health but he is not licenced to practice medicine. If you ask Mike how to treat your MS you are placing him in serious risk. Mike graciously shares fantastic information about many subjects but when it comes to specific people with medical conditions, he can't possibly know your body chemistry, diet, blood test results, scans of brain lesions, and many other things necessary to give you informed advice. td00174: African Americans are at greatest risk of vitamin D deficiency, and that's the reason they have the highest incidence of all chronic diseases. Those with deeply pigmented skin need to optimize their vitamin D blood levels through the use of supplements. The same is true of the elderly who also have trouble converting sunlight into 25(OH)D. So get a 25(OH)D blood test and keep increasing your dosage until you exceed 50 ng/mL. Typically the required daily dosage
chako
Posted 7/6/2010
For td00174: It is great to see such a young person really questioning everything and learning as much as possible. You certainly are very ambitious, and I believe that you can be a leader. I learned about nutrition in my 20s and has helped me quite a bit (I am 51), but wish I had access to all the available information now. I would have fed my children much differently (and they thought I was a health nut then). Good luck influencing your family and friends. Here is an African American woman who might give you some inspiration: http://www.ecofair360.com/eventprofile/eco-fashion-passion-fashion-change Please read her bio. Wishing you health and happiness!
SuzCorner
Posted 7/6/2010
Please please please offer an option for watching your video(s) in low-definition. I tried all afternoon to watch this video, and it is just too heavy duty for my broadband card. It would start rebuffering for 10+ seconds every 6 seconds (no kidding), which is no way to watch a 23 minute video. I tried to pause it the usual way to let it fully buffer before playing it, but no dice. You have it fixed to simply not buffer forward more than a minute or so. This renders your video completely unviewable for me and many people, and I cannot recommend it to my Facebook and Twitter friends (several hundred) until this problem is fixed on NaturalNews.tv Very disappointed. It was probably a pretty good video.
td00174
Posted 7/6/2010
21 yr old african american male. I started with conspiracy theories...found out that all the history I ever learned was a lie/watered down. Dove into religion, became an atheist. Found out about the New Age Adenda and realized I fell for it, and have now become a strong Christian. Next stop: studying food and health on my own - I realized nothing they told me in health class ever mattered and was pretty much minimal information. Since learning and trying to teach people, I've learned my very own race has been the most difficult to get across to. Black people hate the sun. We will do anything but go into the sun. We don't want to get dark! I tell friends and family "Drink more water, get out in the sun.." and they just see me as a stumbling block between them and the pharmacy (my age and elders). I keep trying though. Some days I just wonder why I don't throw in the towel. Thanks for telling the truth Mike. I especially like the spirtuality piece. I wish I could talk to you personally
Swayze
Posted 7/6/2010
I have fair skin and used to burn quite easily in the sun. Since going raw, cutting out unhealthy meat, dairy, cheese, processed foods, and eating lots of fresh fruits and veggies, I hardly ever burn. I live in the South where it regularly makes it past 95 degrees F during the summer. I'm outside every single day, often laying out at noon time, and yet I don't burn at all. I just get a nice healthy tan. Sure, you can burn if you stay out too long, but this is harder to do once you eat a healthy diet and live a healthy lifestyle. Many people worry about getting enough vitamin d, especially on a vegan or raw vegan diet. If you want to get adequate vitamin d, you need to expose your body to sunshine. I wrote an article about vitamin d and a raw food diet here: http://www.fitonraw.com/2009/10/vitamin-d-and-the-raw-vegan-diet-a-recipe-for-deficiency/ Swayze
jamieannperez
Posted 7/6/2010
Ok, I been trying to hold of Mike Adams for years now. I read your newsletter everday!!! Always lokking for specific articles on MS. I've come across one. I have rrun thru the gambit of nurishing my body. I'm no longer able to prepare my own food so first the time in years I'm not getting top nutrtion. I have spent 1,000's of $$$$ on nutrition over the years. e.g. 100% raw organic food, top superfoods recommended in your newsletter..chia, bee pollen, royal jelly, garden of life vitamins,boku, on and on. Homeopathy, herbs............ Now I'm veiwing your video on sunlight. I am a sungoddess, but now with the MS the sun is kryponite for me. I need HELP please help. Oh been taking D3 and fish oil!!!!!!!! Jamie
johnnyjj
Posted 7/6/2010
Mike, I think the truth needs to be out about the value of sunlight and this video is a great step in that direction. However, I have always subscribed to the "less is more" adage. I strongly believe your video will get much more exposure if you cut it to 10 minutes. You can do it and no lose a single point you make and I really do believe it will be much more effective.
dunesleeper
Posted 7/6/2010
I have found it difficult to impossible to convince people of this information, but I did pass this video on. Maybe it will open their minds a bit more. With skin cancer in the family, I have to fight my family over the issue of sunscreen and staying out of the sun. I did get burned from staying out too long (and not enough anti-oxidants) and I was very concerned, since the burn was on my back where I had been burned by an exploding tiki torch 2 years ago. So, yesterday, I let my friend talk me into using sunscreen so that I could go swimming. We have been so indoctrinated into this way of thinking, it can be easy to slip back in times of fear. Now I will order some more chlorella and stick to my guns. Why am I listening to someone who eats hotdogs anyway?
knw
Posted 7/6/2010
This is very true. You need adequate amounts of sunlight to be healthy and you've been telling people about this for years. Keep spreading the word and eventually the people will listen. Thanks Mike.
knw
Posted 7/6/2010
This is very true. You need adequate amounts of sunlight to be healthy and you've been telling people about this for years. Keep spreading the word and eventually the people will listen. Thanks Mike.
IsHellReal.com
Posted 7/6/2010
This is of special interest to me... I have battled severe Rosacea for 2 years and each time I go out in the Hawaiian sun it would flare up. I started GREEN JUICING 5 weeks ago and am now able to go out in the sun again. The Rosacea is totally gone!
ShatterLimits
Posted 7/6/2010
Great information.
publishinggal
Posted 7/6/2010
Enjoyed listening to this as I'm one that has always noticed that my skin is so much healthier when I use a tanning bed. My skin actually shines when I'm utilizing a tanning bed about two times a week. When I don't tan, my skin gets bumpy, rough and dry. My mood is elevated as well when tanning. I totally believe that suntanning beds are indeed safe when used correctly.... meaning moderation. I've tanned for 30 years and feel it's safer than the sun. I burn in the sun, but not in a 'good' tanning bed.
Galahadd
Posted 7/6/2010
I find this very interesting...But I would love to see the scientific data that supports this.
chris1bass
Posted 7/6/2010
There's an extremely important fact missing about tanning beds. Most commercial tanning beds use magnetic bulb ballasts, which create dangerous electromagnetic fields. This carries it's own risk of cancer, among other things. If you use tanning beds, seek out ones made with electronic ballasts, as these are safe.
Health_Is_Your_Greatest_Wealth
Posted 7/6/2010
Great video! It is about time people realize the truth about sunlight. I really like the new website; however, just to let you know when I rated the video it automatically restarted, so you might want to fix that. In the video you talk about high quality nutritional supplements like spirulina and chlorella I have those and I have some of Dr. Group's supplements and some of Mercola's supplements, but what other brands would you recommend. I know Dr. Russell Blaylock recommends LifeExtension. Do you? And what about Newmark's products? And what brand do you recommend for herbal supplements? Any information would be greatly appreciated. Also, I learned from Udo Erasmus that the more good oils you consume the less your skin burns and the more it tans. That is why they used oils in 'tanning" lotions. Thanks for all the information, Kevin Harlan

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