Vitamin D3 Breakthrough News – Great Information on D3, Sunscreen and Their Link to Weight Loss

I applaud all women and men who respect themselves and take care of themselves on daily basis.

That involves protecting our skin so that it looks youthful and wrinkle free.

For the last 30 years the main message has been to use protective sunscreens. Huge campaigns drummed this message into all of us.

The newest research, however (e.g. Joseph Mercola or William Grant), has been showing that using the usual sunscreen might not always be the best idea. Here is why:

First of all, unless you are using completely natural products, the chances are that your skin is absorbing a fair amount of chemicals and toxins contained in sunscreens, many of them carcinogens.

Secondly, the latest research is showing that many sunscreens actually do not block UVA sunrays, which are those causing cancerous melanoma.

Thirdly, by using sunscreens we block the important part of sunrays (UVB) which create Vitamin D3 in our skin. This vitamin is CRUCIAL in so many ways, and the importance of it has just been rediscovered.

Vitamin D3 – cholecalciferol (the active form of vitamin D), turns actually into a hormone-like substance which supports many important functions in our bodies and INFLUENCES AROUND 2000 GENES!

1) It helps with absorption of calcium and magnesium. This:

a) alkalises your body and keep you LEAN! (acidity = you store fat, remember?)
b) calms you down (you feel in control and don’t act on impulse = no binge eating)
c) keeps your bones and teeth strong – (you don’t feel frail and old, no pains and aches = more movement)

2) It prevents chronic fatigue syndrome, depression and tiredness. This:

a) means you will have more energy
b) be happier and motivated to do great stuff with your life
c) will be inclined to move more = more phat burnt
d) be upbeat and excited about your life!

People in the sunny countries tend to have a more positive outlook on life, whereas people in northern countries such as Sweden have one of the highest suicide rates in Europe!:(

3) The newest studies also show that Vitamin D deficiency is linked with diabetes because Vitamin D plays an important role in insulin deficiency and resistance. The lack of this vitamin has also been linked with high blood pressure. It’s been also noted that patients with cancer had low levels of this vitamin.

4) Vitamin D3 helps with combating flu, cold, infections, tuberculosis etc, because it increases very specific antimicrobial peptides which keep your immune system strong. Because your body will be strong, your energy can be devoted to all the important daily tasks that need to be done.

Now, I’m not saying you now go and turn yourself into a fried lobster. What I do suggest though is that you expose yourself to the sun in small doses as frequently as possible. Be sensible about it.

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