Posts Tagged ‘Vitamins’

Vitamin Sun

November 25, 2008

The Healing Power of Sunlight and Vitamin D: an exclusive interview with Dr. Michael Holick
Dr. Michael Holick is the world’s foremost authority on vitamin D and the healing power of natural sunlight. He’s the author of The UV Advantage, and in this interview, Dr. Holick reveals fascinating facts on how vitamin D is created and used in the human body to ward off chronic diseases like cancer, osteoporosis, mental disorders and more. This is one of the most eye-opening interviews you’ll ever read on health.

Here’s some of what you’ll find inside:

* Why and how your body manufactures vitamin D.
* How your body automatically regulates proper levels of vitamin D, even with excessive sunlight exposure.
* Why vitamin D deficiencies are now epidemic in the American population (and what it means to their health).
* How vitamin D deficiencies cause prostate cancer, breast cancer, cervical cancer, osteoporosis, rickets and other diseases.
* The true cause of asthma and why antihistamines only conceal the symptoms of the disease rather than treating its cause.
* Why African Americans and Hispanics are especially susceptible to vitamin D deficiencies due to skin pigmentation.
* Why the sunscreen industry doesn’t want you to read this information and has tried to discredit Dr. Holick.
* Why milk and orange juice are poor sources for vitamin D. Revealed: a much better nutritional supplement that provides a vitamin D boost!
* Why where you live on the planet ultimately determines how much sunlight you need.
* How dermatologists misinform people about the real risks of sun exposure.
* Seasonal Affective Disorder: how to treat it with sunlight exposure.
* Revealed: a simple, five-second test that reveals whether you’re suffering from severe vitamin D deficiency.
* Why vitamin D defiencies impair your body’s ability to absorb calcium!
* Fifteen facts you probably never knew about vitamin D.
* A complete list of diseases and disorders caused by vitamin D deficiencies.


Seems to be an interesting little book.