Health benefits of exposing your skin to sunlight

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The health benefits of exposing your skin to sunlight are numerous.  But health authorities have spent the better part of 30 years trying to get us to minimize our exposure to the Sun.  Unfortunately, data shows that there are many benefits of exposing your skin to the Sun.

In this 34 minute video, you’ll learn all about the many health benefits of exposing your skin to the Sun.  You’ll also learn how you can safely get enough sunlight without overdoing it.

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The health benefits of exposing your skin to sunlight are numerous.  But health authorities have spent the better part of 30 years trying to get us to minimize our exposure to the Sun.  Unfortunately, data shows that there are many benefits of exposing your skin to the Sun.  And these benefits affect many things in our body including:

  • Mood anxiety
  • Cognition and alertness
  • Skin health and strength
  • Cardiovascular health
  • Gastrointestinal health
  • Immune function

And this is just the tip of the iceberg.  These same health authorities have convinced people that the vast majority of the benefit we get from the Sun boils down to production of Vitamin D.  So it’s simple enough, just avoid the Sun and take oral supplements of vitamin D, right?

WHy the health benefits of exposing your skin to the sun have eluded us

But evidence shows there are health benefits of exposing your skin to sunlight that have nothing to do with vitamin D.  Much of the research thus far has centered around cardiovascular health. One of the biggest ways that exposing your skin to the Sun improves cardiovascular health is by lowering blood pressure.  And vitamin D doesn’t cause this effect, nitrate release from the skin does.  So, supplemental vitamin D has little effect.

One of the reasons we’ve been so bamboozled by this is that many conditions do indeed correlate with lower vitamin D levels.  But researchers believe that this is because vitamin D levels in our blood are a measure of how much Sun we get.  It makes sense, we make vitamin D by exposing our skin to the Sun.

This doesn’t mean that there isn’t some risk to exposing your skin to the Sun.  Skin Cancer is a real concern, and there’s a safe way to get the right amount of Sun exposure.  But recent studies have shown that people who spend more time in the Sun actually live up to 2 years longer than people who spend less time.  So strict avoidance is worse.

In this 34 minute video, you’ll learn all about the many health benefits of exposing your skin to the Sun.  You’ll also learn how you can safely get enough sunlight without overdoing it.

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