the Health Ranger
December 19, 2010
Seven leading health groups in the UK have announced a "definitive statement" that reverses decades of ignorant opposition to sunlight exposure.
This statement admits what NaturalNews
has been teaching for years: That sunlight exposure is good for you
and that people should seek to expose themselves to the sun, without
sunscreen in order to produce more vitamin D.
The fact that these seven non-profits
are now admitting that sunshine is good for you represents a
monumental change in the longstanding position of most conventional
health non-profits who have long insisted that sunlight is bad for
It is, of course, a philosophy of
ignorance and darkness, but it has been the very
foundation of the conventional medicine system for so long that most
health experts never bothered to question it.
That's why this announcement from these UK non-profits is so dangerous to the medical system in the United States. If people begin to allow a little sunshine into their lives, vitamin D deficiency will plummet - and cancer rates along with it.
That's because vitamin D
prevents 77% of all cancers.
But because of these remarkable
properties of vitamin D, it represents a grave threat to the
continuation of the sick-care medical system. That's why U.S.
non-profits will undoubtedly continue to resist making any kind of
announcements that support vitamin D.
Instead, in the United States we get
these ridiculous warnings about vitamin D from the Institute of
Medicine which actually went out of its way recently to declare that
shouldn't take too much vitamin D
because it might 'harm' them.
Such claims are illegal in the United
States of America, where pharmaceuticals are considered "healthy"
but nutrients are considered contraband.
Even though this announcement from UK non-profits is a huge step in the right direction, it's still rife with huge information gaps.
For example, these groups are advocating 10 minutes a day of sunshine but still warn that anything over 10 minutes is dangerous for your health. That's a lie, of course - especially if you have darker skin color.
Those of African descent who live in the UK actually need more like three hours of sunlight a day to generate sufficient levels of vitamin D.
Perhaps in another decade, they'll somehow discover the scientific integrity to admit the full story on sunshine and vitamin D. Until then, they insist that you limit your time in the sun to 10 minutes a day.
Because, after all, we wouldn't want vitamin D
deficiency to be eradicated too quickly now, would we?