Is it possible that Vitamin D make you tan? I suppose you know by now that tanning is the best way to make Vitamin D, but does also Vitamin D make you tan? Many visitors arrive to thetanningguru.com after having searched in Google for the answer to the question: “Does Vitamin D make you tan?”.
Two sunbed sessions per week might reduce suicide, depression and other mental health disorders with a yearly average of 10% in the USA and even more in other countries. The conclusion that regular sessions in a sunbed reduce suicide is possible to make after having studied a report titled “Seasonality in Seeking Mental Health Information
Regular indoor tanners have almost three times more vitamin D than people who do not use sunbeds. New and sensational statistics from The Grassrootshealth (www.grassrootshealth.net) demonstrate clearly the benefits of regular use of sunbeds for your level of vitamin D. Their D*action project is an international public health project to solve the vitamin D deficiency
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SPF-lotions prevents vitamin D synthesis and current sunscreen recommendations from the WHO may be re-evaluated. Not really any big news for reader of this blog. We all know that in order for us to create vitamin D in a natural way, we have to expose our skin to UVB-rays, either from the natural sun or
Will France be the next country after Brazil and Australia to ban sunbeds? The campaign against use of sunbeds is intensifying and entering Europe. After the horrendous miscarriage of justice with a ban of indoor tanning in Australia (see this article) France seems to be the chosen country to spearhead the banning of sunbeds in Europe. The French “The Local”
Healthy Sun-Exposure Gives You All The Benefits From Tanning 10 tips of how you can benefit from healthy sun-exposure and reduce the risk for overexposure. Sometimes, but very rarely, I stumble over an article that is actually giving relevant and good advice about tanning. Most of the information you normally find online about tanning are either
Is The New Initiative By CDC Regarding Skin Cancer Prevention Doomed Already From The Start? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) are right now collecting information from the public on preventing skin cancer through the reduction of UV exposure. As you can see further
President Donald J Trump has today signed an executive order in which he revokes the tanning tax and removes any other restrictions for the indoor tanning business. He announced his decision in a tweet early this morning of April 1st, 2017. In a separate comment after the signing, the President explained that … Indoor tanning
Sunbeds: Rather than a danger could they actually ‘improve' your health or even ‘save' your life? In this article Mark Bunn, a retired professional footballer (AUS), presents his take. Make it yours too and you might live longer!
10 UV Tanning Tips for getting the best from indoor tanning A while ago I had the pleasure to be asked to write about 10 tips for indoor UV tanning for publishing in the new Directory of Tanning Salons In USA. They were so satisfied with the article that they asked me to first publish
Sunshine does so much more than just give us Vitamin D. It was not mainly for giving a nice skin-color that sunshine was worshipped by ancient cultures. Recently, several researchers have confirmed what our ancestors already knew – Sunlight is the source of life and health. Modern experiments within quantum physics show how damaged DNA
Sunlight and vitamin D-rich diet can reduce the risk of breast-cancer with up to 43 %. This conclusion from a French study among 70,000 women, confirms the Swedish study reported from in my post Tanned-women-live-longer. Breast-cancerer is the by far most common cancer among women (prostate-cancer, is the most common among men). Take a look at the
A review of “Embrace the Sun,” probably the most important book you should read if you care about your health and wellbeing. The first post of several in which I will report on each of the chapters and appendixes of a new book, “Embrace the Sun” written by Drs. Marc B. Sorenson and William B. Grant.
In July 2009 the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), an Agency organized within UN’s World Health Organization (WHO), announced through The Lancet Oncology medical journal and press-releases, the “breaking news” about the classification of ‘the use of UV-emitting tanning devices to Group 1, “carcinogenic to humans”’. This announcement created a new wave of