Tanned women live longer (as long as you sunbathe sensibly), say scientists By Sophie Borland Last updated at 1:51 AM on 4th December 2010 Women who regularly sunbathe live longer, a leading cancer specialist has claimed. Hakan Olsson says his research shows the health benefits of exposure to sunlight ‘far outweigh’ the danger of skin cancer.
Skinfinity Containing only natural ingredients, Skinfinity capsules are designed to help build up a deep, long-lasting tan, whilst simultaneously protecting the skin against UV-induced aging. Background Ultraviolet light, from the Sun or a sunbed, can be good for us – for example, it makes vitamin D, essential for strong bones. Additionally, ‘feeling good about our
UV-exposure and Vitamin D must be addressed in parallel. That seems to be the only thing that the experts on the adverse effects from UV-exposure and the experts on vitamin D can agree upon. The dilemma of Vitamin D and UV-exposure becomes bigger and bigger for every day as the mountain of evidence of the health
Can sunbeds be used to make vitamin D and would you use a sunbed to make vitamin D? Those are two of six questions about sunlight and sunbeds put by GrassrootsHealth to four leading experts on vitamin D. Here are some of the answers to those two questions. (Scroll down for the full video) Q: “Can Sunbeds be
Vitamin D: Is This The Miracle Vitamin? That is the title of a new book by Ian Wishart, an investigative journalist in New Zealand. In his book, Wishart accuses the Cancer Council in New Zealand for neglecting all evidence of the cancer-fighting role of vitamin D. This is an exact parallel to my accusation of
New Research Confirms That Regular Indoor Tanning is the Best Source of Vitamin D A recently published report confirms that a commercial indoor tanning bed is a better source of vitamin D than vitamin D pills. The study included 105 students, 18-30 years old, mainly female, from the Netherlands. They were divided into three groups
Trending Tanning Topics: Lose Weight – Have Heart – Avoid The Sun – False Facts – FS Expo – Kona Goes Paraben-Free
Trending Tanning Topics – weekly round-up of the most popular (in social media) tanning topics last week. In this weekly round-up of trending tanning topics and vitamin D news from around the world, I am going to cover: Three articles from Daily Mail Online; some anti-UV hysteria by AIM at Melanoma and also a couple of
Are you burned out by blogging? Need to get some vitamin D but can't leave your computer? Are you like me and millions of other people spending too much time hammering on the keyboard trying to write something that you think might be interesting for somebody else? Even if the summer is just over, your
Finally, a star who dares to tell the truth about sunshine! In an interview published on DigitalSpy, Jennifer Aniston spills her secrets about a healthy lifestyle that includes sunshine for vitamin D. “I think it's really about – honestly, this is going to sound so silly – going in the sun for 20 minutes a day
The sunbed ban in Australia – SunSmartness gets STUPID! Find out how two big lies and a Cave Woman make people in Australia sick by the tanning bed ban. Plus a huge CONSPIRACY!
What causes melanoma, the most deadly skin-cancer? Most people would say that sunlight causes melanoma. Other would mention “sunbeds” and some would specify “sunburns” as being the main culprit for melanoma. In fact, none of those answers are not and cannot be correct. You might wonder how can I say that when doctors and cancer
Helen asks… Tanning beds – fact and fiction. I am SO pale, I make fun of other people because they are pale to then find out I am lighter than them!? I hear they are worse than smoking, but then how are they legal? The people at the tanning salon say its like getting sun
Embrace the Sun – CHAPTER 4: Boning Up: Sun Exposure Maintains and Increases Bone Strenght and Joint Health.
In Chapter 4 of “Embrace The Sun”, Marc and Bill (the authors of “ Embrace The Sun”) go into details about the most known and officially recognised symptom of Vitamin D deficiency (i.e. sunlight deficiency), rickets, osteoporosis, osteomalacia, and other bone diseases.