Red Light Therapy Tanning is the future of indoor tanning. If you ever tried it, you know what I mean. If you still did not enjoy the experience of red light tanning, you definitely should. The basic principle of red light therapy tanning is that the red light rejuvenates the skin and more than negates
Benefits of UV-exposure beyond vitamin D A new research paper about the benefits of UV-exposure in addition to vitamin D was recently published in Landes Bioscience: Dermato-Endocrinology 4:2, 109–117 One of the authors, Johan Moan, is a veteran researcher on the subject of UV-exposure, vitamin D and its benefits for fighting cancer. In this paper
Can you really reduce the risk of melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers with the help of sunbeds? It sounds like an idea invented by the indoor tanning industry but is in reality a conclusion possible to draw after a couple of recent studies about sun-exposure and melanoma/non-melanoma skin cancers In a report, “Occupational sun exposure
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
Edward Gorham, PhD, talks about how to use the sun or UV light for vitamin D synthesis.This video is an excerpt from a longer video in a series brought to you by UCSD School of Medicine and GrassrootsHealth where experts discuss the latest research on vitamin D. Actually this part is more about how the body
Tanning blogs – how to find the best. [UPDATED] I don't know how I managed to miss one of the absolute best blogs about tanning. Anyhow here is an update to the post about tanning blogs which now includes SunIsLife.com. The author of SunIsLife.com is Joe Shuster, one of the real veterans and educators within the
#WorldVitaminDDay – Every year on 2 November, the World Vitamin D Day is observed to remind us about the importance of Vitamin D. Observed, not “celebrated”, because 90% of us has no reason to celebrate our levels of vitamin D. We do, however, have a lot of reasons to observe our Vitamin D, not one
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?”.
How are Sunshine, Russia and the Bilderberg group connected? The Western mainstream media are vilifying both sunshine and Russia. Without any real proof (or with the help of made up proof), both Russia and sunshine are blamed of being aggressive and dangerous. The Bilderberg group is the secret assembly created by the architects of a New
Can whales really teach us something about tanning and anti-aging? Are you are like a blue whale or more like a sperm whale in your approach to suntanning? The different way that those two whale-species react to UV-exposure might help scientists to find new anti-aging remedies. It can also teach you the best approach to
Melanoma, the most deadly skin-cancer, does not occur from too much sun. That is the conclusion from an article at Mercola.com, the World's #1 Natural Health Website. The studies examined in the article confirms that what I have been writing about in my previous posts and in my video about 30-years of sun-scare, are the
Vitamin D deficiency – how fast? [gplus count=”true” size=”Medium” ] Been on a sunny vacation? Got a nice tan? Think you are above the level for Vitamin D deficiency? Yes, maybe you are, IF you tanned like described in my previous post “Do you know how to tan?”. Unfortunately most people still adhere to the
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.
Other Diseases Related Positively or Negatively to Sun Exposure and Estimating the Incidence of Deadly Diseases Associated with a Lack of Sun Exposure In Chapter 2 and 3 of “Embrace the Sun,” the authors, Marc Sorenson, and Bill Grant cover (in Chapter 2) which maladies are commonly associated with being exposed to sunlight and (in
If the risk of melanoma makes you avoid sun-exposure, here are some news for you. Are you worried about melanoma? Scared of being in sunlight and take all kind of precautions to reduce your risk? Maybe you already are a victim and have had a lesion cut out? In any case, you are not the