Athlete’s Edge – Faster Quicker Stronger with Vitamin D

Is This The Best Book About Vitamin D Today?

Book review: “Athlete’s Edge – Faster Quicker Stronger with Vitamin D.” I’ve just finished reading (twice) the book “Athlete’s Edge – Faster Quicker Stronger with Vitamin D” by John Cannell. The author is the founder and executive director of the Vitamin D Council and what he doesn’t know about vitamin D is probably not worth

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Green Light For European Indoor Tanning?

Will Green Light Therapy Sunbeds Be Mandatory For European Indoor Tanning? The rumor about what will be in the new regulations for commercial indoor tanning within the European Community was leaked today, April 1st, from the working group in Brussels. One of the most revolutionary and interesting novelties in the new European sunbed rules is said to

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Bottled Sunlight Soon A Reality

Compressed sunlight in a bottle. It sounds like science fiction but soon it will be possible to bring the equatorial sunlight to any part of the world. A new and revolutionary invention by a small company in Iceland will make it possible to collect, compress and store sunlight on tubes similar to the UV-tanning lamps

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Reduce breast cancer with uv-light

Reduce the risk of breast-cancer with sunlight

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

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Vitamin-D The Original Source

How To Use UV Light For Vitamin D Synthesis

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

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No More #FAKENEWS About Sun Exposure. The President Signs Order

Today, April 1, 2019, President Trump signed an Executive Order making “Embrace the Sun” obligatory for medical students to study and follow. As always. President Trump announced his decision to the World with a tweet … The Tanning Guru's comment Unexpected, but about time sunshine gets the credit it deserves as the best prophylactic against

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Sources of Vitamin D

Sources Of Vitamin D

Sources of Vitamin D – which are the best? The seemingly magic benefits of Vitamin D for our health are well known by now . But which are the best and most natural sources of vitamin D? [UPDATE: Click HERE for advice on how to use tanning beds in tanning salons as your best sources

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World Vitamin D Day November 2nd

World Vitamin D Day – 2 November 2019

#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

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What Whales Can Teach Us About Tanning

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

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Melanoma Day: It’s Scary… But Not In The Way You Might Think

Melanoma Day: It’s Scary… But Not In The Way You Might Think The melanoma awareness month (or week/day) has become a new sign of that summer is approaching. In Europe, the organisation behind the Melanoma Day is Euromelanoma, which describes itself as: “a pan-European campaign for skin cancer prevention that aims to give information to

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