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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 is really important, vitamin D, because we are now having a vitamin D deficiency because of all the SPF. “And I think being happy and smiling and laughing a lot.”
Note that she is saying “this is going to sound so silly”. That's how far the sun-avoidance propaganda has taken her and most others. The truth is that being afraid of sunshine is silly (and stupid). Jennifer is very clever to get her vitamin D in the most natural way, by sunshine. But what to do during the winter when the sun is not there to send us its wonderful and life-giving UVB-rays? Then we go to an indoor tanning salon. Two 10-15-minute sessions a week is enough to see us through the winter with a good level of vitamin D which will help to keep the flu away (better than any vaccine-shots). Click this link to get all details of how to use a tanning bed for vitamin D. But first, you can enjoy watching Jennifer Aniston taking a swim and “Just Go With It” … Now, that is my kind of girl! Why do you think Jennifer and other movie-stars thinks it “silly” to admit that tanning can be healthy? Or can you give some other examples of starts with a tan (and I don't mean fake)? Answer in the comments below …

6 thoughts on “Jennifer Aniston: “Going In The Sun Is Important””

  1. Thankyou For this Great Information 🙂 I love to Go to Sunshine. your Blog is Really Nice.

    merry Christmas…!

  2. Hi,
    yes,totally agree with you that vitamin D is important for Human.
    your article really motivating us for better health and lifestyle.

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