A New Canadian study has Shown that Sun-Bed Exposure over 12 weeks in winter, Raises peoples Vitamin D levels To Summer time Values!
Vitamin D scientists recommend to maintain an optimal vitamin D blood level between 100-150 nmol/L. This is approximately 4,000 IU per day to reach this level. UV exposure to skin is best for producing Vitamin D. A sun bed can produce up to 10,000 IU in just one session!
The UV index in Canada is very low in the winter, so naturally vitamin D levels decrease during this time. A Canadian study finds Sun-Beds can be as beneficial as the sun for increasing vitamin D levels!
Professors of medicine Robert P.Heaney, Reinhold Vieth, and Michael F. Hollick speak out: “The most natural way to make vitamin D, is to expose our skin to the sun. A sure way to know that you are producing vitamin D, is when you see your skin start to tan. Sun beds are used as an … View post Experts Speak Out on Sunlight
Dr David Jockers, Dr of Natural Medicine says that Vitamin D might be the most powerful nutrient for stopping cancer cell production. Vitamin D significantly reduces risk of breast, lung, pancreatic, bladder, prostate, and colon cancer. Vitamin D helps to slow down cancer growth and inhibits the formation of tumours. It also decreases the potential … View post How Vitamin D Stops Cancer Formation