For over 30 yrs, the high priests of science have been telling us that the sun causes skin cancer.
“Cover up and make sure your children are cloaked from head to toe! Lather your skin with protective suntan lotion if you plan on going out in the sun”! We’ve all heard these scaremongering warnings repeated over and over again by “authority figures”.
In all of my personal experience, I’ve never seen well-watered plants, grass, trees, or other species destroyed or harmed by sunlight. I could never understand why sunlight would be so detrimental to us, when other species are not as negatively effected.
Just as plants, trees, etc require sunlight for healthy growth and maintenance, it only seems natural and logical that we also require sunlight in order to maintain good health. We all know that we use sunlight to make vitamin D in our skin. And this vitamin is an important element in maintaining good health.
As noted in an article on the Natural News webpage, “unfortunately, most people have low levels of Vitamin D, leaving them at higher risk for a host of diseases including breast cancer, prostate cancer, bowel cancer, cervical cancer, rickets and osteoporosis”.
According to the same article, “a 2009 study by a group of Leeds University researchers found that higher levels of Vitamin D were linked to improved skin cancer survival odds. Other studies have found that Vitamin D has a connection to a strong immune response in the body. In fact, Vitamin D may hasten the death of tumour cells”.
It is further noted that “…laying off the sunscreen may help you not only absorb sunshine into your skin to help fight tumours, but also helps you avoid the chemicals in most commercial sun blocking products”.
God willing, and as usual, I plan on doing a lot of sunbathing once again this year as I’ve done for many, many years. That is, if we ever get any sunshine on the East Coast of Canada. For the past month, it’s been mostly rain and/or overcast skies.
So, may the Creator-God bless us with lots of sunshine this coming summer. J
See the full Natural News article here. http://www.naturalnews.com/032533_sun_exposure_skin_cancer.html