[Alert] IGNORE This Mainstream Health Advice
I’m used to being called a quack by now.
Any time your recommendations go against the mainstream’s ideology, they’re quick to try to discredit you.
Nevermind the fact that it’s all 100% backed by science.
Nevermind the fact that it works.
Case in point: It’s the number one thing I’m criticized for recommending.
Yet studies clearly show that it benefits practically every area of your health. It helps improve your mood, prevents osteoporosis, and lowers blood pressure.
It can even help you lose weight and lower your risk of cancer.
Here’s what you need to know.
It’s never made any sense to me that sunlight could be bad for you.
Your body needs sunlight to function. People who don’t spend time in the sun tend to be sicker and die earlier—and that’s not a coincidence.
And now, science is starting to validate this bit of common sense. Here are just six scientifically validated benefits of spending more time in the sun.
Feeling blue? Head outdoors!
Sunlight helps your brain release serotonin, a hormone that boosts your mood and helps you feel relaxed and calm.
On the other hand, lack of sunlight causes serotonin to drop and increases your risk of major depression and seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Spending time in the sun boosts your level of vitamin D, which is essential for strong, healthy bones because it helps your body process calcium.
That’s right.. Sunlight plays a major role in helping your body battle cancer. Studies consistently show that people who live in parts of the world that have less sunlight (those areas farther away from the equator) have higher cancer rates.
Helps Your Skin
Besides giving you a healthy glow, sunlight can help treat and improve skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema, jaundice, and acne. And that’s not just me saying that – it’s the World Health Organization!
Sunlight boosts vitamin D and T cells, which improves your immune system.
Improves Blood Pressure
Sunlight causes your body to release nitric oxide, which tells your blood vessels to relax… and lowers your blood pressure.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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