Thursday, November 23, 2017
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Wear a Sunscreen – Yes or No? “Being an Esthetician (Skin Care Specialist) for 20 years, I always recommended using a sunscreen for people in the sun  for long periods of time. Today, there is more evidence of maybe why you would not want to use sunscreens on a daily basis, or if you do, which kind is best. You have to decide.”  – Sheri Goddard The debate about sunscreens rages on. Dermatologists advise slathering up every day. Nutritionists and holistic doctors advise sun exposure to get vitamin D. Some even say sunscreens cause cancer, and a disturbing study showed that... (Read More ...)

According to a Study – What Vitamin D Can Do Current government recommendations of 400 or 600 international units (IU) of vitamin D a day are insufficient to prevent serious diseases like breast cancer, a new study published in the journal Anticancer Research has found. Researchers from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine and Creighton University (CU) School of Medicine discovered that when much higher doses of vitamin D are taken daily, the risks associated with developing several major diseases are reduced by about half. “We found that daily intakes of... (Read More ...)

Vitamin D Can Help Prevent Certain Cancers New research shows if women in the United States had optimal levels of Vitamin D, thousands of cases of breast cancer could be prevented every year! Did you know, according to thefitbay.com, Vitamin D can prevent certain cancers as prostate, breast, ovarian and colorectal cancers?  It also helps support the immune system and protects the bones. A blood test is what is needed to find out your levels of Vitamin D.  Today the healthy range is considered to be 32-100 mg/ml.  ( Take note that a normal level is much different from an optimal level.) Dr Northup... (Read More ...)