Sun block’s the killer, not the sun

According to a June 2014 article featured inThe Independent(UK), a major study conducted by researchers at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden found that women who avoid sunbathing during the summer are twice as likely to die as those who sunbathe every day.
The epidemiological study followed 30,000 women for over 20 years and “showed that mortality was about double in women who avoided sun exposure compared to the highest exposure group.”
Researchers concluded that the conventional dogma, which advises avoiding the sun at all costs and slathering on sunscreen to minimize sun exposure, is doing more harm than actual good.
That’s because overall sun avoidance combined with wearing sunscreen effectively blocks the body’s ability to produce vitamin D3 from the sun’s UVB rays, which is by far the best form of vitamin D.
In the USA, vitamin D deficiency is at epidemic levels. Ironically, vitamin D deficiency can lead to aggressive forms of skin cancer. A ground-breaking 2011 study published inCancer Prevention Research suggests that optimal blood levels of vitamin D offers protection against sunburn and skin cancer.

Additionally, vitamin D protects the body from diseases like multiple sclerosis, rickets (in the young), tuberculosis, inflammatory bowel disease, type 1 diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease, rheumatoid arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus and Sjogren’s syndrome.
According to the Vitamin D Council, researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham recently reported that “lack of sun exposure may lead to cognitive decline over time.”

A dissident dermatologist

Bernard Ackerman, MD, (deceased 2008) was one of the world’s foremost authorities on the subject of skin cancer and the sun, sunscreens and melanoma skin cancer risks.
Below are Ackerman’s views excerpted from an article inThe New York Times(July 20, 2004), titled “I BEG TO DIFFER; A Dermatologist Who’s Not Afraid to Sit on the Beach”:
The link between melanoma andsunexposure (dermatology’s dogma) is unproven.There’s no conclusive evidence that sunburns lead to cancer.There is no real proof that sunscreens protect against melanoma.There’s no proof that increased exposure to the sun increases the risk of melanoma.
A2000 Swedish studyconcluded that higher rates of melanoma occurred in those who used sunscreen versus those who did not.


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3 Responses to “Sun block’s the killer, not the sun”

  1. The desert veterans who were sunburnt
    for several years during ww2 showed lower skin cancer rates. Due to adequate vitamin D.
    There are over 100 cancer causing chemicals in sun block.

  2. Anonymous says:

    This blog has told of the harrasment suffered by whsitleblowers in the past from fake emails from them admitting they are frauds, homosexuals and liars, the latest is mass emails telling that chris spivey has died,
    this crap is offensive and a total lie, but i have had contact with several whistleblowers and one who helped break the news that mossad was behind the 7/7 london bombing just days afterwards, stil cannot leave his home, so neurotic has he become of threats attacks on his home etc.
    If you know any whistleblowers please check they are doing OK

  3. Anonymous says:

    We can avoid using sunblock but it’s the chemtrails blocking out the sun we need to do something about.
    We have not had 1 clear blue sky this year. The trails are getting worse

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