Is it possible major anti-melanoma campaigns are all about selling a product?
Proper vitamin D levels can be obtained through a balance of sun exposure and supplements. If you live in the U.S. North of Virginia you may need more than others due to the strength of the sun, especially during the winter months. Investigative journalist, Ian Wishart joins us to dispel the industry claims of the necessity of sunscreen and what proper levels of vitamin D are if you wish to ward off cancer and other debilitating diseases.
[1:52] What is going on with Vitamin D
[3:26] Vitamin D intake reduces the risk of cancer, Alzheimer’s and dementia
[6:19] Campaigns have caused people to get less vitamin D in the last 30 years
[8:22] The purpose of Vitamin D in the body
[10:48] You are 3 times more likely to die from Melanoma by using sunscreen
[12:37] Random peer reviewed studies
[15:12] Most people in the Western World have insufficient vitamin D levels
[18:01] Harsh, infrequent doses of sun are worse than everyday exposure
[19:32] A balance of sun exposure and supplements
[22:22] Vitamin D has a major impact on preventative health