Here it is folks, the more morning, afternoon, and evening sunlight (w/o burning) you get the less human disease – period, end of the story. Now, the exact opposite is true. The less morning, afternoon, and evening sunlight you get, the more there is potential for disease – of all types. Rule #1 – don’t get sunburnt. Rule #2 – there is no such thing as too much sun as long as you follow rule #1. Watch the interview of Alexander Wunsch, at the bottom, to learn more about light.
Mother Nature is all about simplicity. Why do humans make things so complicated?
“Choice not chance determines your destiny.” Aristotle
Long-term occupational exposure (being outside in the sun without getting sunburnt) to ultraviolet B radiation (mid-day sunshine) is inversely associated with breast cancer risk. Longer duration of exposure, highest cumulative exposure inversely linked to risk after age 50 years
Vitamin D and breast cancer: A systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies – Conclusion: 25(OH)D deficiency was directly related to BC while total vitamin D and supplemental vitamin D intakes had an inverse relationship with this outcome.
Recently, a pooled analysis of 25 studies showed that lower vitamin D levels were associated with higher Breslow thickness and mortality rates in patients with melanoma96. Several studies suggested that higher vitamin D levels may confer a better prognosis from melanoma including Breslow thickness30,97. UV exposure has also been reported to be associated with a better prognosis and survival rate in several cancers sites98, and some authors proposed that these may include melanoma99,100, which could be explained by UV exposure–induced high serum levels of vitamin D and lead to a better prognosis. Holiday sun exposure before melanoma diagnosis has been reported to be associated with lower thickness and the exposure after melanoma diagnosis was also associated with reducing melanoma recurrence101. Furthermore, increasing evidence has been suggested that circulating levels of vitamin D may play a protective role against several types of cancer such a bladder102 and colorectal103. Also, a recent pooled analysis of two randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and a prospective cohort found that higher 25(OH)D levels were inversely associated with breast cancer risk with levels ≥ 60 ng/ml ((≥ 150 nmol/L) being most protective 104. 25-Hydroxyvitamin D status, vitamin D intake, and skin cancer risk: a systematic review and dose–response meta-analysis of prospective studies
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