- Send breast cancer into remission.
By using sunbathing alongside whole foods, the American physician Dr. Zane Kime was able to cure his patients. Even in terminal cases, Dr. Kime was able to completely reverse the metastasized cancer.
- Kill bad bacteria.
Since WWI, the German soldiers have been using sunlight to disinfect and heal wounds. This healing property of the sun was discovered by the Nobel Prize winner, Niels Finsen in 1903.
- Treating skin disorders.
Sunlight has been shown to help treat skin disorders such as psoriasis, acne, eczema and fungal infections of the skin.
- Lowering cholesterol.
The sun converts high cholesterol in the blood into steroid hormones and the sex hormones we need for reproduction. In the absence of sunlight, the opposite happens; substances convert to cholesterol.
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- Cleanse the blood and blood vessels.
Medical literature published in Europe showed that people with atherosclerosis (hardened arteries) improved with sun exposure.
- Lowering blood pressure.
Studies have shown that even short amounts of exposure to the sun can help people with high blood pressure get these levels down to a healthier state.
- Increase oxygen content in the blood.
Exposure to sunlight seems to enhance the body’s capacity to deliver oxygen to the tissues,similar to the effects of exercise. The sun has a great effect on stamina, fitness and muscular development.
- Builds the immune system.
The white blood cells, which increase with sun exposure, are called lymphocytes, and these play a major role in defending the body against infections.
- Promotes growth in children, especially babies.
Many cultures throughout history have recognized this fact. Studies have shown the amount of sun exposure in the first few months has an effect on how tall the person grows.
- Sunlight can cure depression.
Sunlight deprivation can cause a condition called seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a form of depression. It is more common in winter months, but also common in people who work long hours in office buildings.
Exposure to the sun should be done SLOWLY! If you are not used to the sun, then your skin will be more sensitive to it. Avoid sunburn by building up your tolerance SLOWLY.