Tuesday, April 5, 2011

The Suns::::Effortless Health Benefits☼☼☼☼☼☼☼☼

T­he sun warms our planet every day, provides the light by which we see and is absolutely necessary for life on Earth. But if you know like I or many know, it's much deeper than that. Most people do whatever they can to shield themselves from the powerful sun rays and heat from the sun. When there is no sun people are unhappy and when there is too much sun people are unhappy. Some scientists believe that increased exposure to sunlight (and the vitamin d related to such exposure) may in fact decrease your chances of developing cancer .

Vitamin E is an essential nutrient the human body needs to function normally. The term vitamin E actually represents a group of substances, the most important (to the human body) being alpha-tocopherol. Alpha-tocopherol compounds are chemical compounds of which many have vitamin E activity and describes a series of organic compounds consisting of various methylated phenols. The main sources of vitamin E in the diet are vegetable oils (especially safflower oil, sunflower oil, and cottonseed oil), green leafy vegetables, nuts, cereals,wheat germ, and whole wheat products. Vitamin E deficiency is rare and occurs almost exclusively in people with an inherited or acquired condition that impairs their ability to absorb this vitamin...

Lets keep it simple. Overexposure to anything is a health risk, but scientist have proven that 30 minute intervals under the suns rays is a healthy way to absorb vitamin E and protect yourself against prostate, bladder, and colorectal cancer. Vitmamin E bolsters the immune system.

Vitamin E is also used to protect against the effects of pollution and lessens the risk for cataracts. Wow...Sun exposure lessens the risk of cataracts...who woulda thought? Be well...Guidance foreva!

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