Handling The Sun And Sunburn Naturally


Do our bodies need vitamins every day?

Is vitamin D stored in the body?

Why is vitamin D often called the “forgotten vitamin.”?

How do we get Vitamin D from the sun’s rays?

Is it possible to get too much Vitamin D?

Can we get vitamin D from food instead of the sun?

All your answers are in this fantastic book.

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Do our bodies need vitamins every day?

Is vitamin D stored in the body?

Why vitamin D is often called the “forgotten vitamin.”

How do we get Vitamin D from the sun’s rays?

Is it possible to get too much Vitamin D?

Can we get vitamin D from food instead of the sun?

What is the relationship between vitamin D and having enough calcium in your body?

Can a lack of Vitamin D cause depression?

Can Vitamin D cure the “winter blues” also known as SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder)

Can we get Vitamin D from eating fish?

…and the answers to many more of your questions about the relationship between sunshine and the amount of Vitamin D in your body.

Learn How to Suntan Without Getting Cancer!

Get Enough Vitamin D!

It is obvious that you cannot get enough vitamin D without exposing yourself to some sunshine!

That is why in Handling Sun and Sunburn Naturally I tell you how, in plain, easy-to-understand, everyday language how to defend yourself against sunburn in all kinds of different situations!

This includes advice about –

How much you should cover up when you go outside

How to keep your vitamin D levels at healthy levels

How to understand when the rays from ultraviolet radiation are the most intense

The first warning sign that should tell you that you are about to get a sunburn

Why does everybody react to the sun in a different way

Why you absolutely must err on the side of caution even if you do not see the telltale flash of a sunburn immediately

What to do if you live in a very hot and sunny climate

How to handle the sun if your job requires that you work outside all the time

Why do some people have more resistance to the sun than others

How to tell from your eye color and skin coloring whether or not you are more vulnerable to burning

How your ancestry and country of origin might affect how you react to the sun

Why cold temperatures can be dangerous when it comes to feeling a potential sunburn coming on

How snow can cause you to suffer extreme sunburn

How pollution has made our exposure to harmful ultraviolet rays worse

When it is a good idea to stay out of the sun

How you can use an umbrella to protect your skin

How cool sea breezes can prevent you from feeling a sunburn when you are sailing or doing water sports

Why cyclists are in more danger than most people of getting a sunburn

Why you can still get a dangerous burn even if you are sitting in the shade

How to avoid getting a sunburn on your neck (a common occurrence for many people even if they are wearing a hat!)

Why it is a good idea to wear sunglasses

How being dehydrated from the heat can also make you more susceptible to sunburn

Why building up your exposure to the sun gradually might offer protection from sunburn

What antibiotics and over the counter drugs can make you more susceptible to the sun

How eating a diet that is poor in nutrients and vitamins can affect your resistance to the sun

Why eating fish might protect you from the bad effects of the sun

How to use garlic to reduce your sun sensitivity

How to avoid herbs and food that might actually increase your potential to be sunburned

How increasing your immune system can help you fight the adverse effects of the sun

Where to find special clothing brands that manufacture garments that are specifically designed to protect you from the sun

…and other practical non-toxic prevention methods and solutions for avoiding sunburns and the terrible consequences of repeatedly “frying” your skin.

Do You Know What Toxic Stuff is In Your Sunscreen?

Sometimes the Cure is Worse Than the Disease!

In Handling the Sun and Sunburn Naturally I also help you take a good hard look at a very important issue to do with tanning and U.V. exposure and that is the number of toxic chemicals that are in sun protectant products!

As you may know, every commercially produced sun protection cream, spray, lotion, or gel that you apply to your skin to protect against the sun has an SPF number attached to it. This is short for Sun Protection Factor.

This SPF number gives you some kind of indication of how much protection you can expect if you use it properly.

In Handling the Sun and Sunburn Naturally I help you investigate sun protection substances more closely including…

How to tell the difference between a sunscreen and a sunblock solution

What constitutes a true ultraviolet block as an ingredient in a sunscreen

How to tell if a sun protectant is going to sit on your skin or be absorbed by it

How a chemical ultraviolet block works on the skin and why some types of blocking agents are not healthy for you

How to understand an SPF number

Why SPF 12 is an important number to understand before you buy a product

How to use the SPF number on a sun protectant product to calculate how many minutes you can safely stay in the sun

How to recognize products that protect against both UVA and UVB light

How to recognize products that contain toxic ingredients

Why the titanium dioxide found in many sunblocks could be very dangerous for your health

How recent research has shown that sunblocks and sunscreens might actually cause cancer instead of preventing it

Where to find information online about various sun protectants

Why do you need to be suspicious of some “organic” sunblocks and sunscreens

All your answers are in this amazing book.


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