Vitamin D is vital for your health. But how can you get vitamin D naturally from the sun without the risk of skin damage or skin cancer? Find out!
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0:00 Introduction: Is sun exposure bad for your health?
0:25 Our natural defenses against the sun
1:10 The sun and skin damage
4:03 Benefits of vitamin D
5:20 How to protect against sun damage and skin cancer
7:00 How to make natural sunscreen
7:40 Understanding infrared radiation
9:03 Learn more about melatonin!
Let’s talk about how you can get vitamin D without taking supplements and without the risks of skin damage from the sun.
Melanin is a pigment in our skin that helps block UV radiation. If you have darker skin, you have more melanin—if you have lighter skin, you have less melanin. The more melanin you have, the more natural protection you have against UV radiation.
Letting your skin burn in the sun can cause skin damage and increase your risk for skin cancer. Chronic exposure to UV radiation can decrease your vitamin A, alter your DNA, and create free radical damage.
However, if you can expose yourself to sunlight without sunburn, you can decrease your risk of cancer.
Nineteen thousand genes in your body require vitamin D. Vitamin D is essential to decrease your risk of viral infections, autoimmune diseases, depression, and high blood pressure.
Ways to help protect against sun damage and skin cancer naturally:
• Consume foods high in vitamin C
• Consume foods rich in vitamin E
• Get plenty of folate, niacin, and magnesium
• Do fasting
• Get on a low-carb diet
You can also try homemade sunscreen if you frequently get a lot of sun exposure. Here is a fantastic DIY sunscreen recipe.
• 1/4 cup coconut oil
• 1/4 cup olive oil
• 1/4 cup sesame oil
• 2 Tbsp zinc oxide (non-nano)
Mix all ingredients and apply the natural sunblock to your skin—it’s that simple!
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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps explain how to get vitamin D from the sun without the risk of skin cancer. I’ll see you in the next video.
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