Friday, May 26, 2017

The Sun Doesn’t Cause Skin Cancer, But Sunscreen Does!

Health Nut News | May 26, 2017 | Erin Elizabeth

We love the sunshine. We love the sun. We love vitamin D. We understand the sun and the many benefits it provides are NOT the enemy and not to be feared. Responsible sun use doesn’t cause cancer. But, what if the sunscreen you are fearfully slathering on, does. (But not all sunscreen, click here to see the 2016 recommendations.)

Sunscreen does more harm than good and not just because it’s full of toxic chemicals; you need vitamin D to prevent cancer, and sunscreen may interfere with your ability to absorb the vitamin from the sun.

According to Andreas Moritz, a lack of sunshine causes skin cancer. Watch below as he explains why being in the sun is actually good for you and your skin.



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