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Nanoparticles and Sunscreens with Vicki and Stacy Malkan

submitted by: admin on 04/22/2024
  Nanoparticles are tiny versions of chemicals. It is new technology and not studied for the impact on human health. They are very absorbable and used in many products. There is lots of marketing by commercial products to make us think they are good, but they can be dangerous, especially if put on our skin because they can go to our brains and organs,...

Nanoparticles: An Overview

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
  Nanoparticles are extemely small particles that can travel to parts of the body where normally they are not found. The safety and long term effects of these particles is unknown, but we're using them anyway! Titanium issues are discussed in terms of possible relationship to lung cancer. The safety tests are being done on the population at large....

Super Natural Home with Beth Greer Part V

submitted by: admin on 04/22/2024
Summer trips can be "green" and there are green hotels and camps for kids that are not only environmentally safe, but also offer healthy foods that are trans fat and high fructose corn syrup free. Airline food and water is generally not healthy; it is best bring your own snacks and to use bottled water. Natural sunscreens are another concern as most sunscreens...

UV Light, Melanoma, and Skin Cancer

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
There are three types of UV light, A, B, and C; they are reviewed. DNA damage from UV light is a concern and the dose makes the difference. UVA is the tanning ray and is responsible for tanning the skin; it does not burn. UVB and C penetrate deeper and can be a problem if we burn. We need UVB to make vitamin D. UVC light is filtered by the ozone layer and protects...

Vicki's Safe Skin Care Products

submitted by: admin on 06/17/2017
  Vicki Saputo, RN has researched safe cosmetics and skin care products for more than 20 years. Her personal list below consists of products she has researched, tested and recommends. Remember our skin is our body’s largest organ and more than 60% of what we put on our skin is absorbed into our blood stream. We don’t want to absorb hormone...

Vitamin D and Cancer

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
Dr. Grant explains the various forms of UV light and how they relate to cancer risk. UVA light penetrates deeply but most sunscreens don't block it and it is what causes melanoma; this actually increases the risk for melanoma! If you shadow is shorter than you are, UVB is present and will make it possible to make vitamin D. Vitamin D deficiency is linked...

Vitamin D and Safe Sun Exposure with Lani Simpson, DC

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
Sunlight is essential for life. UVB ray is what makes vitamin D. At this latitude we don't get much vitamin D, especially in the winter time. We cannot make vitamin D without cholesterol. Vitamin D deficiency is associated with 27 different cancers including melanoma!          

What You Need to Know About Sunscreens

submitted by: admin on 04/22/2024
  Beware of commercial sunscreens and use natural organic products. Commercial sunscreens absorb the UV rays and create free radicals. Stay away from chemical sunscreens that can be toxic and actually cause skin cancer, especially when exposed to the sun. Some commercial brands even become inactive when exposed to the sun. Stay away from products that...

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