Sensible Sun Exposure Can Help Prevent Melanoma, Breast Cancer, and Hundreds of Other Health Problems

Exposure to sunlight increases nitric oxide production in your body, which lowers blood pressure and benefits your cardiovascular system. According to researchers, this benefit alone may outweigh the potential skin cancer risk. Vitamin D from sensible sun exposure appears essential in preventing 16 different types of cancer, including melanoma, and a host of other health problems like diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia, fractures, and infections.

Healthier Alternatives to the Seasonal Flu Vaccine: Garlic, Zinc, and Vitamin D

By Dr. Mercola

The cold and flu season got off to an early start this year in the US, and everywhere you turn, you’ve undoubtedly seen ads and media reports urging you to get the flu vaccine.

Meanwhile, scientific reviews by the independent Cochrane Database published last fall again refuted pervasive “expert” health and media claims that […]

The Futility of Pharma-based Alzheimer’s Research

by Alliance for Natural Health

Behind a dangerous new test approved by the FDA is a new drug by the same company. Meanwhile, new research offers better natural solutions.

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved a new test from Eli Lilly & Co that detects the presence of proteins in the brain that have […]

Cholesterol and Vitamin D are Crucial for Pregnant Women

By Dr. Stephanie Seneff
Just about everyone in America is convinced of two well-established tenets for how to live a long and healthy life:

Eat a low-fat diet
Avoid the damaging rays of the sun

My goal in this essay is to convince you that these two tenets, […]

The Simple Cancer Cure That Has Been Known for Quite a While Now

What if a cure for cancer has been right here all along? What if the very agency charged with protecting your health is the one keeping you from that cure? Ten years ago a former New York State assemblyman, Daniel Haley, wrote a scathing exposé on how the Federal Drug Administration (FDA) systematically shuts the door on effective and non-toxic products, many for cancer.

FDA tells consumers it’s OK to put toxic substances on their skin, and advises them to avoid natural sunlight

by Alliance for Natural Health
After thirty-three years of deliberation, the FDA tells consumers it’s OK to put toxic substances on their skin, and advises them to avoid natural sunlight!
The US Food and Drug Administration last week issued a final rule on the labeling of sunscreen products. The regulation says that sunscreen products which pass the […]

Vitamin D Lowers Blood Pressure

by Dr. Mercola
Research has recently found that vitamin D has a protective effect against arterial stiffness and impaired blood vessel relaxation.
Study participants with reduced levels of vitamin D had increased arterial stiffness and vascular function impairment. However, among those whose vitamin D levels were normalized over a six month period, vascular health improved and […]

Why U.S. health authorities are keeping you vitamin D deficient and who stands to gain

by John Cannell MD
(NaturalNews) Dr. Anne Looker and colleagues at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently made vitamin D legend, Professor Hector DeLuca of University of Wisconsin (…), and certain folks at big pharma very happy with her widely-reported analysis of the vitamin D status of Americans. Using definitions of deficiency straight from […]

HEALTHY HABIT: Treating hypertension naturally

By Dr. Neetu Dhiman – Richmond Review


Vitamin D levels: Vitamin D is a simple inexpensive way to decrease risk for hypertension. Vitamin D blocks the uptake of cholesterol by certain cells of the body. Vitamin D functions to reduce inflammation, optimize insulin levels, and reduce calcification and hardening of the […]

What Dose of Oral Vitamin D Do You Need to Prevent Cancer?

by Dr. Mercola
Researchers have found that daily intakes of vitamin D by adults in the range of 4000-8000 IU are needed to maintain blood levels of vitamin D metabolites in the range needed to reduce by about half the risk of breast cancer, colon cancer, multiple sclerosis, and type 1 diabetes.
While an Institute of […]