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Raise your hand if you think sunlight causes skin cancer. For decades, doctors and the “cancer industry” have warned us to stay out of the “dangerous” sunlight and/or use plenty of sunscreen. But is this good advice?
Did you know Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, multiple sclerosis and autism? Vitamin D isn’t really a “true” vitamin, as we don’t need food to attain it. Natural sunlight allows our body to create vitamin D and even destroys excessive amounts. How does that happen? When the sun’s ultraviolet B (“UVB”) rays hit your skin, they trigger a precholesterol molecule (7-dehydrocholesterol), which is then turned into vitamin D3 (aka “cholecalciferol”).
The mechanisms by which vitamin D reduces the risk of cancer are fairly well understood. They include enhancing calcium absorption, inducing cell differentiation, increasing apoptosis (programmed cell death), reducing metastasis and proliferation, and reducing angiogenesis (formation of new blood vessels).
Researchers in Belgium appear to be the first to show that vitamin D also lowers C-reactive protein (CRP), a measure of inflammation in the body, in critically ill patients. CRP is elevated when there is inflammation in the body, and chronic inflammation is a risk factor for a number of conditions including coronary heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.
Research studies have shown a direct connection between vitamin D deficiency and heart disease. The authors of a 2006 article in the American Journal of Public Health state, after a review of more than 60 studies on vitamin D and Cancer, that cancer occurrence and death could be reduced with improved levels of vitamin D in the body. The incidence of breast cancer could be reduced by 50% and colon cancer by 80%!
And a June 2007 Creighton University School of Medicine study indicated that appropriate levels of vitamin D3 (and calcium) reduced the risk of cancer by a staggering 77%! A 2009 study by a group of Leeds University researchers actually found that higher levels of vitamin D were linked to improved skin cancer survival odds, while other studies have found that vitamin D has a connection to a strong immune response in the body.
Does Sunscreen Prevent Skin Cancer?
Don’t fall for the “sunscreen myth.” The idea that sunscreen prevents cancer is a myth promoted by a greedy “tag-team” effort between the “cancer industry” and the sunscreen industry. Sunlight is actually good for you (especially the UVB rays), and sunscreens filter out UVB! The main chemical used in sunscreens to filter out UVB is octyl methoxycinnamate (aka “OMC”) which has been shown to kill mouse cells even at low doses. Plus, it was also shown to be particularly toxic when exposed to sunshine. And guess what? OMC is present in 90% of sunscreen brands!
The most popular brands of sunscreens also contain other toxic chemicals (such as dioxybenzone and oxybenzone) that are absorbed through the skin where they enter the bloodstream, generate free radicals, wreak havoc on the immune system, damage the liver and the heart, and even promote systemic cancer. Titanium dioxide, another common ingredient in sunscreens, has been classified as “a potential occupational carcinogen” by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. If you want to use a natural sunscreen, try aloe vera gel. Also, we use Dr. Mercola’s “Natural Sunscreen with Green Tea” for the kiddos if we are going to be out in the sun for prolonged periods of time.
I am *NOT* saying that you should sit out in the sun until you’re red and crisp like a lobster! Burning will damage cellular DNA, which leads to cancer. If you’re pale as a ghost, you probably want to start out with just a few minutes in the sun each day. My wife, Charlene, can sit in the sun for an hour (or more) each day and not get burned. But you need to understand that antioxidants (in fruits and vegetables) and proper nutrition (specifically the B vitamins) will *prevent* sunburn.
Here’s a little trivia: the term “Red Neck” actually originated from the early American colonists (in the South) who would get sunburned necks during the summer. But their “red necks” were not just a result of being in the sun all day. They were a result of a nutritional deficiency. You see, the colonists didn’t understand how to properly process corn like the American Indians did. The Indians processed corn using potash (which is highly alkaline) that makes the B vitamins in corn available for assimilation during digestion. But the American settlers (too arrogant to follow the food preparation ways of the Indian “savages”) would simply grind up their corn and consume it as corn flour (corn meal).
This resulted in vitamin B deficiencies, which (when coupled with too much sun exposure) would result in their “red necks.” By the way, the nutritional deficiency link to sunburn has been supported with multiple studies, including a study published in the 2004 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
In light of the fact that the best place to get vitamin D is natural sunlight *AND* the fact that vitamin D deficiency can lead to cancer, diabetes, and numerous other life threatening diseases, the warning to “stay out of the sun” is completely irrational! And despite the importance of vitamin D, it’s estimated that over 50% of the U.S. population is vitamin D deficient. During the summer, my family tries to lie out in the sun for at least 30 minutes, four to five times per week, to obtain sufficient vitamin D to stay healthy and strong.
However, in the fall and winter time, you’ll need a good vitamin D3 supplement. But take note that most vitamin D supplements are virtually worthless. Here’s why: The vitamin D in milk and in most vitamin supplements is vitamin D2 and is synthetic. Vitamin D2 is also called “ergocalciferol.” It is not the form of vitamin D that you need to prevent cancer and degenerative diseases. The form of vitamin D which you need is vitamin D3 (“cholecalciferol”) and, as I mentioned above, it is produced from the UVB rays in sunlight.
“Dynamic Duo” – Vitamin D3 + K2
Did you know that “dynamic duos” exist throughout American culture? Like Batman and Robin … Frodo and Sam … Bert and Ernie … Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid …
Oh yeah, let’s not forget … Maverick and Goose …. 😉
And there’s an important nutritional “dynamic duo” you need to know about!
The reality is that some nutrients do better with a “wing man,” and when combined, there’s a potent synergy. In other words, the sum is greater than the parts. Most nutrients don’t fly solo: they interact, join forces, and jockey for position on metabolic pathways.
One of our favorite nutritional “dynamic duos” is vitamin D + vitamin K. According to the NIH, “Vitamins D and K are both fat-soluble vitamins and play a central role in calcium metabolism. Vitamin D promotes the production of vitamin K-dependent proteins, which require vitamin K for carboxylation in order to function properly.”
When supplementing, it’s important to combine D3 with K2, to ensure maximum efficiency of the D3 you’re taking in.
<< Learn more about the Vitamin D3 + K2 supplement that we take every day >>
Editor’s Note: This article was initially published in 2017 and has been updated in 2022.
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If I could add to this informative article it would be that coconut oil is wonderful on your skin after time in the sun. Put it on especially if you get too much sun as it seems to prevent a sunburn.
Hello, I have tried this and it really does seem to work, thank you
CLIVE NURCOMBE says
Yes virgin coconut oil has an official 9 SPF rating and is fantastic for the health of your skin.
John B says
My understanding is that the particular sun rays needed to stimulate the skin only penetrates the atmosphere when the sun is at least at a 50 degree angle to the horizon. In Vancouver that only occurs approximately May to August, reaching a zenith at 1:10pm. The rest of the year it apparently is not possible to get any vitamin D benefit from any amount of exposure to the sun….good reason to go south.
Lee L says
I’ve had melanoma…stage 1, been clear for almost 6 years. Does your article still hold true if you’ve already had skin cancer?
Meijer milk says it has vitamin D3. Has anyone seen D2 on milk lately?
Even in Winter, if I am at home I go into our garden to get my share of the sunshine . Newer used suntan lotion .
Stephen Crouse says
Thanks for the article. Are you sure about the statement “The vitamin D in milk and in most vitamin supplements is vitamin D2”?
Also, in reading the following article in order to analyze that statement, it looks like the D in milk is 3. There’s also a question due to: “Excess intake of vitamin D can also be harmful, elevating calcium levels in the blood (hypercalcemia).” https://www.fda.gov/food/ingredientspackaginglabeling/foodadditivesingredients/ucm510522.htm
GERI CONGEMI says
Are you sure about using Dr. Mercola’s Natural Sunscreen with Green Tea? It has Titanium dioxide as an ingredient which this article mentions has been classified as “a potential occupational carcinogen.” The article was published in 2015, perhaps you have some updates regarding this issue?
Maggi Flett says
I just read that ” Dr. Mercola’s Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 30 is a higher-protection formula safe for both adults and kids. This zinc oxide-based formula contains 20% zinc oxide and no titanium dioxide. Plus, it provides 40 minutes of water resistance between applications. “
Marina Edgar says
Love Ty and Charlene – everything is so concise and spot on – they do their homework and there is always a feeling of love and caring about their fellow human being in their work. Own both their major videos and wish them and their family and their team nothing but major God’s Blessings as they do this most important work for humanity, THANK YOU!! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!
Customer Support says
Thank you so much for your love and support, Marina.
We appreciate you so much! God bless you and your family! ❤️
Tony Cooper says
WOW did not know this ….
Sally Parker says
We also need to bear in mind that much of the sunlight is being blocked by geoengineering/solar radiation management programs, so is it even possible to get enough Vitamin D from the sun nowadays?? Also, you MUST make sure that if you supplement with Vitamin D (And even if you get it naturally from the sun), that you also have sufficient Magnesium levels and Vitamin K2, as these all work in sync together and Magnesium helps convert Vit D from it’s ‘stored’ form to it’s ‘active’ form.
Finally, you should also try and get your Vit D from your food and the best sources are from animal foods like eggs, butter, sardines, milk etc.
Isaac Ofori says
What about those of us in Africa -Ghana where the sunshine can be so excessive ? Is that one also harmful or good?
Customer Support says
Hi Isaac –
Thanks for your comment.
We believe it’s always best to observe appropriate moderance as some helpful things can become harmful if taken in excess – the sun included. 🙂
Here are some articles where you can learn more in-depth about how to take in the benefits of the sun:
Hope this helps. Please let us know if we can assist with anything else.
Blessings and love!
Research geoengineering and chemtrails; the white lines sprayed into the sky all over the world.
The lines turn into “clouds” or a white sky, blocking vitamin D, putting aluminum and barium plus other toxins into the air (which end up in the air, soil, food, water). There is lots more to this issue.
You may assume you are getting vitamin D now but they are blocking it from us because it is so healthy and beneficial. Look in the sky, see the lines sprayed right in front of the sun especially first thing in the morning. Natural, God given sun is a healer but they are blocking that. Purchase the best absorbable Vitamin D3 supplement you can as the alternative. namaste’, rachel
Susan M King says
I regularly take Vitamin D3, although not as much in the summer as I am outside quite a bit without any sunscreen. Over the years of supplementing I’ve gotten my blood measured D3 level up to 70. I have noticed over the last several years that I don’t get sunburned as easily or quickly as I used to. I get pink after about 2 hours in direct, hot sunlight. I have wondered if the higher levels of D3 as measured by blood test are somehow protective against sunburn. Any thoughts or knowledge on this?
What brand of vitamin D3 do you suggest? My son 14 is low in vitamin D3
Customer Service says
Hello Denada, the brand we have researched and recommend is Purathrive Vitamin C. Here is the link of where you can order it in case it isn’t available in your area:
Thank you so much for reaching out!
This link is for Vit C , what vitamin D supplements do you recommend? I just found out I’m insufficient in Vit D
Hello, they asked for a brand of Viramin D3 and you gave them a brand of Vitamin C …. not the same thing. My brother, an acupuncturist and one who uses and researches supplements, recommends Biotechnology D3-5, which is 5,000 IT’S, 1 or 2 per day, depending on how deficit you are. And D3-50, if you are ill, taken with K2, magnesium and a silica also.
I tried a lot of suggestions, D, other sups., etc. Cancer is back. 2 years to live. Disgusted.
Linda, get yourself some copies of Anthony William’s (medical medium) books. He has the best advice on how to beat cancer and also how to prevent it from returning.
Best of luck to you <3
Great article. I supplement with Sports Research D3 with K2. 5000 iu/day. Be sure to take K2 along with your D3 supplement!!
Silvia Logan says
Would vitamin D3 supplements be able to absorb better in your body if you take vitamin K2 together? Does taking those two supplements together help you fight against cancer?
So is there a better supplement than other for D3 and can you over do it if you get huge doses? I hear it’s bad to high too much.
One correction should be made in this equation. While it is true that D7 does contribute to the formation of D3. But D3 is not also know as cholecalciferol! It is the opposite – cholecalciferol has been approved by our FDA to be called D3. Why is this important? Because cholecalciferol is a rat poison as per the manufacturer, Merck. So don’t think D7 will contribute to the formation of rat poison, right? So be careful about the semantics of these terms. And be careful about your choice to take D3 as a supplement. Really want to ingest rat poison and do you really think that even in small amounts it will be ok? Try to explain that to all the folks out there currently suffering from D3 damage.
I’ve been taking D3, 5000 IU for several years. I asked my doctor to include it in my lab work to see what my level was and for the last 6 months, it’s been too high. He told me to stop taking it altogether for a month then switch to 400 iu for daily use. I can’t remember what the danger was in it being too high but I’ve never seen any warnings anywhere not to take too much.
I am getting emails saying the Covid-19 is not any worse than other pandemics, and back then they never had drugs companys giving people vaccine to stop the pandemic, they just used basic health practice to get over it. It has been said this pandemic is a Vitamin D deficiency pandemic all it did is kill off a few people in very poor health, Today we are all told to keep away from sun-skin-strike, it is not the sun-skin-strike that gives skin cancer, it is when the sun reacts with bad fats below the skin that gives skin cancer, and today everyone is eating food packed with bad fats.