SUNLIGHT

 

Adequate sunlight on your body will lower your respiratory rate, and will cause your breathing to be slower, deeper, and even easier. Your resting heart rate will decrease, and after exercise it will return to normal much more quickly. Sunlight increases the capacity of the blood to carry more oxygen and take it to your body tissues. Even a single exposure to the ultraviolet light in sunlight will greatly increase the oxygen content of your blood. And this effect will continue for several days. Bronchial asthma patients, who could hardly breathe, were able to inhale freely after a sunbath. (The Eight Laws of Health, Harvestime Books)

When the sun hits the skin, it converts cholesterol into a pro-hormone which influences the entire body as there is a receptor for vitamin D in every type of human cell, from your brain to your bones. Vitamin D is a steroid hormone that stimulates the Vitamin D receptors that is in the nucleus of cells that regulate what we know now as at least 200 human genes in a wide variety of tissues all of which helps to maintain normal body physiology. As pre-vitamin D is carried to the liver and undergoes a process of hydrolization from the liver then it goes to the kidney that activates it into a substance to forming the active vitamin D, which is 125-dyhydroxy vitamin D. Vitamin D also facilitates calcium absorption through the small intestines. It stimulates insulin secretion, retards insulin resistance, anti-cancer, immune modulating i.e. unless we have adequate stores of vitamin D the immune system will be hypo-functioning allowing individuals to get infections easily (viral, bacteria). The body produces certain compounds that act like antibiotics and antiviral agents it is getting from the sun. It enhances muscle mass and muscle strength, even the Heart muscle. Regularly spending even relatively short intervals of only 15 minutes or 45 minutes to 1½ hour a day in the sunlight allows your body to produce vitamin D, and having adequate vitamin D3 levels can drastically reduce your risk of colon and breast cancer. Breast, colon and lung cancer are strongly linked to vitamin D deficiency. Women who are vitamin D deficient have a 222% risk of developing breast cancer. The researchers, from the Moore’s Cancer Center at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), estimated that by increasing vitamin D3 levels, particularly in countries north of the equator, 250,000 cases of colorectal cancer, and 350,000 cases of breast cancer could be prevented worldwide. Sunshine has medicinal properties. Malachi 4:2 says “But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings…” It’s even in the scriptures. God has provided what we need for every situation, including health! Is that not amazing? Find out more through our lectures, workshops, trainings and some of the books we carry. Reach out to us, we’d be happy to address your group, congregation or your friends and family.

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