This Free “Treatment” Could Prevent Almost One Out of Three Cancer Deaths
May 20th, 2015 by Holly Cornish
Physicians in ancient Greece, Egypt, Rome, Babylon, Assyria, and Persia touted this treatment as “the best food and medicine in the world” … and they were right.
Not only does this treatment leave you glowing on the outside, it also keeps you healthy on the inside.
Nearly all your organs benefit. Your mood does too.
Here’s the real kicker … it’s free and readily available, so long as you know where to look …
Can You Survive Without Antibiotics?
The Golden Age of Antibiotics is over. For 60 years we have lived protected by these AMAZING drugs. Lives have been saved…
True, there have been complications, but that’s because of abuse, not because of the wonderful life-saving properties of antibiotics.
But it’s over: resistant strains are emerging like wildfire. Now there are dozens of deadly bacteria, some resistant to all known drugs.
You need to learn about alternatives. There are many safe, effective traditional remedies, which were eclipsed by antibiotics, but they worked then and will work now.
Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby, one of the world’s most advanced alternative MDs, has written a comprehensive guidebook detailing every single alternative to antibiotics. He’s backed-up every word with solid science.
You need to get this book and read it, NOW and discover how to survive in a world without antibiotics!
Heliotherapy – or sun therapy – uses direct, full-spectrum sunlight to heal and strengthen your body.
According to Alexander Wunsch, a German physician of holistic medicine and photobiology, we are “perfectly adapted to the radiation of the sun.”
But we don’t use this free, natural “radiation” nearly enough.
Sunlight wards off cancer – and other
health problems, too
Getting enough sunlight reduces your risk of getting cancer by more than half.
Researchers estimate that the sun could prevent 30% of cancer deaths … if we actually used it. That’s incredible – nearly one-third of cancer deaths could be prevented by something free.
Doctors scare you away from the sun by warning you about skin cancer. But dangerously low levels of vitamin D are just as destructive … and maybe more so. Meanwhile the risk of death by skin cancer is low (plus it’s by no means certain that sun exposure causes dangerous melanoma, as opposed to the nearly-harmless basal cell carcinomas.)
Normally, you get 90% of your vitamin D through sunlight and 10% through your diet, according to Dr. Ernest Severn of the Zenith Medical Clinic in Utah.
Sunbathing keeps you healthy – just be sensible about it and don’t roast yourself to a crisp.
Sunlight reduces your risk of prostate cancer. Plus, it increases your survival rate for prostate, breast, and other types of cancer.
Sunbathing also reduces your risk of heart attack, stroke, depression, and osteoporosis.
It lowers your blood pressure, regulates your blood sugar, normalizes your cholesterol, and boosts your white blood cell count, which helps you ward off disease and infection, according to Certified Nutritional Therapist Carla Hernandez.
Heliotherapy also helps heal acne, reduces body odor, kills bad bacteria, decontaminates blood transfusions, repairs your DNA, irradiates cancer patients’ blood, and cures neonatal jaundice.
How it works. . .
Among other things, sunlight boosts your immune system and reduces inflammation throughout your body.
Dr. Wunsch says sunlight gives your body the perfect combination of essential ingredients for optimal growth.
When ultraviolet B rays hit your skin, they prompt your body to produce vitamin D, which scientists have come to realize, in just the last few years, is a superlative disease fighter. Sunlight-generated vitamin D attaches to receptors throughout your entire body. It also influences 3,000 or more of your genes.
Vitamin D fights cancer in five unique ways:
1. Regulates genetic expression
2. Kills mutated cells
3. Keeps cancer cells from reproducing and spreading
4. Causes cells to become differentiated (cancer cells often lack differentiation)
5. Prevents dormant tumors from becoming cancerous
Heliotherapy helped these patients
get rid of cancer
In the 1970s, Dr. Zane Kime, an American physician, encouraged one of his breast cancer patients to sunbathe.
The 41-year-old woman had already undergone a mastectomy and chemotherapy. Still, her breast cancer had spread to her lungs and bones. She started sunbathing at Dr. Kime’s suggestion and within a few months she resumed work with no apparent symptoms of metastasized cancer.
During the summer of 1959, 15 cancer patients at Bellevue Medical Centre in New York spent as much time as they could outdoors without glasses or sunglasses. According to Dr. John Ott’s report, sunlight improved the patients’ conditions. He requested a more detailed research program, but it never materialized.
The Swiss specialist Dr. Auguste Rollier reported success treating Hodgkin’s disease (cancer of the lymph nodes, liver, and spleen) with heliotherapy.
Today, alternative health centers in the Swiss Alps and in Israel near the Dead Sea specialize in heliotherapy. Yet few American doctors use it.
Doctors at Baylor University Medical Center, Cancer Research Institutes, the University of Texas Health Science Center, and Heartland Healing Center in Nebraska take advantage of the healing power of sunlight. Yet, as far as we can learn, no prominent medical center in the United States puts heliotherapy at front and center of their protocol.
How much vitamin D do you actually need?
The Food and Drug Administration says you need 400 IUs of vitamin D every day. This recommendation is idiotic and misinformed. It is based on the false premise that vitamin D may be toxic at higher levels.
This tiny dose does nothing to protect you from cancer, heart disease, or infections.
The optimal amount of vitamin D is in dispute, but it’s most certainly in the thousands of IUs. No one concerned about his health should supplement with less than 2,000 IU per day, in my opinion, and I’m now taking 5,000 IU per day myself at the recommendation of my integrative M.D. Some doctors recommend as much as 8,000 IU per day!
The amount of vitamin D you can get from sun exposure depends on many factors: your skin color, where you live, the time of year, and the amount of time you spend in the sun. These variables make your vitamin D level unique to you. North of, say Georgia, it’s almost impossible to get enough vitamin D from sun exposure during the winter. Supplementation is essential.
On the other hand, at noon in July you need very little sun. As little as ten or fifteen minutes exposure a day will generate all the D you need.
To know exactly how much vitamin D you need, take a blood test. Healthy vitamin D blood levels are between 50 and 70 ng/ml, or even 70 to 100, important for fighting cancer or other diseases if they’ve conquered a beachhead in your body.
Don’t want to take a blood test? It’s not very accurate, but you can multiply your body weight by 35 IUs. This will give you a close rough estimate of your daily need. But still, individual differences make it impossible to predict exactly how much you need, unless you test and gauge by that. If you’re getting adequate sun, you may be able to cut down on the supplements. The blood test is the only way to know for sure.
Don’t worry about overdosing if you’re getting your Vitamin D directly from the sun. UV-B rays trigger your body to produce vitamin D. UV-A rays destroy any excess vitamin D circulating in your body. So full-spectrum sunlight automatically regulates your vitamin D levels.
It’s only with oral vitamin D supplements that there may be some risk of an overdose – and it’s my well-informed opinion that the risk is very slight. I’ve been observing the vitamin D research for years, and the safe amount to take orally keeps getting revised upward as enlightened doctors learn — contra the FDA — that the stuff is not some kind of poison.
Why you MUST get full-spectrum sunlight
On their own, UV-B and UV-A rays can damage your cells. But according to Dr. Rollier, other parts of the sun’s spectrum naturally compensate for these negatives.
The near-infrared and red light in natural sunlight powers your cells to protect themselves — and you.
The full blend of wavelengths in unfiltered sunlight allows your body to reap all the benefits while naturally combatting the negative side effects, according to Dr. Rollier.
That said, sunburns and even deep suntans age your skin. At the minimum, they cause fairly-harmless basal cell carcinomas and may (the jury is still out) cause deadly melanoma. Aim for a few minutes of sun per day, NOT a deep tan.
By the way, UV rays do not penetrate windows. You don’t benefit from sunlight that’s filtered through a window.
Direct sunlight at solar noon benefits you the most.
Ideally, spend 10 or 15 minutes in the sun around lunchtime every day, in the summer. You can stay in the sun much longer during other seasons — winter, late autumn, early spring. The amount of time you can spend also depends on your skin type.
Start slow and see how your skin reacts. If you get a pink glow, you’ve damaged your skin. And if you have fair skin, it will get pink really fast. Start slow, be careful.
If you spend several hours in the sun — at the beach or on a picnic — apply natural or organic sunscreen after the first few minutes of sun exposure. Don’t use conventional sunscreens, because they contain a myriad of chemicals that have NOT been tested for long-term safety. Wear a hat with a large rim to protect your face from overexposure.