Healthy Remedies

Healthy Remedies

“I’m taking my vitamins!” “Yes I’m in the yard!” “I’m taking Vitamin D, of course!”

Scientist now say it is not a fad but a proven fact that grows more convincing with time, Vitamin D, dubbed the “sunshine vitamin” because the skin makes vitamin “D” from the ultraviolet rays in sunshine is good for you.

I work on the computer every day in my home. I’m self employed. Arriving at the family reunion last month was hysterical. I wore shorts and the hoots and smart remarks started as soon as I had one leg out of the car. “Where is my sun glasses?” “Blinded by the glare!” “We didn’t know we were kin to Snow White!” Well I have very sensitive skin and freckle instead of tan. But I got the message. I receive 8-10 phone calls a day on a headset. I decided that some of those calls could be taken outside while I admired the flowers, watered the potted plants or just soaked up some rays. Rarely are the calls over 10 minutes so I am increasing my Vitamin D intake and freckling up nice without the burn.

Sunscreen will block the ultraviolet rays. Scientist now are discovering that Vitamin D is important for preventing and treating colon cancer. Some other cancers that have responded to Vitamin D are lung, lymphoma, prostate and even skin cancer. None of these studies represented that the bikini was the apparel and all day in the sun was the recommended dose of rays, rather moderation was in order.

So the tip of the day is answer the phone (outside), catch some rays and take your Vitamin D, all at the same time. I do get some funny questions though, “Are you outside?”, “I hear water running, are you watering something?” “Sounds like the wind is blowing in your office!”, to which I respond “I’m just taking my daily Vitamin D.

[tags]Natural Health, Vitamins[/tags]

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