Friday, November 22, 2013 People who live in sunnier areas around the world have a reduced risk of pancreatic cancer, advises a new study out of Australia. When the researchers examined the Caucasian subjects, they looked at the location of their residence in their adult years, any outdoor work that they have done, if there is any history of lesion treatment and their sensitivity to sun exposure. The study found that for people living in places with higher ultraviolet radiation have a 30-40 percent lower risk of pancreatic cancer. Also, people who have fair skin had a 47 percent lower risk of...

Friday, November 22, 2013 There is a difference between how much Vitamin D people are really getting from their diet compared to how much they think they are getting. According to the 2013 Functional Foods Consumer Survey that was recently discharged.  Out of the sixty-eight percent of people who took the survey by the International Food Information Council Foundation and thought they were getting enough vitamin D daily, only thirty-two percent of them were actually meeting the recommended Dietary  Reference Intakes (DRI). The amount of vitamin D recommended by most vitamin D experts is far higher than the government's DRI. The Vitamin...

Friday, November 22nd, 2013 In recent studies Dr. John Cannell suggested that increased UV exposure from sun and sunbeds increase endorphin levels and may therefore help  with improving mood. It’s ideal to feel good all year round, not solely in the summer when it’s easy to spend hours in the sun. Sunbed tanning is an excellent alternative that gives you the opportunity to feel good and look good all year round. A study in Germany, along with multiple other studies across the world found that increased time in the sun or sunbeds left people feeling “significantly more balanced, less nervous, more strengthened,...