Archive for the ‘SUN COLD’ Category


Wednesday, May 1st, 2013

The real reason melanoma rates are climbing

If you want to protect yourself from deadly skin cancer, step out into the light. SUNLIGHT, that is — because our nearest star is the best defense you have against melanoma.

I know that after decades of sun-hating propaganda that sounds positively crazy– maybe even suicidal– but new research confirms everything I’ve been telling you about this disease.

And it confirms what you’ve seen yourself — because if you’re over the age of 50, you probably remember playing outside everyday without ever hearing the words “sunscreen” or “melanoma.”

The disease wasn’t just rare. Among kids, it was unheard of.

Then, starting in the early 1970s, melanoma rates among kids began climbing at a rate of 2 percent a year. And today, the disease is responsible for 3 percent of all pediatric cancers.

Looks like it’s not so rare anymore.

The mainstream is scratching its collective head over the new numbers in Pediatrics. They’re blaming things like tanning beds and beach vacations, and dishing out the same tired advice about making sure everyone wears sunscreen.

Wild Secrets

What nonsense!

It’s clear as day what’s REALLY going on here: This spike in melanoma rates happened precisely when people began slathering themselves and their children in chemical sunscreens — and continued to climb as they began spending all their free time indoors, parked in front of television and computer screens.

The less sun we get, the HIGHER the disease rates in adults and kids alike — and if you want visual proof of this, take a look at this map from the CDC.

Costume Warehouse

You’ll see that current melanoma rates are HIGHEST in sun-starved states such as Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Minnesota and LOWEST in sunny Texas, Arizona, and Nevada.

So forget the sun-hating propaganda and follow the science — follow the SUN — and get outside each day, because the vitamin D you get from sun exposure is the single best cancer-fighter around.

And whatever you do, don’t touch sunscreen — they’re actually packed with chemicals that are known to CAUSE cancer, not prevent it. The only real “protection” you need is common sense: cover up or head indoors before you turn pink.

(For more on the frightening truth behind sunscreens…including the skinny on the chemical endorsed by the American Academy of Dermatology that can KILL human gut cells…

Just to make sure you get all the D you need, add a supplement.

Fantasy Lingerie

Henry Sapiecha


Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Evidence That Nanoparticles in

Sunscreens Could Be Toxic If

Accidentally Eaten

ScienceDaily (Apr. 7, 2010) — Scientists are reporting that particle size affects the toxicity of zinc oxide, a material widely used in sunscreens. Particles smaller than 100 nanometers are slightly more toxic to colon cells than conventional zinc oxide. Solid zinc oxide was more toxic than equivalent amounts of soluble zinc, and direct particle to cell contact was required to cause cell death. Their study is in ACS’ Chemical Research in Toxicology, a monthly journal.

Philip Moos and colleagues note that there is ongoing concern about the potential toxicity of nanoparticles of various materials, which may have different physical and chemical properties than larger particles. Barely 1/50,000 the width of a human hair, nanoparticles are used in foods, cosmetics and other consumer products. Some sunscreens contain nanoparticles of zinc oxide. “Unintended exposure to nano-sized zinc oxide from children accidentally eating sunscreen products is a typical public concern, motivating the study of the effects of nanomaterials in the colon,” the scientists note.

Their experiments with cell cultures of colon cells compared the effects of zinc oxide nanoparticles to zinc oxide sold as a conventional powder. They found that the nanoparticles were twice as toxic to the cells as the larger particles.

Although the nominal particle size was 1,000 times larger, the conventional zinc oxide contained a wide range of particle sizes and included material small enough to be considered as nanoparticles. The concentration of nanoparticles that was toxic to the colon cells was equivalent to eating 2 grams of sunscreen — about 0.1 ounce. This study used isolated cells to study biochemical effects and did not consider the changes to particles during passage through the digestive tract. The scientists say that further research should be done to determine whether zinc nanoparticle toxicity occurs in laboratory animals and people.

Sourced and published by Henry Sapiecha 9th April 2010