Contrary to popular belief, vitamin D does not increase your risk of skin cancer. In fact, your body needs this vitamin to maintain strong, healthy bones, to fight infection and promote overall health, according to the Vitamin D Council. This vitamin, created organically by the body when exposed to sunlight, is also essential for the proper functioning of the heart, lungs, brain and muscles.
The truth about vitamin DThe truth is that the majority of people living in the Western world do not get enough natural sun on their skin for their body to produce the vitamin D that their body requires, noted the Vitamin D Council. There are several reasons for this, most notably the years of media campaigns and dermatologists urging people to avoid tanning and to always wear sunscreen. Additionally, the days of people working on the land and spending long hours outdoors are gone.
“For the Lord God is a sun and shield; the Lord bestows favor and honor; no good thing does he withhold from those whose walk is blameless.” (Psalm 84:11)
As Hallelujah Acres explains, God did not create foods rich in vitamin D because He intended that our bodies would be properly nourished with this vitamin through the natural sunlight. During the time of Adam and Eve, it was a given that each day would be spent soaking up the sun.
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