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What everyone should know about sunlight and how it boosts your natural immune power for FREE

Have you ever noticed how the sun makes you feel HAPPY? Good…

Did you know that the National Institutes of Health recognizes sun exposure as the most important source of vitamin D?

In fact, just 15-20 minutes of sun exposure 2-3 days a week will enhance your natural immune power response to infectious and chronic health issues like that!

Some of the benefits of vitamin D are lower risks of autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, type 1 blood sugar problems, rheumatoid arthritis, and inflammatory bowel health problems.

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient, vital for optimal health and optimal natural immune power.

In this article, I will discuss the relationships that Vitamin D has with: Infectious Health Issues, Immunity and Asthma, and Immune Disorders.

Vitamin D and infectious health problems

Vitamin D stimulates the production of powerful natural immune cells, including two critical groups of white blood cells and natural killer cells… As well as the internal cellular tissues that line the respiratory tract and help protect the lungs from infection.

Evidence suggests that vitamin D may help prevent a wide range of infectious pathogens from increasing further. Additional studies show that skin wounds need vitamin D to protect against infection and start the normal repair process.

Vitamin D deficiencies can compromise your body’s natural immune power that works to resist infection, making you more vulnerable to harmful bacteria.

Vitamin D, immunity and asthma

People who live in northern climates are at higher risk for autoimmune health problems, are more prone to allergies and asthma than people who live in sunny regions near the equator.

Vitamin D can balance two types of natural immune power cells:

– T-helper 1 and 2 cells.

In a normal immune response, these cells work together, commanding B cells to produce antibodies against an invader and killer T cells to attack it.


Whether T-helper 1 and 2 cells function independently.

The T-helper 1 cell’s natural immune power response can become disorganized and mistake healthy tissue for harmful germs, bacteria or tumors. The natural immune-powered response of T-helper 2 cells can mistake harmless intruders like pollen grains and mold spores for deadly threats that trigger the release of inflammatory chemicals that cause allergies and asthma.

Vitamin D regulates the development and function of T cells, to combine the activities of these two types of T cells to coordinate the proper natural immune responses to REAL threats.

Vitamin D and immune disorders

Recent studies suggest that rates of host immune disorders are lower in more southern regions of the world than in more northern regions.

In fact, people who spent the most time in the sun were actually 35% less likely to develop health problems than those who spent the least time in the sun, regardless of age.

Additional studies show that vitamin D helps strengthen your natural immune system’s ability to identify and destroy immune cell disorders in the colon, breast, and prostate before they multiply.

Wondering what you can do if you live in a mostly sunny region?


Vitamin D can be found in various foods and supplements such as:

– Organic: salmon, mackerel, sardines, tuna, whole eggs, beef liver, Swiss cheese, vitamin D fortified milk, margarine, ready-to-eat cereals;

-… And Supplements Derived From Organic Foods.

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