Relying on sunscreen to protect us from harmful rays isn’t doing our vitamin D levels any favours, say a team of researchers. Figures suggests 75% of people in the US are deficient in vitamin D, including 95% of African Americans. These figures have climbed dramatically
People are told to put on sunscreen to help protect against sunburn and skin cancer. But by doing so, are they depriving themselves of necessary vitamin D? A clinical review in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association shows that nearly 1 billion people around
The CEO of Solar D hopes that all sunscreens in the future will feature the vitamin D boosting-technology that’s currently exclusive to his brand. “When the first water-resistant sunscreen came out, there was only one but within three years virtually every sunscreen was water resistant,”
Epidemiological evidence suggests that vitamin D can protect women from developing breast cancer (BC). This study reveals that vitamin D and its receptor regulate autophagy in both normal mammary epithelial cells and luminal BCs, and suggests a potential mechanism underlying the link between vitamin D
Despite plentiful sun, Vitamin D (aka sunshine vitamin) deficiency is reaching epidemic proportions in India, warns Dr Michael Holick, Endocrinologist and global authority on Vitamin D therapy. Recent studies have revealed that 65-70 per cent Indians are Vitamin D deficient and another 15 per cent
Watch the recent interview with CEO Mathew Collett talking about Solar D’s ground breaking technology. Link here to interview.