Can Sunlight Do All Of That?

Of course, everyone knows that we need sunlight, but besides it providing Vitamin D, how else does it benefit us?

Number One: In relation with bone health and cartilage, sunlight enables the body to assimilate calcium. We can consume as much nutrient rich foods as possible, but if our bodies are not assimilating the nutrients, we lose the benefits. Strong bones are essential to us accomplishing all of our goals.

Number 2: Connected to the reproduction of red blood cells or hemoglobin, thereby associated with the avoidance of anemia and increasing the amount of oxygen in our blood. Symptoms associated with anemia are weakness, brain fog, mood changes, lethargy, pale skin, headaches, shortness of breath, loss of stability, irregular heartbeart, etc.

Number 3: As referred to above, not assimilating nutrients and absorbing our food properly, leads to deficiencies. Sunlight has an instant influence on our bodies ability to digest our food and assimilate nutrients.

You know there’s many more benefits than just those, but this is just a start for reasons why going outside and spending a little time enjoying the outdoors, everyday, is so important!

Obviously, too long in the sun isn’t beneficial, but 45 minutes of sunlight gives you your daily dose of vitamin D.

Discover The Essence Of Sunlight ☀️

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Author: wildflowerimmuno

I am a Holistic Health Practitioner, Clinical Cannabinoid Clinician, Essential Oil Coach, Homeopath, Herbalist, Reiki Master, studying to get my PhD in Holistic Natural Health & Nutrition and am a Graduate of The Clinical Cannabinoid Medicine Curriculum. Also the author of Discover The Essence of Plant Medicine, The Five Principles of Lifesaving Herbs Book and Herbal Course. I facilitate a Triple CBD Workshop Series and am passionate about Alternative Healing Therapies & am anxious to share them with you!

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