Feel better and live longer…. Eat lunch naked!!!
No it’s not a joke, but after reading this blog, if that’s what you want to do, please don’t do it in public!
You may be wondering, how will eating lunch naked make me feel better and live longer? The answer lies in what happens when your skin is exposed to the midday sun. When our bodies are exposed to sunlight it produces a vital nutrient, vitamin D.
So how important is it to your health, that you have sufficient amounts of vitamin D? It has been well known for many years that vitamin D is essential for healthy bones, but recent research has shown that vitamin D may be important to our health for many other reasons as well. According to the vitamin D Council’s website, some of the functions of the body that vitamin D helps with include:
1.Immune system, which helps you to fight off infection
3.Cardiovascular function, for a healthy heart and circulation
4.Respiratory system, for healthy lungs and clear airways
The research continues and much more is yet to be learned of this vital nutrient and it’s importance to our health.
The best way for you to get the vitamin D that your body needs is to expose your skin to the midday sun. For most of us, in today’s society, that can be much easier said than done. If you are unable to step out into the life-giving sun, then the easiest way for you to get the vitamin D that your body craves is through dietary supplements that are widely available. Regardless of how you get the vitamin D, I believe that it is essential that you do get a daily dose. However, it is just as important to know how much that dose should be, and that is what I will discuss in my next entry.
You may choose to “Eat Lunch Naked”, but keep in mind, if you have to eat lunch in a public place, I highly recommend you consider the supplements. They are much easier than having to explain yourself to the police.
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