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Mal-Illumination: Many Diseases
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For humans, sunlight and vitamin D is critically important for the development, growth, and maintenance of a healthy body, from birth until death. "Humans make thousands of units of vitamin D within minutes of whole body exposure to sunlight. From what we know of nature, it is unlikely such a system evolved by chance." states Dr. John Cannell, Executive Director, Vitamin D Council. According to the Vitamin D Council (www.vitamindcouncil.org ), current research has implicated sunlight and vitamin D deficiency as a major factor in the pathology of at least 17 varieties of cancer as well as heart disease, stroke, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, diabetes, depression, chronic pain, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, muscle weakness, muscle wasting, birth defects, periodontal disease, and more. The September 2009 issue of The American Journal of Medicine (Volume 122, Issue 9) has an extensive review of the research on the benefits of vitamin D and points to fascinating 'life extension' potential. The Journal notes that all cause mortality is decreased by at least 7% in a meta-analysis of 18 randomized trials of vitamin D supplementation.

For decades, consumers have been the target of a disinformation campaign from the pharmaceutical industry, conventional medicine and the media that created a fear of sunshine. They have literally scared the daylight out of us! Therefore, most people either intentionally or unintentionally avoid the sun - or smear on sunscreens that block the beneficial wavelengths that produce one's natural supply of vitamin D from direct exposure to bright midday sun. Since the beginning of human history people have lived, worked and played outdoors during the light of day, active and vibrant, absorbing the full spectrum of light energy photons from the sky. An average of 10 hours each day, 70 hours weekly, was common for eons. But in less than a mere two hundred years, millions of people have unwittingly become "contemporary cave dwellers" living and working indoors. This dramatic reduction of natural light exposure - that human DNA is programmed to assimilate - and its domino-effect disturbance to vital, light regulated circadian rhythms, was coined "mal-illumination" by the late Dr. John Ott, the father of full-spectrum light. Like malnutrition, mal-illumination deprives one of a level of 'bio-nutrients' and 'rhythmic stimulation' that is essential for regulating brain chemistry, essential hormones and vital circadian rhythms that control appetite, energy, mood, sleep, libido and other essential mind-body functions.

According to Dr. Jacob Liberman, author of Light Medicine of the Future, "When we speak about the quality of light and its importance to the well being of all living organisms, the contributions of Dr. John Ott stand out above those of other researchers in the field." In addition to writing three books and volumes of research, Dr. Ott also published a series of seven articles in the International Journal of Biosocial Research (Tacoma, Washington), a medical journal that studies links between physical and mental health. Titled Color and Light: Their Effects on Plants, Animals, and People. The articles summed up Dr. Ott's decades of independent research, which was contrary to the established "wisdom" of pharmaceutical companies. At the time, Dr. Ott's research efforts generally met with polite indifference from the scientific community but he soon began to attract attention from a wider public audience including an emerging trend of clinicians and medical professionals who recognize and align with his theory of mal-illumination... the silent epidemic.

Humans are photobiotic 'solar beings' - all humans are absolutely dependent on the absorption of vital solar radiation. Noble Prize Laureate Dr. Szent-Gyorgi describes the essential life process as, "A little electrical current sent to us by the sunshine." Without light there is no health. "We are human photocells whose ultimate biological nutrient is sunlight," states past president of Ott Light Systems and current bioLight Group CEO, Ken Ceder. "Every metabolic process, from enzyme reactions to muscular movements to the digestion of food and the burning of fat, is a biological (electro-chemical) process regulated and augmented by sunlight energy. A reduction of natural light energy causes a slowdown in these processes leading to decreased metabolism, reduced burning of fat, reduced vitality and compromised immunity."

Everyone knows the sun rises and sets every day - this essential cycle sets the basic rhythm of life. Now more than ever in this Age of Information, millions of people are 'out of rhythm with nature' and suffer from chronic mal-illumination - a root cause of poor health and disease.

The bioLight Group is pleased to offer a free e-Book; Mal-illumination… the silent epidemic, and share clinical research that will naturally complement and enhance people's wellness experience. Please visit us www.bioenlightenment.info



February 11, 2010
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