How Sunscreen Products
Actually Promote Cancer
The idea that sunscreen prevents cancer is a myth. It's a myth
promoted by a profit-seeking tag-team effort between the cancer
industry and the sunscreen industry. The sunscreen industry makes
money by selling lotion products that actually contain cancer-causing
chemicals. It then donates a portion of that money to the cancer
industry through non-profit groups like the American and Canadian
Cancer Societies which, in turn, run heart-breaking public service
ads urging people to use sunscreen to "prevent cancer."
The scientific evidence, however, shows quite clearly that sunscreen
actually promotes cancer by blocking the body's absorption
of ultraviolet radiation, which produces vitamin D in the skin.
Vitamin D, as recent studies have shown, prevents up to 77 of
ALL cancers in women (breast cancer, colon cancer, cervical cancer,
lung cancer, brain tumors, multiple myeloma, etc). Meanwhile,
the toxic chemical ingredients used in most sunscreen products
are actually carcinogenic and have never been safety
tested. They get absorbed right through the skin (a porous organ
that absorbs most substances it comes into contact with) and enter
The benefits of sunscreen are a myth. Proponents say sunscreen
prevents sunburn, but in fact, the real cause of sunburn is not
merely UV exposure: It is a lack of antioxidant nutrition. Start
eating lots of berries and microalgae (spirulina, astaxanthin,
blue-green algae, etc.), and you'll build up an internal sunscreen
that will protect your skin from sunburn from the inside out.
Sunburn is actually caused by nutritional deficiencies that leave
the skin vulnerable to DNA mutations from radiation, but if you
boost your nutrition and protect your nervous system with plant-based
nutrients, you'll be naturally resistant to sunburn. The same
nutrients, by the way, also protect the optic nerve and eyes from
radiation damage. That's why the consumption of berries and carrots,
for example, has historically been associated with healthy eye
function. (The same nutrients that protect the eyes also protect
If sunscreen is so bad for humans, you might ask, then
why do so many doctors recommend using it? This might be hard
for you to believe, but it wasn't too long ago that doctors routinely
recommended smoking cigarettes, too. The Journal of the American
Medical Association, in fact, ran numerous ads promoting Camels
as "recommended by more doctors than any other cigarette!" Doctors
talked up the "benefits" of smoking cigarettes, urging people
to start smoking in order to improve brain function or even --
get this -- make their teeth stronger!
The truth is doctors are easily influenced by commercial interests
and can be readily convinced to recommend practically any product,
no matter how toxic, unhealthy or deadly to consumers. Just look
at how many doctors wrote prescriptions for Vioxx, for example,
after being visited by a Vioxx drug rep pushing it as a "miracle
drug" for joint pain.
Also keep in mind that doctor-prescribed medications are in
the top five leading causes of death in North America. In
Canada and the United States, more than 100,000 people die each
year from following the advice of their doctor. Vitamin D prevents
not only cancer, but also diabetes, osteoporosis, depression,
heart disease and obesity. It's the miracle nutrient of the millennium,
and yet the entire medical profession tries desperately to pretend
that vitamin D has no biological function whatsoever. Hence the
support of sunscreen (the anti-vitamin D product).
Sunscreen directly promotes vitamin D deficiency. People
who regularly use sunscreen, are on the path towards cancer and
other degenerative diseases. People who use sunscreen are killing
themselves and they don't even know it!
The Sunscreen Marketing
The marketing of sunscreen is another great example of consumer
product companies fabricating a need in order to sell a high-profit
product made mostly with toxic chemicals. There is no need for sunscreen,
but the cancer industry and sunscreen manufacturers have created
a fictitious need through a campaign of fear and disinformation,
hypnotizing practically the entire population into believing one
of the most ridiculous ideas in the universe: that sunlight is bad
for human health.
Think about it. Our ancestors did not have indoor lighting; they
exposed their skin to the sun regularly. They didn't run and hide
from the sun, they used it as nourishment to generate a crucial
vitamin that supports human health in a multitude of ways. The idea
that "the sun is bad for you" makes about as much sense as "water
is bad for you" or "the Earth is flat." This persistent myth was
invented, marketed and publicized by an industry that profits from
a gullible public believing demonstrable falsehoods.
But why would the cancer industry go along with the deception, you
might ask? Because the continued commercial success of the cancer
industry depends on more people getting cancer.The cancer industry
has no interest whatsoever in preventing cancer. The industry, in
fact, takes steps to interfere with prevention efforts and thereby
ensure the growth in the number of future cancer patients.
The American Cancer Society, for example, still will not recommend
that anyone take vitamin D supplements, even though the vitamin
can prevent nearly 4 out of 5 cancers. The cancer industry simply
has no interest in preventing cancer. It is only interested in treating
cancer and profiting from those treatments.
The promotion of sunscreen products is a way for the cancer industry
to ensure future profits from the treatment of cancer. The more
people use sunscreen products, the more they'll get cancer. And
that's due to two primary reasons: 1) Sunscreen blocks vitamin D
production, a nutrient that strongly prevents cancer, and 2) Sunscreen
products almost always contain cancer-causing chemicals that are
absorbed through the skin and enter the bloodstream where they cause
severe DNA damage, leading to cancer.
Seven important questions about sunscreen
The next time you see some public service advertisement urging you
to smother yourself and your children with sunscreen chemicals,
think hard before taking action. Ask yourself these seven commonsense
1) Is the sun really dangerous to humans? If so, how did humans
survive for the last 350,000 years on planet Earth?
2) Have the chemicals used in sunscreen products ever been safety
tested or approved by the FDA? (The answer is no.)
3) Who financially benefits when you keep buying and using sunscreen
4) What is the environmental impact of sunscreen chemicals washing
off into the ocean, a lake, a swimming pool or being washed down
the drain in your shower?
5) Sunscreen manufacturers say the skin doesn't absorb their chemicals.
If that's true, then how do nicotine patches work? How do transdermal
drugs get absorbed through the skin if sunscreen chemicals don't?
(Answer: ALL these chemicals get absorbed through the skin. The
skin is not selective about what it chooses to absorb.)
6) If the sun is so dangerous, then why is the vitamin generated
by sunlight (vitamin D) so healthy for humans? Why would humans
evolve a mechanism for generating a vitamin from sunlight if we
weren't supposed to be exposed to sunlight in the first place?
7) If sunlight is so dangerous, then why is virtually every living
creature on planet Earth dependent on sunlight for survival? Plants
use sunlight to generate their nutrition, too, and most animals
eat either plants or other animals that originally ate plants. Nearly
all life on planet Earth is powered by sunlight. Why does the
cancer industry believe sunlight causes death when, in reality,
sunlight delivers life?
Once you answer these questions, the reality of the situation becomes
obvious: Sunlight is good for you, and sunscreen is a hoax.