By Rob Archangel, 180DegreeHealth.com staff writer Ahoy, y’all- Matt’s got a new interview up over on Jason Hartman’s Holistic Survival Podcast. It’s a great one covering some of the big ideas behind 180D and what makes Matt’s approach unique and compelling. Especially for those just getting started here, it’s definitely worth a listen. Check it out: 180 Degree Health with Matt Stone Jason’s got a good site over there as well, helping people prepare for a changing world through proactive, positive steps. As a former apprentice on a permaculture homestead and assistant to an organic vegetable minifarm, I dig that a couple of permaculturists have been previous guests. He’s got lots of other good info there too, so feel free to poke around.
Posts Tagged: Vitamin D
Sun is one of the leading causes of skin cancer, right? Wrong. The causes of melanoma are far more complicated than modern medicine would have you believe. 180 Degree Health wants to present alternate research and information on skin cancer that fills gaps left open by conventional declarations. Skin cancer is caused by the sun right? Wrong. Skin cancer is caused by a combination of an underlying degenerative (cancerous) state within the body and poor skin which cannot properly protect and heal itself from solar radiation. Furthermore, the deadliest form of skin cancer, melanoma, has nothing to do with solar radiation. In fact, melanoma can strike anyone of any race, and often emerges on the soles of the feet and in other places where “the sun don’t shine.” Sunscreen won’t… Read more »
Vitamin D, as the great Charles De Marr might’ve put it, is “the hottest thing since sunburn!” (Line at 7:05 mark in THIS VIDEO). Mercola’s talking about it. Nora Gedgaudas is talking about it. Al Sears is freaking out about it. Even Joel Fuhrman is talking about it (at the expense of completely negating his vitamin D-less dietary recommendations). Everywhere I turn somebody’s going on and on about the power of vitamin D, and its absence from modern man’s menu. When I read Weston A. Price’s Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, Price talks extensively about vitamin D being an important “activator” of other nutrients. In other words, nutrients, which work as a team, depend upon vitamin D. It’s not just that vitamin D is important, or simply one of the team players…. Read more »