Sunshine Is The Natural Treatment For Preventing Pre-diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes and More In Children and Adults
Natural Vitamin D from Sunshine is a natural treatment to prevent Diabetes In Children and Adults.
When a baby is jaundice, a common natural treatment is to expose the child to sunlight or UV rays to activate liver function. Usually after a couple of days of exposure, the child’s skin isn’t yellow anymore – a signal that the liver is functioning normally. By the time the child is one year old, we’re slathering him/her in sunscreen blocking their exposure to sun. This goes on throughout their childhood for fear that sun exposure will cause cancer.
Not shockingly, it is reported that seven out of ten U.S. children nationwide have low levels of Vitamin D, raising their risk of bone and heart disease, according to a study of over 6,000 children by researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, as well as placing millions of children at risk for high blood pressure and other risk factors for heart disease.
Lack Of Sun Result in Diabetes
There’s mounting evidence that Vitamin D deficiency is a contributing factor in the development of both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, a German Study concluded. The research showed, that Vitamin D levels were lower in children with Pre-Diabetes and in children with Type 1 Diabetes than in autoantibody-negative children, confirming Vitamin D deficiency appeared to play a role in the development and treatment of Diabetes.
Pre Diabetes And Type 2 Diabetes Are A Liver Issue
The popular misconception is that Pre-diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes are due to a failing pancreas. While that is how the disease progresses, insulin resistance, Pre-diabetes and Type 2 diabetes are liver issues. Generally, the liver’s main function is to protect the pancreas. When the liver isn’t functioning properly – due to a high protein, high fat, low carbohydrate diet and processed foods, the liver becomes blocked by scar tissue and fat. The result is what’s known as Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD). When there’s NAFLD, the liver can’t effectively do its job, which is to filter the blood and store glucose. Particularly, the inability to store glucose (insulin resistance) overburdens the pancreas, causing the body and the liver to store fat. This lays the groundwork for a Pre-Diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis - -both of which are entirely reversible with natural treatments specifically, change of diet.
Interestingly, Vitamin D deficiency was also found to be common in people with Type 1 Diabetes, but its role in disease progression was not associated with faster progression to Type 1 Diabetes in children.
Diabetes is also a leading cause of cardiovascular disease because of the liver’s inability to properly filter the blood. As a result, the heart works double time to bring the thickened blood upward (like slurping a smoothie through a straw). Poor liver function is also why we see NAFLD and excessive accumulation of triglycerides and cholesterol in the liver.
Getting Adequate Vitamin D from the Sun May Prevent Diabetes
A study published in the Journal Of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism of 118 adults, classified according to their Body Mass Index (BMI), showed that low Vitamin D levels were associated with diabetes, independently of BMI.
Sunshine from the sun is the only natural treatment in preventing disease. Vitamin D is vital to bone health and ultimately growth in children and adolescents and is essential in warding off depression according to research. Vitamin D is not a vitamin. Vitamin D is a hormone created by both the liver and kidneys when sunshine hits the skin. But most importantly, exposure to sun activates a stagnant liver. Each time you expose your skin to the sun, you engage your liver and kidneys to do its amazing work.
How Can We Lack Vitamin D If We’re Drinking Milk?
While it is said that drinking milk is the answer to getting more Vitamin D in children, an Italian study showed that supplemented Vitamin D had no healing effect on the disease in adults proving supplemented Vitamin D is no substitute for the natural treatment of increased exposure to the sun.
Sunshine Prevents Diabetes, Heart Disease and More
Vitamin D deficiency in children and adults is soaring and is conducive to obesity and ultimately liver disease, diabetes and heart disease in adults. Growth and bone issues are only the beginning of what’s in store for children deficient in Vitamin D.
Again, poor liver function leads to high blood pressure and high cholesterol that can ultimately lead to diabetes and heart disease. Research confirms that Vitamin D deficiency is associated with Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and is correlated with disease severity.
While studies suggests positive results with Vitamin D supplementation, engagement of liver function directly from exposure to the sun (approximately fifteen to twenty minutes of exposure a day) is a far more effective natural treatment for improving overall health and in preventing all disease, including but not limited to diabetes.