SUPERMODEL CONDEMNS SUNSCREEN : CALLS IT "POISON"

Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen has publicly denounced conventional sunscreens.  "I cannot put this poison on my skin," the 30-year-old is quoted as saying. "I do not use anything synthetic."

A 2008  study released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that roughly 97 percent of Americans are contaminated with oxybenzone, a toxic sunscreen additive that is linked to allergies, hormone disruption, and cell damage. And according to Philippe Autier, a scientist at the International Agency for Research on Cancer, sunscreens actually cause skin cancer rather than prevent it.

"Sunscreens were never developed to prevent skin cancer," Zoe Diana Draelos, Editor of the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, said in a 2010 report. "In fact, there is no evidence that sunscreens prevent skin cancer in humans." 

Besides containing a host of toxic chemicals, sunscreens also block the necessary ultraviolet (UV) rays that the skin needs to produce vitamin D. Limited sun exposure, combined with the heavy use of toxic sunscreens, is responsible for widespread vitamin D deficiency and its related diseases.

Elaine agrees 100% and says, "For years we searched for a natural Vitamin D product that we could use and recommend. Alas, we found none. EVERY Vitamin D product we investigated contained toxic substances (often unmentioned on the label) and/or was formulated improperly.

So we decided to custom-manufacture our own natural D3 at an Australian laboratory. Hippocrates Natural Vitamin D3 consists of ONLY D3 and purified olive oil (for easy absorption) in a vegetable capsule. THAT'S ALL; NOTHING ELSE.  I take D3 capsules every day, and will continue doing so for the rest of my life. It's a life-saver."

Hippocrates Natural Vitamin D3 is available at 
https://www.hippocrates.com.au/products/health-products/natural-vitamin-d3

Yours in good health

Elaine Hollingsworth

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