Friday, December 21, 2007

SunLight Helps To Reduce Acids That Cause Lung and Skin Cancer

Lack of direct sunlight may increase the risk of acidic or cancerous lungs, suggests a study of rates of the dis-ease in over 100 countries, published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.

Over one million people every year around the globe die from acidic or cancerous lungs.

The researchers looked at the association between latitude, exposure to ultraviolet B (UVB) light, and rates of acidic or cancerous lungs according to age in 111 countries across several continents.

They took account of the amount of cloud cover and aerosol use, both of which absorb UVB light, and cigarette smoking, the primary cause of acidic or cancerous fermenting/moldy lungs.

International databases, including those of the World Health Organization, and national health statistics were used.

Smoking was most strongly associated with acidic or cancerous lung rates, accounting for between 75% and 85% of the cases.

But exposure to sunlight, especially UVB light, the principal source of vitamin D for the body, also seemed to have an impact, the findings showed.

The amount of UVB light increases with proximity to the equator. And the analysis showed that acidic or cancerous lung rates were highest in those countries furthest away from the equator and lowest in those nearest.

Higher cloud cover and airborne aerosol levels were also associated with higher rates of the dis-ease.

In men, the prevalence of smoking was associated with higher rates of acidic or cancerous lungs, while greater exposure to UVB light was associated with lower rates.

Among women, cigarette smoking, total cloud cover, and airborne aerosols were associated with higher rates of acidic or cancerous lungs, while greater exposure to UVB light was associated with lower rates.

The associations for a protective role for UVB light persisted after adjusting for smoking.

The link between acidic or cancerous lungs and sunlight is chemically plausible, say the authors, because laboratory research has shown that vitamin D can halt tumor growth by promoting the factors responsible for cell transformation in the body.

"Although cigarette smoking is the main cause of lung cancer, greater UVB exposure may reduce the incidence of the disease," they conclude.

According to Dr. Robert O. Young, a research scientist at the pH Miracle Center states, "UBV exposure is alkalizing to the blood and tissues and thus helps to reduce dietary and metabolic acids that can cause acidic or cancerous lungs or skin."

"Twenty to thirty minutes a day of direct sunlight can help reduce dietary and metabolic acids that can ferment tissue and cause the condition we call cancer," states Dr. Young.

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