View Full Version : What Is the Difference?
02-08-2006, 03:10 AM
I see the example of the woman who lost 110 pounds in 5 months, then I see ones who lost that in over a year. What is the difference in what they are doing?
Food, exercise, hydration, sleep habits, exposure to the sun, age. In a controlled environment where all variables were as close to the same as possible the results would be almost the same. We are all different and live in different manners. Therefore, the results are different.
I hope that my variables are exactly the same as the woman who lost 110 lbs in 5 months! :D
02-08-2006, 06:15 AM
What do you mean exposure to sun? Thanks!
We need an average of 15 min daily sun exposure on our skin for our bodies to function properly. Vitamin D is actually a hormone produced by the body. UV light is what starts this process. We need UV light. Sunscreen actually is the biggest cause of skin cancer at this time. Sun lamps are a close second. A good place to start in researching the benefits of the sun is www.mercola.com (http://www.mercola.com/) There are many eye opening medical reports there.
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