There are so many diets out there. Paleo, Keto, Caveman, High Carb, Low Fat, High Fat, Low Carb.
But maybe the emphasis has been on the wrong thing.
My vitamin D levels were checked recently. And I was surprised my levels were barely in the normal range since I take 5,000 IU a day. Could it be because I’ve been avoiding the great outdoors? Here in Texas, it can get pretty hot in the summer. I’m talking 105 degrees with a heat index of 111.
So what’s all this got to do with losing weight? Bear with me as I explain my thought process. I’ve always considered food to be the main driver of our metabolism. And if you lack something, take a supplement. But clearly the high amount of vitamin D I was taking did not make much of a difference. So I did some research on the effect of sunlight. And what I discovered made a lot of sense.
The newest scientific research shows that sunlight is the controlling factor of our body’s metabolism and energy. The scientific term for our cellular energy is mitochondria. They can be likened to the spark plugs of an engine. If the spark plugs are worn out, putting premium fuel in the car might help a little but doesn’t solve the root issue of damaged spark plugs. It’s the same with us. Just eating a clean diet doesn’t solve the damaged mitochondria and broken metabolism.
Sunlight is the main influence for our mitochondria and is responsible for our metabolism, our sleep cycle, our production of hormones and our circadian rhythm.
So it appears the root cause for struggling with weight loss has to do with a deficiency of sunlight.
We are electromagnetic beings, meaning we have natural frequencies that are dependent on natural sunlight.
The average American is inside 92-93% of their time. The other 6-8% is in their car.
People go on diet after diet and are having a hard time because they’re not getting enough of the most important driver of our biology: the sun and it’s different frequencies.
Light alone controls the secretion of melatonin, the master hormone that helps us sleep, it helps with antiaging and mitochondrial repair. So it should be priority number one.
How much sun is enough? Experts say just 10 – 30 minutes for 3-5 times a week. As for me, I’m opting to go outside in the morning for a walk before the heat becomes obtrusive. And I have found that when I do, I actually sleep better! As for the sunscreen, I apply it to my face and neck, allowing other areas to get full sun.
We also need to avoid man-made frequencies as much as possible since it can disrupt our natural frequencies. However getting lots of sunlight can build up your mitochondria so you can handle things like wifi and 5G better.
Cactus plants can absorb the radiation from computers. And there are various EMF protectors on the market you can apply to your phone and other gadgets. It’s especially important to reduce the blue light coming from your devices in the evening by wearing blue light blocking glasses. This will allow your natural secretion of melatonin.
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