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As Heard on George Noory's Coast to Coast AM

 

Sunscreen chemicals HARM humans, fish, and coral.

We have been told the sun is harmful and we need to protect our skin from its rays.

Yet, the chemicals used in sunscreens are not only more harmful to us than the sun, they are harmful to all water life that are bathed in the washed off sunscreens.

The evidence is clear:

  • They do not prevent skin cancers, they promote them.

  • Absorbed through the skin, they disrupt our body’s balanced hormone ecosystem.

  • Bioaccumulating in fish, they disrupt both freshwater and marine ecosystems.

  • Educate yourselves to protect your family and the planet from extinction.

Sunscreen - Biohazard Summary  3:11

My Momentum Media interview

by Jakub Dolezac - Irvine Hilton 2011

 

 

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Doctors Symposium - Lecture

       Cancer Control Society - Los Angeles 2011  13:23

False Promises of Sunscreens

       Sunscreens - Biohazard Summary  3:11

       Sunscreens Don't Protect, They Do the Opposite  3:11

       Sunscreen Use Promotes Cancer  2:23

       Sunscreens Keep You In the Sun Too Long  1:10

       What SPF Numbers Mean  2:23

Natural Sun Protection

       Boost Antioxidant Levels to Prevent Sun Burn  1:40

       Stop Sunscreens, Use Antioxidants  3:10

       Best Time to Be In the Sun  5:05

Protect Your Family

       Sunscreen Is Not Just On Your Skin  3:54

       Affects of Sunscreen Use In Children  2:26

Protect the Environment

       Sunscreens Kill Marine Life  3:34

Endorsements and Reviews

       Garry Gordon, MD, OD, MD(H)  1:54

 

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