In part 3 we look at NASAs original work on red light and pain reduction, recent discoveries about wound healing, and finish with a range of simple things you can do to benefit from red-light at home.
Red light stimulates mitochondrial function. We look at the accumulating evidence that phototherapy can improve brain function in Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia and Parkinson’s. Plus red light enhances muscle endurance and a has major role in eye health.
Research is uncovering a huge range of beneficial effects of red light. In part 1 I look at the remarkable protective effects of red light on the skin.
To get your vitamin D levels up you need to get out in the sun at the right time of day.
Evidence that compounds in a range of animal products can protect the skin from UV damage and cancer.
New evidence demonstrates that sunshine on the skin synthesises nitric oxide, leading to significant cardiovascular benefits.
By contrived coincidence our vitamin D talk was held on the Summer Solstice June 21st. In the first set of slides, above, we look at the role of