"We found that all‐cause mortality was inversely related to sun exposure habits. The mortality rate amongst avoiders of sun exposure was approximately TWOFOLD higher compared with the highest sun exposure group" Image
Study here:onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.11…

Sunlight exposure and fair skin are major determinants of human vitamin D production, which is crucial for quality of life and now obviously quantity too.
Exposure to sunlight remains the main source of vitamin D.

Sunlight UVB radiation with a wavelength between 290-315 nm penetrates the skin and converts 7‐dehydrocholesterol to 25‐hydroxycholecalciferol vitamin D3 via previtamin D.
Interestingly enough, Low vitamin D concentrations have also been linked to thicker, more aggressive melanomas with shorter survival times.

What this study is showing is something that we intuitively know.
It’s good to get outside, it’s good to get hours of sun on as much skin as possible.

Avoid the hottest and highest-uv parts of the day, but otherwise make sure to be outside as much as you can, shirt off. No sunscreen.
Reducing your intake of polyunsaturated vegetable oils and reducing your inflammation overall will also go a long way to preventing the oxidation that occurs within the skin which causes the skin burning.

If you only have quality animal fats, you will find you can go in the sun
your skin might get red, but overnight you will not burn and peel.

Other sun tips:
- coconut oil on the skin before during and after sun exposure
- Astaxanthin supplementation
- Hydrate always

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He was the first man to run a mile in under four minutes

Before Sir Roger, it was the mainstream GLOBAL belief that it was IMPOSSIBLE for the human body to sustain such speeds without breaking down .. ImageImage
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Imagine going against a belief held by EVERYONE.

Everyone telling you that if you did this thing, your body would break down...

and doing it anyway.
"No-one can run a mile in less than four minutes.
It is impossible. You're crazy to even try!"

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Ideal conditions.
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If you can TRULY see yourself doing something
Visualise it and believe it with your being

Couple this with relentless belief in yourself and the INABILITY To see or Perceive 'Failure'

Then the world has no choice but to eventually deliver that reality to you.
"I can't ever get that shredded..."
Guess what - you will not become that shredded.

"It's hard to make that much money"
- and so it shall become for you.

Being conscious of your limiting beliefs that you may not realise are so frequent. Your word has POWER.
You have to realise that in order for something to be achieved, it has to be believed.

In this sense, one that doesn't believe it's possible will never take the action or take the risks necessary to do so.

If you don't even put your hat in the ring, you're never going to win.
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Hair tips:

I like to use coconut oil as a ‘conditioner’ applied after a shower to the ends of your hair.

Use a small amount, then work it through with a comb.
Gives a beautiful sheen to your hair while still being a natural product - and then I also dont shampoo often at all.
If you do the occasional shampoo wash, I think you’ll be fine, but make sure to get a natural product.

Lots of toxic shampoos and conditioners made of chemical slop that Seeps into the skin and makes your hair (and you) unhealthy (possible cause of premature balding too!).
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are so inherently appealing because of the dedication to craft required.

It becomes a finer art, an acute attention to detail and an excess of energy to produce something that is not only functional for whatever it is intended for, but beautiful as well
Anyone could slap together a building - however designing something functional that also blesses the eyes is another task in itself.

Anyone can dress haphazardly - however a curation of outfit takes some level of dedication and knowledge of colour, cut and fit.
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This is why we value artisanship + mastery of skill.

When most people let themselves go and become slovenly, people appreciate someone that does the opposite.
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All part of daily discussion inside the group...


This is the start of something beautiful, truly.

If you want to be part of this global network, hit up the link below

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A person who knows not
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A person who knows not
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