Dr. Lani's No-Nonsense SUN Health Guide

Dr. Lani's No-Nonsense SUN Health Guide

The Truth about Vitamin D, Sunscreen, Sensible Sun Exposure and Skin Cancer

Dr. Lani Simpson


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Don’t Let your Family get burned!

In her newest book, Dr. Lani Simpson provides readers with no-nonsense, easy-to-understand advise about the sun and how our bodies react to sun exposure. This go-to-guide for all members of the family includes: practical information about how to obtain vitamin D from the sun safely, how to protect yourself and your family from sunburns and how to find safe SPF products and apply them properly. This book examines how our ancestors worshipped the sun and how those beliefs affect our relationship with the sun in present times. Dr. Lani’s No-nonsense Sun Health Guide advocates for a conscious and respectful relationship with the sun.

The sun is now listed as a carcinogen – this is true, however there are hundreds of conditions that have been associated with vitamin D deficiency – multiple cancers, hormone imbalance (PMS), bone loss and osteoporosis to multiple sclerosis. So how do we get the the vitamins and nutrients we need from the sun without damaging our health? Is taking a vitamin D supplement the answer? If so how much? These questions and many more are addressed in Dr. Lani’s No-nonsense Sun Health Guide.

This go-to-guide also reveals the truth about:

  • sun exposure
  • vitamin D
  • sun tanning
  • skin cancer
  • chemicals in skin products
  • sunscreen chemicals
  • insomnia and the sun


Dr. Lani Simpson:

Dr. Lani Simpson is a chiropractic doctor and a Certified Clinical (bone) Densitometrist (CCD). She has been an expert in women’s health care for 25 years, treating thousands of patients with a multidisciplinary and holistic approach to health. She cofounded the East Bay Menopause and PMS Center and the Osteoporosis Diagnostic Center in Berkeley, CA, where she lives. She is an expert in bone density, osteoporosis, and menopause and aging, and gives continuing education seminars to health professionals about these issues.