... In the early 1930’s, some dude (a pharmaceutical shill) learned that as sun rays beamed down to earth at light speed – 670,616,629 miles per hour – our skin produced a family of hormones known as secosteroids in response. I call these “sunshine hormones.”
Using state of the art chemistry methods, dozens of these sunshine hormones have been identified and more are being characterized every day. Nobody is sure how many there are, or how they interact. But one thing is for certain; they work in orchestra-like unison to activate a host of positive actions in the body. There is no one single player as we have been led to believe.
After about 20 minutes in the sun, the friction created by the bombardment of sunshine blasting the skin creates heat, which in turn, shatters the creation of excess sunshine hormones in the skin, thereby making it impossible for us to produce too much of a good thing.