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Date:1/18/2010

an DNA is programmed to assimilate -- and its associated disturbance to vital circadian rhythms, has contributed to many health related issues. The late Dr. John Ott, renowned photo biologist and father of full-spectrum light, had coined this adverse health phenomenon "mal-illumination." Like malnutrition, mal-illumination deprives one of a level of nutrients and rhythmic stimulation that is essential for living as healthy humans. Everyone knows the sun rises and sets every day -- this essential cycle sets the basic rhythm of life. Unknowingly, millions of people are "out of rhythm with nature" and suffer from chronic mal-illumination...a root cause of most disease.

Humans are photobiotic "solar beings" -- all humans are absolutely dependent on the absorption of vital solar radiation. Noble Prize Laureate Dr. Szent-Gyorgi describes the essential life process as, "A little electrical current sent to us by the sunshine." Without light there is no health. "We are human photocells whose ultimate biological nutrient is sunlight," states bioLight Group (bLG) CEO, Ken Ceder. "Every metabolic process, from enzyme reactions to muscular movements to the digestion of food and the burning of fat, is an electro-chemical biological process regulated and augmented by sunlight energy. A reduction of natural light energy causes a slowdown in these processes leading to decreased metabolism, reduced burning of fat, reduced vitality and compromised immunity."

Whether one is suffering or feeling generally "fine" -- more natural light during the day will reduce the risk of mal-illumination and also elevate mood and reduce fatigue for the healthy and sick, the young and old. The bioLight Group is pleased to offer a free e-Book, "Mal-illumination... the silent epidemic," and share clinical research that will naturally complement and enhance people's wellness experience.

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