We have finally learned that light is a nutrient much like food, and like food, the wrong kind can make us ill and the right kind can help keep us well.

3,000,000+ copies sold


  • Mal-illumination:

    Mal-illumination contributes to many health issues and some are quite serious — obesity, depression, fatigue, sleep & eating disorders as well as breast, prostate and colon cancer. Like malnutrition, mal-illumination causes deficiencies by depriving us of the sun’s vital ‘energetic nutrient’ wavelengths which enter the body through the eyes and skin.
  • Parkinson Sleep Wake Cycle Symptoms:

    A study suggests that light therapy may one day be added to the Parkinson’s disease treatment armamentarium, particularly for circadian sleep-related symptoms.
  • Radiant Vitality:

    Vitality is the lively energetic force that animates and perpetuates living beings and organisms. Light energy is life energy!
  • Stress~Burnout:

    The core symptom of the burnout syndrome is emotional exhaustion, which leads to impaired functioning on the job as well as life in general.
  • Unhealthy Sleep Cycles:

    Research confirms that specific wavelengths of morning light can shift the internal body clock and regulate sleep patterns. A person’s internal clock can be reset by receiving appropriate light exposure, which means you will be more alert and focused during the day, and feel naturally  tired at an earlier bedtime.
  • Vitamin Absorption:

    Scientific research has shown that ingested foods, vitamins and supplements require a specific light wavelength in order to be fully metabolized. Without the correct wavelengths, absorption is incomplete and nutrients are partially wasted and less effective.
  • Weight Loss:

    People aren’t spending a lot of time in essential bright morning light… light that our DNA has been programmed to respond to. Light is clearly a strong ‘weight management’ signal to the body. To reap it’s benefits, the researchers suggest getting at least 20 to 30 minutes of morning light every day
  • Your Body Cycles:

    All humans are synchronized to the rhythmic light-dark changes that occur on a daily basis. Rhythms in physiological and biochemical processes and behavioural patterns persist in the absence of all external 24-hour signals from the physical environment, with a period that is close to 24 hours.