I thought vitamin A was to regenerate the top layer of skin, and to make it appear newer, not encourage sun damage. How do we eat anything and not die?????? I'm only kidding, I believe you are as healthy as what type of diet you keep, meaning, good whole food, and enough fiber, but always remembering the sun isn't our enemy, it's more likely the long sleeved shirt that is our friend.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:01 AM on May. 25, 2010 in Health
Sunblock encourages skin cancer they are now finding out. It blocks vitamin D which is actually helps the skin fight free radicals on the skin that cause cancer. I will never use it again. DD never uses sun screen & has never been burned. The ysay that folks who have a healthy diet will not get a sun burn...i believe it. They are now saying that folkd who wore sunscreen their whole lives are the ones who are turning out to have skin cancer.
Answer by samurai_chica at 9:11 AM on May. 25, 2010
if you eat spinach & leafy greens it will actually help your skin block the rays that make your skin burn. Here is another article that points out the rise in melanoma during the time sunscreen was becoming widely used.
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