Mediterranean diets are beneficial for the heart and can help fight serious skin diseases.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that women who strictly followed the Mediterranean diet for 15 years had a decreased risk of skin cancer,
Another study indicated that better Mediterranean diet adherence reduced skin cancer risk in adult men and women by 72%. Fruits and low-fat dairy were especially good for skin.
Grapes just became sweeter: After 14 days of eating freeze-dried grape powder, the equivalent of 2.25 cups of fresh grapes, skin polyphenol antioxidants increased significantly.
According to a Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology study, they were roughly 75% more resistant to UV light-induced sunburn. Sunburn increases skin cancer risk.
An increase in carotenoids (bright yellow, red, and orange pigments in plants)—found in bright vegetables like sweet potato, tomatoes, spinach, carrots, and bell peppers
over six weeks can reduce UV-induced skin reddening and other discoloration, according to a PLUS ONE study. Three servings of carotenoid-rich vegetables and fruits a day showed skin advantages.
Omega-3 fatty acids in salmon provide natural sun protection. According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, University of Manchester researchers found that people
who supplemented their diets with omega-3s and then were exposed to the equivalent of 8, 15, or 30 minutes of summer midday sun had up to 50% less sunlight-induced
immune system suppression—which affects your body's ability to fight skin cancer and infection—than those who did not.
Photoaging, produced by sun exposure and ultraviolet light, is the principal cause of wrinkles and pigment changes. Keep almonds in your pantry since most rides are during the day.