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Eat Your Sunscreen : How the Food We Consume Can Protect Our Skin from the Sun ’ s Harmful Rays

@inproceedings{Murad2014EatYS,
  title={Eat Your Sunscreen : How the Food We Consume Can Protect Our Skin from the Sun ’ s Harmful Rays},
  author={H. Murad and J. Murad},
  year={2014}
}
Ultraviolet radiation from the sun, in countless laboratory and clinical studies, has been implicated to cause inflammation of the skin, oxidative stress and free-radical damage, among other problems. While sun-protecting topical products have been useful to assist in reducing sun damage, their protection alone is not adequate to prevent ultraviolet effects. Because of this, new skin protecting and cell-fortifying methods are needed to promote healthy skin and offer the highest available… Expand

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