Healthy Skin And A Super Tan From The Inside

Dr. Bernard Vodnoy, a retired ophthalmologist from South Bend,Indiana, has lectured for 16 years worldwide about the roles sunlight and nutrition play in a healthy lifestyle. At 84, Dr. Vodnoy tans every day at home yet has the skin of a man 40 years his junior. What's his secret?

According to Vodnoy, poorly nourished skin, not sunlight is the cause of skin cancer. He blames the "Standard American Diet" laden with fatty foods, chemical preservatives and other artificial agents that clog arteries and harm our bodies over time. By age 18, he says, bad diet leaves most Americans with a form of arteriosclerosis-a thickening of the walls of blood vessels that inhibits nutrients from reaching points in the body. The outer layers of skin, which have no blood vessels, are denied nutrition by this phenomenon. This leaves the skin more susceptible to damage.

Dr. Vodnoy, who eats only natural foods and is a vegetarian, shuns the medical establishment for encouraging people to avoid sunshine, especially considering the many positive physical and psychological effects that have been associated with moderate sun exposure. Vitamin D from sunlight cannot be substituted by dietary vitamin D, Vodnoy said.

The most powerful strategy you can employ to get vibrant skin, according to Robert Crayhon, M.S.,C.N.,
named one of the top 10 nutritionists in America, is to pursue optimum health.

Crayhon believes that almost every skin problem can be helped through eating a more health-promoting diet. Skin requires the right kind of fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. A chapter in his book, Nutrition Made Simple, is dedicated to achieving and maintaining healthy skin. "If you have been good to your body your skin will show it", he says.

The thinning ozone layer and over consumption of refined omega-6 fats like corn oil, safflower oil, and sunflower oil may increase the risk of skin cancer, while toxic chemicals in many tanning lotions may also damage the skin when mixed with free-radical producing sunlight. Many of the toxins in our environment and food supply may also damage the skin as they are excreted through the skin in the presence of sunlight.

Crayhon suggests choosing sunscreens and tanning lotions that are rich in antioxidants and as low in synthetic chemicals as possible. He recommends increasing your intake of antioxidants vitamin A,C,E, beta-carotene, B2, zinc, selenium, taurine, and NAC. Take all of the antioxidants rather than just one or two of them. Many studies have shown that antioxidants may be a very important strategy for preventing skin cancer.

Your Skin Is A Reflection Of The Nutrients You Put In Your Body...Both Through Diet And Supplementation

Your skin requires an abundant supply of specific nutrients to help maximize your tanning potential. Vitamin C, Magnesium, Zinc and Essential Fats are extremely important ingredients for healthy skin. Water is also very important. Drink 6-8 glasses of purified water every day.

The nutritional supplements and formulas we sell like, Fish-Free Omega Oils are not only beneficial for optimum health, but improve your skins' ability to achieve and maintain a tan as well. Users notice healthier and stronger hair, skin, and nails. An essential formula in improving most skin conditions, many state that chronically dry skin conditions disappear.
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