Vitamin E is an important vitamin that will help neutralize cancer causing radicals. This is very beneficial when it comes to the sun’s harmful rays. UVA and UVB rays cause free radicals that destroy our skin cells and slow the production of new ones. It is also known for causing melanoma, which is a common skin cancer that can develop on the surface of the skin. Left alone without treatment, it can spread and attack major organs, which can then be fatal. Vitamin E not only helps in the protection against UVA and UVB harmful rays, but it also has anti-aging capabilities. It can be formulated with potent anti-oxidants that can also slow the aging process.
Dr. Wright’s Tip
Vitamin E is a shield against UVA and UVB rays. It is an anti-aging supplement that can be found in numerous foods like fruits which include apples, nectarines, apricots, mango, kiwi and peaches; vegetables like broccoli and sweet potatoes, nuts and fish. By eating a well-balanced meal with Vitamin E, your daily protection against the sun and harmful free-radicals is increased. Remember, for a higher percentage of sun protection, apply sunscreen to ensure sun safety. Also, to banish broken capillaries, try avoiding direct exposure to the sun.