I hope you are all having a safe and fun-filled summer! June is here and the sun is out! Did you know that you can get your sunscreen from the foods you eat? We all like to enjoy the sun and of course we all need that extra Vitamin D but without the wrinkles! 

Being more conscious of what we eat can really help aid in protection of our skin from those harmful UVA and UVB rays. Plus who doesn’t want to look radiant?! Since our skin is the only one we get we must treat it with kindness.  Foods like salmon, watermelon, heirloom tomatoes, pomegranate seeds and bell peppers help in naturally protecting your delicate precious skin. Read more on all of these foods and how their nutrients can protect your skin. I also found out that Aspen tree bark contains 5% sunscreen! So on your next hike in Colorado, look for the white dust on the bark and there is your sunscreen. Pretty cool! 

Happy summer and enjoy all those delicious sun fighting foods! 

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