If you live in Phoenix, it will come as no surprise to you that sunblock is a must year-round, not just when you are outside at the pool or enjoying a picnic at the park.
Vitamin D increases bone strength, lowers blood pressure and reduces the risk of heart attacks, diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis. Even in the sunniest places, Vitamin D is one of the most lacking nutrients in humans worldwide.
The foods you eat play a large role in the health of your skin. So what should you really be putting in your body? Doctor Andrew Newman, a resident dermatologist at Affiliated Dermatology, shares his insight on how what you put in your body affects your overall health.
We all know how quickly time passes, and our skin couldn’t agree more. Often beginning as early as your 30s, skin starts to reveal the first signs of aging, making this decade especially crucial for treating skin conditions that pop up and preventing them from worsening. Whether you’re in your 30s, 40s, 50s or older, you can still have the best skin you’ve ever had by following these golden rules.