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Eat your Sunscreen and Stay Out of the Sun

As much as we love warm, sunshine-filled days, it’s so important to protect our skin from the elements, including the sunshine. National Stay out of the Sun Day is this Sunday. It is a perfect chance to learn ways we can achieve the health benefits of the sunshine, without the sun. Sunburns are a type of inflammation, and supplementation and your diet can support that repair. 

 

Supplementation 

 

Isotonix Vitamin D: while Vitamin D is often referred to as the sunshine vitamin, Isotonix Vitamin D is paired with Vitamin K for healthy calcium absorption and utilization. Rather than spend added time in the sun to increase Vitamin D levels, one serving of Vitamin D provides just what you need each day. 

 

Heart Health Essential Omega III Fish Oil: these healthy fats can help to reduce inflammation and promote healing. 

 

Pure Collagen+: this formulation offers 10g of hydrolyzed collagen to support collagen maintenance throughout the body as well as elastin which helps replenish the breakdown caused by sun exposure. 

 

Eat Your Sunscreen 

 

Vitamin D Foods 

Eating a nutritious diet is a great starting point to any wellness routine and it’s no different for Vitamin D levels. I always try to opt for vitamin d-rich foods, including salmon, eggs, and mushrooms. 

 

Healthy Fats 

Omega-3s help to reduce inflammation in your body and promote healing. Good sources types of fish, flaxseeds, and walnuts. 

 

Antioxidant-Rich Foods 

The vitamins and antioxidants in vegetables help to protect cells from the effects of UV radiation. Leafy greens and tomatoes are particularly good. Antioxidants can help reduce inflammation and free radicals in your cells, as well as protect against sunburn and skin damage. In addition to veggies, berries, beans, nuts, and green or black tea have high antioxidant properties. 

 

 

Sleep Quality 

Not only does a day of sunshine make us feel tired but sunlight helps with regulating sleep patterns. Setting yourself up for a good night’s sleep is about more than soaking in the sun. Try setting an evening routine, including your skincare, a glass of Isotonix Turn Down, putting your phone down, and reading before bed. 

 

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

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