Melanoma Cancer

Vitamin A Helps to Protect Against Melanoma

…developing melanoma by 40 percent. Interestingly, they also found that the protective effects of vitamin A were stronger in women than men. What’s also important to note is that eating foods rich in vitamin A and/or beta-carotene didn’t lower skin cancer risk. So to get these cancer-protective benefits…

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Health Benefits of Coffee: Prevent Skin Cancer

cancer. The researchers analyzed data from the Nurses’ Health Study conducted from 1984-2008, and followed 72,921 participants. One of the lifestyle traits they measured was coffee consumption. What they found is that the health benefits of drinking three or more cups a day lowered skin cancer risk…

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How to Get the Most Out of the Summer Sun

…squid, and krill oil reduce UV-induced inflammation. * Take vitamin A, which can reduce the risk of melanoma by 40 percent. Eating foods rich in vitamin A won’t do the trick. To get these cancer-protective benefits you need to take a multivitamin that includes vitamin A. Because supplement labels…

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How Safe Are Your Supplements?

…for type 2 diabetes, metformin (Glucophage). * Large-scale research has shown vitamin A supplements reduce the risk of melanoma by 40 percent. * Supplemental selenium can reduce cancer death rates by as much as 50 percent—which was reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association. * Folic…

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