If you spend your summer vacation soaking up rays, you may want to stock up on salmon for dinner.
Skin expert Adèle Green says healthy omega-3 fatty acids in salmon and other oily fish can boost your skin's defenses against the sun's UV damage.
According to EatingWell.com, "Scientists think the omega-3s act as a shield, protecting cell walls from free-radical damage. So next time you head to the beach remember your sunscreen and hat, and make reservations at a restaurant that serves great seafood."
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Author: John McGran