I wish I didn't need to stay out of the sun, but my last ordeal with getting skin cancer removed clearly says "stay indoors, or use hat, clothes and sunscreen"! Actually, a short 15 minutes of exposure a day in Texas provides plenty of vitamin D anyway. Beyond that, our sun just provide a legacy of wrinkles and skin cancer.
Name: Pat(rick) George Finland (previously England)
Like Linda I've suffered from melanoma. Needed an operation to remove affected lymph nodes followed by radiotherapy, which saved my life. Articles like the above scare the hell out of me. Follow any diet you like, but stick to the sunscreen.
My intension was not to cause anyone fear, this is not meant for anyone who wants to sunbath in the deep south for hours without Sunscreen. This is for average daily use. I never wear sunscreen because it is my belief it causes skin cancer. Whether my belief is right or wrong its my belief. I only offer alternatives. So stay with the sunscreen if that is your preferance.