Get Your Best Sun-Kissed Skin this Summer
(Without Compromising Your Health, Damaging Your Skin, or Using Harsh Chemicals)
If you’re someone who cares about your health, wants to enjoy sunshine safely, but also naturally get a golden tan, you already know that too much sun exposure can cause sunburn and increase your risk of skin cancer.
You probably also already know that that many sunscreens contain carcinogenic ingredients themselves, too, and you’ve been on the search for more natural alternatives.
But what you might not know is that no matter your skin tone, you can accelerate your body’s ability to tan naturally, and boost its resistance to burning, from the inside out―through the food you eat and how you live.
Do any of these sound like you?
- You’re fair-skinned and been burn-prone your whole life, and you’re constantly worried if you’re outside for more than 5 minutes without sunscreen and a hat
- You’ve got a trip to a sunny destination coming up, but you’re afraid your pasty white skin will instantly burn. You want those vacay rays to give you a deep golden brown tan and avoid a burn that will make your trip miserable
- You want a natural, sun-kissed glow so you can rock your swimsuit and summer dresses, but you also want to avoid the toxic chemicals and orange tinge of a fake tan
- You want to enjoy the outdoors safely, but you feel overwhelmed with all the conflicting advice and options. Is sun good for you? Bad for you? How much sun should you get and when? Which sunscreens are safe and non-toxic? Which should you avoid?
Did you find yourself nodding your head to any of the above?
It’s absolutely possible to enjoy sunshine safely and in moderation, to build a healthy natural glow, and increase your sun tolerance, no matter your skin tone―but there’s so much noise out there, it’s hard to know what’s fact and what’s fiction.
That’s why I created Eat Your Sunscreen, my ultimate 50+ page PDF guide to increase your sun tolerance, get a sun-kissed glow, and safely enjoy the sun during summer or on vacation.
When I went on a year-long sugar fast and radically reduced my carb intake, I noticed that I could tolerate being out in the sun for longer periods of time. For the first time in my light-skinned, burn-prone, ginger-haired life, I wasn’t burning after ten seconds of unprotected sunbathing. I had no idea why! Then I read Rosemary’s book and put two and two together. It was quite an eye-opener and inspired me to take a more scientific approach to my diet. I also began recognizing the other benefits of being able to absorb more sun, and started taking more care of my body and became, I think, more mindful once I began incorporating sugars and lower-carb items back into my diet. In short, it was an eye-opening book. Thank you, Rosemary!Kelli Rule, Portland, Oregon
About Rosemary Fotheringham, FNTP
I’m Rosemary Fotheringham, a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and self-proclaimed sun-worshipping lizard. 🦎
I’ve got a “tinge of the ginge” 👩🏼🦰 myself, with freckles and sensitive skin, and I’ve had my fair share of struggles with burning easily when out in sunlight.
I had always heard that sunlight in any dose was dangerous and should be avoided. I also thought that my tendency to burn was just down to genetics (i.e. my British Isles ancestry), and there was nothing I could do about it.
So, I was completely surprised to notice that my sun tolerance (and mood, weight, skin, hormones, and just about everything else!) dramatically changed for the better over ten years ago after I started eating a low-inflammatory paleo diet. I was quite enjoying my new ability to effortlessly and painlessly build up a base tan with no burning.
I got curious about the link between what we eat and our tendency to burn. In addition to my knowledge as a nutrition practitioner, I dove into research about sunlight and sun exposure, the role of Vitamin D and immunity, evolutionary history, and how our circadian rhythms (body clocks) are regulated by light.
The fact is: our current diets and lifestyles are completely mismatched with what our genes expect.
For millennia, our ancestors didn’t wear sunscreen. In the decades that we’ve been exposed to fear-mongering and “sun is bad” propaganda, we’ve been slathering on sunscreen and avoiding the sun―yet the incidence of skin cancer has skyrocketed.
Our indoor lifestyles mean we’re missing out on the protective, metabolism and immune-boosting effects of sunlight, and now we’re facing an obesity epidemic and rates of chronic disease that have never before been seen. The admonition to avoid the sun is clearly getting us nowhere.
Research is showing that moderate sunlight is a crucial component of health, and that what you eat affects how easily you burn. Getting enough sun while still avoiding burning, and avoiding toxic, chemical-laden sunscreens allows our bodies to produce Vitamin D, which is protective against skin cancer and chronic disease.
Eating the right diet and making some changes to your habits boosts your body’s ability to resist sunburn and effortlessly tan, knocks out the aging effects of sun, and gives you a natural, healthy glow.
And that’s what I can teach you how to do.
If you want to know the facts about sunscreen and its implications on your health, but not feel completely overwhelmed, this book is for you! Seriously, you won’t be disappointed. Rosemary presents easy-to-follow steps on how to get the best sun-kissed skin without compromising your health. If you’re on the fence about this book, consider this your sign to add to your summer reading list!Sara Wright Lloyd, Fresno, California, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner & Founder of Voyage Holistic Wellness
Here’s what you’ll get in the instant download of your 59-page Eat Your Sunscreen PDF guide.
- How Much Sun You Should Get: Why why fearing the sun is wrong and your sunscreen isn’t doing you any favors, and what amount of daily sun exposure is right for your optimal health
- What To Eat: The specific foods and nutrients to eat that will help you get a golden tan, protect from the sun, fight aging, and keep you feeling vibrant
- What Not To Eat: Foods to avoid that are making you more prone to sunburn and increasing your risk of skin cancer
- Best Natural Sunscreen Options: Recipes for homemade non-toxic sunscreens, plus my best recommendations for store-bought sunscreens
- Best Natural Sunburn Relief: Practical strategies to relieve a sunburn naturally, both topically and supplementation
- 8 Delicious Sun Protection Recipes: Made with delicious whole foods to protect your body from aging and sun damage
- Basic Guide to Fats: A printable cheat sheet of which fats to eat and which to avoid to increase your sun tolerance and tan easier
- Recommended Supplements: The exact supplements you should take to boost sun tolerance, get a golden brown tan, and relieve a sunburn
BONUS: Eat Your Sunscreen Product Guide
Eat Your Sunscreen also includes a 6-page Product Guide PDF with further resources, tools, and recommendations, including:
- Foods and supplements
- Useful websites
- Direct-access lab testing you can order online
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