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‘Hypothermia means the body temperature has fallen below 35 degrees Celsius or about 95 degrees Fahrenheit. It occurs when your body can’t produce enough energy to keep the internal body temperature warm enough. It can kill you.’ – American Heart Association
“Cold weather sometimes creates a perfect storm of risk factors for cardiovascular problems.
“A mismatch between supply and demand” says Dr. Randall Zusman, a cardiologist with Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts General Hospital.
Cold weather can decrease the supply of oxygen-rich blood to your heart muscle.
Such a mismatch-a smaller supply of oxygen to the heart coupled with a greater demand for oxygen by the heart-sets you up for a heart attack.
Sunscreen lotion alone doesn’t guarantee your skin is safe from the harmful effects of UV rays from the sun, which is why besides using a sunscreen lotion, you need to also eat foods containing antioxidants.
“Studies have found that antioxidants reduce the likelihood of skin cancer and also neutralize free radicals to slow aging,” – Dr. Neil Sadick, board certified dermatologist, New York City.
So, which foods provide the best antioxidants that keep your skin protected against the harsh summer sun?