A 17% Decreased Risk of Skin Cancer Just By Eating More Cantaloupes, Carrots, and Sweet Potatoes

A new study found that people who consumed more plant-based foods rich in vitamin A had a 17 percent lower risk of developing one kind of skin cancer.

Published Aug 1, 2019

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