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From: Bronwyn (
Subject:         Skin aging
Date: December 27, 2012 at 12:33 am PST

Hello Dr Graham, the argument goes that plenty of sun exposure causes skin
aging/wrinkling, therefore we should reduce sun exposure. At the same time,
we require plenty of sun exposure to ensure adequate Vitamin D uptake. I'm
wondering whether skin aging/wrinkling is a perfectly natural occurrence and
whether our resistance to it reflects our vanity, rather than our interest in
optimum health. Has the raw food industry made the mistake that young-
looking skin on an older person is a reflection of good health? Thank you

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