Consuming juices and exposing skin to sun can produce melanoma, researchers found

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As an example, participants who consumed whole grapefruit at least three times every week witnessed skin cancer risk increased by 41% than those who did not consume the fruit at all. However, no cause-and-effect link between skin cancer and citrus fruit consumption was found. Study’s senior researcher Dr. Abrar Qureshi appreciated that the photoactive chemicals present in citrus fruits make skin more susceptible to sunburns and cancer. In other words, without consistent sun exposure thee is no risk to juice consumption. For the instant the study was not extended for other fruit juices and researchers not recommend to  eliminate them from alimentation. The warning seems to be instead about to avoid excesses in our life because sometimes unexpected reactions in our body can occur.

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