I have bought some Mexoryl Anthelios, they arent cheap.
so I'd prefer to go the food route to increase my resistance to sun damage
so I read Peaks Article and I have a few questionshttp://www.peaktestosterone.com/Skin_Diet
) Foods. Many foods have some - not enough mind you - sunscreen-like protection in small but significant quantities. For example, the lycopene in tomato sauce, tomato paste and ketchup has been shown in one study to be very protective of your skin from sun damage.  Researchers gave participants the equivalent of 5 tablespoons of tomato paste per day and noticed 33% less damage from UV radiation, which is roughly the equivalent of SPF 1.3. CAUTION: Be cautious about eating any tomato product from a tin can: it can leach out a nasty xenoestrogen.
I have noticed I love tomato paste over marinara sauce
I use bionaturae tomato paste....BPA free glass jars.http://www.bionaturae.com/tomatoes.html
If I eat move than 5 tablespoons a day, wont my SPF protection go up? Berries. One phytochemical in berries, elagic acid, was given to mice and found to be photoprotective against UVB radiation.  I am unsure what dosage this translates to but this wonder chemical decreased wrinkles, decreased inflammation, promoted collagen and thickened skin, all Holy Grails of the skin care world.
I eat about half-1 cup of berries(blue,, red,, black, staw) a day AND I take 1 gram of ellagic acid(from Purebulk)http://purebulk.com/pomegranate-extract-ellagic-acid
I dont have access to the study you cited in the article above, do you think this is enough to increae UVB protectoin or should I increase the amounts I take?Tea, Prunes and Apples. These nutritional powerhouses were associated with less skin wrinkling.  Probably any dark colored fruit or vegetable packed with antioxidants and flavanoids like these will have the same effect.
I eat apples but the prunes have high sugar content, so my question is when is it best to eat them? I'm thinking before
I work out, burn calories, as opposed to sitting on my ass in front of the computer typing more posts in this thread!