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Yes, you are what you eat! Find out how to protect your skin through these simple Body Ecology detoxification techniques.
Yes, it is true, and it serves a number of purposes other than just a canvas to apply your makeup to every day. Skin protects, moisturizes, regulates temperature, and even offers us the sensation of touch…so that we can enjoy a soft, cashmere sweater or slipping into silky sheets when we go to bed.
Still, men and women of all ages agree that skin can often be a problem. Do you struggle with a number of common skin conditions, like dryness, acne, rosacea, wrinkles, excess oil production, or an uneven skin tone?
Fortunately, top skin experts have confirmed that you are what you eat and that your diet directly affects the quality of your skin. Eating the right foods can dramatically impact the appearance and health of your skin, and even better, it can alleviate many or all of the skin conditions mentioned above. This is something that is true for all skin types, whether your skin is normal, oily, combination, or dry and sensitive. In fact, expert dermatologist from the American Academy of Dermatology’s SKIN Academy, Susan C. Taylor, M.D., confirmed that it is vital to eat nutritious foods if you want to have healthy skin. Additionally, certain foods can aggravate and even trigger common skin conditions and disorders.
If you want to have clear and beautiful skin and also have a healthier body, the first step is detoxification!
Toxins can easily enter your body through the outside environment and immediately start to affect your cells, muscles, tissues, and certainly your skin. These toxins can come from eating processed foods as well as foods that contain pesticides or chemicals. Over-the-counter skincare products are also loaded with toxins that are easily absorbed through your skin and into your bloodstream where they circulate around your body and lodge in your cells. These toxins must be processed by your liver and here’s lies the source of many skin problems. In Chinese medicine it is well understood that your liver “rules” the health of your skin, your joints and your vision.
To protect your liver and your skin you’ll benefit from three simple dietary changes.
Sugar also feeds yeast. Candida, a common yeast infection, is often the cause of acne. Mineral deficiencies are directly linked to premature aging and wrinkles.
Cutting out processed sugars from your diet will prevent the negative effects of glycation, where simple sugars attach to proteins in your body advancing the process of aging in the skin. The bottom line? Eating less processed sugar means exceptional anti-aging results in younger and more radiant skin!
Try our natural Stevia sweetener to satisfy sugar cravings without the damaging effect of processed sugar in your diet.
The secret to beautiful skin is to feed it well and allow it to repair itself from the inside out. The truth is that your diet really does matter if you want to protect your skin from damage, prevent premature aging, and alleviate countless common skin conditions.
Are you ready to learn more on how to have beautiful skin and also turn back the hands of time?
American Academy of Dermatology (2007, November 15). What To Eat For Glowing Healthy Skin. ScienceDaily. Retrieved
Goepp, Julius. "B6 Vitamers: Natural Protection Against the Complications of Diabetes and Accelerated Aging - Life Extension." Life Extension Foundation. July 2009. Web. 16 Sept. 2010.
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