Do You Like Looking in the Mirror and Visualizing a Healthy Face?
Now that school is back in session, with all the school activities including Friday night dances, the kids want to look their best. That includes a fresh, clear face. It’s difficult to feel confident and at your best when you might be fighting a case of acne and unsightly blemishes. Now there is great hope for everyone. Of course, it’s very helpful to eliminate certain foods to maintain healthy facial skin. The main culprits are sugar, carbohydrates and starchy foods like grains, cereals and root vegetables. The primary cause of acne is bacteria that is harbored in the gut. The foods mentioned above feed the harmful bacteria in the gut which then can cause blemishes and more serious acne. There are a number of nutrients that can also help to support healthy facial skin. Of course, we need vitamin A, not beta-carotene but true vitamin A, vitamin B6 and most importantly potassium, and sulfur which can destroy harmful bacteria in the gut. With the right combination of nutrients, acne can be cleared in a few weeks.