Eating mostly unprocessed foods is the absolute ideal but when modern life gets in the way and we need to grab something convenient, it’s really important to be reading labels and knowing what to look out for.
Let’s start with ingredients.
Ingredients are listed in descending order of amount found in the food. So, for instance, if you
Our body’s are clever. We metabolise our own vitamin D in the skin and eyes through uv exposure, so with all our amazing sunshine in Australia, it’s kind of crazy to think that Vitamin D deficiency is in epidemic proportions. The ozone layer issue and education on skin cancer and sun damage has caused
Are you going a little too nuts on nuts? Nuts make a great skin friendly snack, high in protein and essential fatty acids but it’s all in the moderation.
Our diets tend to be overloaded with plant oils and nuts and seeds which are high in omega 6 whereas omega 3 which is found in high levels in fresh
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What you put in to your body eventually will become part of your skin so there’s no denying that you are what you eat! What you choose to include in your diet can either aggravate acne or help to heal it so it’s important to know what you should and shouldn’t be including in your weekly repertoire.
It’s as addictive as cocaine but according to a 2012 report Sugar Consumption in Australia: A statistical update Australians consume around 27 teaspoons of it on a daily basis.
It may seem like to be the latest fad to quit it, but the truth is Sugar is your skins greatest enemy.
We’ve all heard the myth that diet doesn’t cause
I’m Brooke Venables, I’m a naturopath, acne specialist and an ex-acne sufferer. I’ve been there, I know what you’re going through.