ACNE! The Big Healthy Skin Killer

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ACNE! The Big Healthy Skin Killer

 

The paleo diet doesn’t necessarily lead to beautiful skin, because the diet is high in grains. Many people believe that getting rid of grains is the key to healthy skin. This is not true, You may want to try eating more fruit, which has a lot of vitamins and minerals.

You can have healthy skin by consuming more fruit, this is one of the best ways to acquire beautiful skin, fruit is a big plus in the paleo diet. However, you should avoid eating too much of it due to the high glucose content and added calories. You can use the fiber/fibre elements to help you go through the day without feeling hungry. You can also do things like drink fruit juice to help you have a fuller appetite, this is a plus for your skin because it prevents you from feeling hungry and in some instances, people comment it relieves boredom.

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Paleo, Guess What? It Works!

Another way to acquire healthy skin is to consume more green vegetables, consider eating more leafy greens as this will improve your immune system which at the time of writing this article is of massive importance due to COVID-19.

Getting rid of refined grains like pasta, white bread and cereals is a plus for you because it keeps your skin supple and soft. You will also be increasing the supply of vitamins and minerals that is necessary for your body to perform optimally. Another important point to consider is that getting rid of grains keeps your body from going into catabolism, which again, is a major plus for your skin.

But please take heed, you may not want to ingest too much fruit juice, as drinking too much juice can be bad for your health and also bad for your skin, because the toxic substances will be dispersed through your blood. A lot of the fruit juice contains preservatives and other chemicals that will lead to acne on your face. However, drinking the right amount of natural fruit juice should help reduce the likelihood of your body going into catabolism by stopping your body from going into oxidation mode.

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So, what is Oxidation Mode?

Oxidation is not good for your skin, because it causes your skin to become oily and prone to inflammation. It also causes your skin to suffer from dryness. That is, when your body is in oxidation mode, it is prone to storing up toxins in your body, including acne. In other words, getting rid of the bad grains in the diet will be a big bonus for your skin, because it will stop it from going into oxidation mode, and avoids having extra toxins stored up in your body.

These are the three enemies of healthy skin namely dairy, vegetable oils, and carbohydrates. All of these foods are bad for your overall health, but getting rid of these foods will be a big plus for your skin. Avoid processed foods and refined sugar as this can make acne worse. Processed foods are high in salt, carbs, sugar, and saturated fats. When you consume too many carbohydrates, and sugar you can get an insulin spike, and this just feeds your acne problem.

Good skin requires you to consume a lot of nutrients, but there are also certain nutrients that can help prevent acne. Eating a variety of vegetables particularly dark green vegetables and fruits like tomatoes and apricots is most beneficial for your skin.

How A Balanced Paleo Diet Can Help Reduce Acne

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Good skin is also not just about food, it is also about a lot of other things. Like how much exercise and rest your get. When you do not exercise your body will absorb fewer nutrients from your food. But when you exercise properly, you will get all the good nutrients from your food, and it will be more beneficial to your skin.

It is also important that you consume more than enough water. Water is always important in any case as it can detoxify your body and it can flush out the toxins in your body.

The best way to prevent acne is to make sure that you always consume the correct nutrients, exercise regularly, and drink plenty of water.

Heather Campbell | Editor & Specialist Content Writer (Mindfulness | Meditation | Gardening)
Heather Campbell | Editor & Specialist Content Writer (Mindfulness | Meditation | Gardening)
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