Healthy Glowing Skin

Everyone wants healthy glowing skin however many people do not realize the food they are consuming is causing a host of problems that can be avoided.  Focusing on topical skin care is only part of the solution.  Since the skin is our largest organ, anything we put on our skin gets absorbed into our body.  Many prescriptions for acne and skin related issues cause other side effects, for example killing your good gut flora, which could be avoided by changing what food you eat. Acne and eczema are good examples of the body showing inflammation externally.

External and internal sources cause oxidative damage to skin cells which leads to accelerated aging of the skin. External sources are too much exposure to the sun, smoking, and pollution which includes topical perfumes and scented lotions.  Internal sources are those things that cause inflammation from the inside out such as processed foods, dairy, gluten, sugar, drinking too much alcohol and stress.

There is no doubt that a healthy diet plays an essential role in healthy skin. A ketogenic diet focuses on eliminating inflammatory foods to give the body time to heal.  Most people don’t know that unbalanced hormones can also be a trigger for skin conditions, however a nutritional ketogenic diet can help balance hormones naturally.

A nutritional ketogenic diet and specific supplements for your condition can greatly help with acne, skin texture, wrinkles, and moisture content.

With my 30-day private coaching program, I evaluate your macronutrients specifically for you and your goals. Macronutrients are your personal daily intake for calories, protein, fat, and total carbohydrates. Finding the challenges & unknown common mistakes that are stopping you from reaching your goal is what my coaching program is all about.

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