Friday, July 2, 2010

Nutrition is the Key to Healthy Skin

Summer is here and it's time to get your glow on!

Nutrition and hydration are the keys to healthy skin. Consume omega-3 supplements on a regular basis, take astaxanthin (, drink plenty of clean water, and drink raw, fresh juice on a regular basis. Also be sure to take in plenty of trace minerals through sources like sea, Himalayan and Celtic salt. Healthy salt allows your skin and body to hold on to water, lubricating joints, boosting nervous system function and smoothing out the skin. Good sources for healthy see salt are or Good sources may also be found in your local health food store.

Here are some foods to avoid if you want healthy skin:

  • Avoid MILK and DAIRY products. Read: Four Ways Milk Causes Acne at
  • Avoid FRIED foods, including fried snack chips.
  • Avoid pharmaceuticals, since many of them cause skin hypersensitivity to sunlight, and that can lead to skin damage (especially if you're not taking astaxanthin).
  • Avoid DEAD foods (manufactured foods or processed foods), as they contain chemical additives, unhealthy oils and nutritionally-depleted ingredients (like white flour) that strip the skin of nutrients.
If change seems overwhelming to you, take one item at a time and integrate that new habit into your daily lifestyle for a week, than add a second, then a third, and so on.


PS--LNH does not accept any liability for products suggested, nor do we receive any gratis from the manufacturer. Mention is purely made for the convenience of the reader at the suggestion of Mike Adams, our friend and globally respected Health Ranger.

This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. None of the products mentioned here are intended to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any disease.

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