In This eBook You’ll Learn
- The 16 vitamins and minerals from nutritious whole foods that can treat acne, wrinkles, and other problem skin conditions
- Which nutrient has been clinically shown to support reduction in pruritis, scaling, and erythema
- A nutrient deficiency that can lead to dry skin and even dandruff and which handful of nuts to eat to get more of this moisture protecting nutrient
- About a nutrient that most medical professionals have labeled ‘non-essential’ that can actually slow the signs of skin aging
- The one supplement, which taken daily, may help reduce symptoms of acne, rosacea, atopic dermatitis, and psoriasis
There Is Strong Evidence for the Connection Between Skin Health and Nutrition.
People of all types and all ages struggle with skin conditions. It is all too common to be faced with conditions like acne, rosacea, or sun damage, and most people have experienced overly oily, dry, or wrinkled skin. Skin problems can be embarrassing and uncomfortable, or even painful.
While conventional medical professionals often discount the connection between skin health and nutrition, there is strong evidence to support the influence of our food choices on the health and vibrancy of our skin.
The Third Most Abundant Mineral in the Body?
Did you know that sulfur, for example, significantly affects the production of collagen in our skin?Sulfur, the third most abundant mineral in the human body, is an extremely important dietary compound for both skin health and overall wellness. Yet we rarely hear about sulfur in mainstream nutrition, and many people do not even know which foods provide it. In fact, a large proportion of our population is likely eating a diet deficient in sulfur.In this eBook, you’ll learn exactly how important sulfur is and why. You’ll also discover which natural whole foods to eat to ensure you’re getting enough sulfur in your diet.
Read more about how a nutrient-dense, whole foods diet, with particular attention paid to certain vitamins, minerals, and other compounds, is a powerful tool in the treatment of skin disease.
Many mainstream doctors and dermatologists typically deny any connection between diet and skin health. But, you don’t have to be one of the patients who misses the opportunity to make major improvements in your skin simply by changing what you eat.