Pimple Free Diet
“what happened to your face?” “what did you do to your face?” those are the questions and compliments from people who’ve seen me before. sometimes they got even stunned. They will check every corner of my face. Simple way of saying “the pimples are gone! Nawala ang Tigyawat na tinubuan ng muka!?” Then that will be the start of a long or short convertion about cleansing, how to be a health concious or a healthy life.
I’ve been to a dermatologists since 2005 and they adviced me to eat the right food. Dermatologist will help you to prevent the pimples but not totally to stop it.but if you dont’ eat right visiting derma is useless and wasting a lot of money. Seek for a trusted dermatologist dont’ get decieved by commercial products and doctors.
Zen Skin Care is a Trusted Clinic and Only Dr. Celestina Ngo-Geronimo touches my skin. (haha) Doc Ngo recommended me to use their Plant-Based Products such like Bearberry and Basil Leaves Creame. (She advised me not to eat chicken way back 2005. i did, but after a year of salivatating, i eat again. Lack of Self-control and Self-Discipline, Poor me!) The choice is still yours. the food that we eat will help more than the products we use to our face.
According to Dr. Bernard Jensen, author of “Food that Heal” healthy skin is a sign of a healthy liver and healthy intestine. So if you want to have a healthy skin, clean your liver/intestine first.
If you have skin outbreaks, you’re in need of some serious internal cleansing. As an organ of detoxification, your skin is a reflection of what is going on deep beneath the surface. If you’ve got bad skin, your body is overloaded with toxins and your liver is screaming for help.
10-Month old of being a Non-Meat-Eater and i am still counting and i dont’ have any plan to go back with God’s mercy. I was influnced by a lot of reasons, reading about health guide, watching documentaries and film about food and i was so blessed for having a Physician friend a Health enthusiast, whole food cognoscente and Vegetarian for more than a year now. Dr. Janice Gotardo-de Guzman. I always seek for her advise about food, what to eat and don’t, colon cleansing, juice fasting and vegetarianism. (Your graciousness is appreciated girl! Mwahh.)
When I made the connection between the foods I put in my mouth and the health of my liver, the battle was basically won right then and there.
Now im proud to say that the price of being vegetarian has been recognized by people around me. And this is the best way to influence others. (like @iamsherwind, @ylisza, @marifegrefiel, @photchi_24, katty Salvador, @mindeeanne, Lanilyn Joy Apinado, Argie purisima and William Ragrag)
Make your liver happy and your skin will be happy. Making your liver happy is easy. Eat the foods that makes it happy! Your liver does not appreciate toxic foods like alcohol, caffeine, drugs, deep fried foods, cooked oils, refined carbohydrates, sugar, or food additives. Your liver likes fresh greens, fruit, vegetables, and lots of water! Aim to keep the ratio of happy liver foods at 4:1 with the unhappy liver foods, and you will see a drastic improvement in your skin within weeks.
As you start the detoxification process, your skin may get worse before it gets better (just like mine! And its’ really FRUSTRATING!) If you really want to focus on improving liver and skin health, cleanse your body and completely forgo foods that cause outbreaks for awhile
You should have seen me before!
The Price of Being Vegetarian
Add bitter foods to your diet to encourage liver health
Foods good for the Liver
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