There is so much advice about the best diet to manage type2 diabetes, spacing from low carbohydrate, ketogenic and low glycaemic diet…but which one is the best? First of all, let’s understand what those diets are: *Low carbohydrate diet: there are no set rules for what a “low carb” diet is, but most professionals agree…
3 STEPS TO HEALTHIER SKIN
by Lucia Stansbie
One of the root causes of clogged and problematic skin is an excess of toxins which can overwhelm two of our primary detoxification organs: the liver and kidneys.
If this is the case, extra toxins will be eliminated via our largest detoxification organ, the skin.
The skin can easily become overwhelmed, resulting in eczema, impurities, excess oil, and general lack of radiance.
To restore skin health and radiance we should:
*Reduce toxins that enter our system
*Nourish the body
Switching to a CLEAN, non-toxic lifestyle (as best we can) goes a long way to reducing the workload of the body and the waste that needs to be processed.
Starting with personal care products is a first step in the right direction. Remember: anything that goes on your skin goes into your body, just as if you are eating it. Many natural products are as – or more – effective than overly elaborated conventional ones.
The liver is our main detoxification organ, so it is very important to support its function.
Detoxification pathways required adequate nutrition, especially B vitamins, antioxidants, proteins, and sulphur based compounds found in cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, kale, rocket, cauliflower…).
In order to support elimination of toxins via urine, it is crucial to drink plenty of water and further ensure adequate hydration through consuming plenty of vegetables and fruits.
NOURISH THE BODY
When choosing which foods to eat, we want to make sure that we are providing nourishment as well as hydration. 10 portions per day of raw fruits and veggies will tick both of these essential boxes, whereas things like processed foods, caffeine, dairy, excessive animal proteins, sweets, and excessive grains will not.