Super Foods for Beautiful Skin

“You are what you eat” is a saying that you have probably heard before, yet likely dismissed. However, it turns out that what you eat, can in fact, affect every aspect of your physical health and your well-being – especially your skin.

A recent study found that people who consumed a diet made up of completely natural foods did not develop acne, while those whose diets consisted largely of refined carbohydrates were more prone to this troubling skin condition. The reason? Cakes, cookies, white breads and pastas, along with other refined carbs, cause a serious spike in blood sugar levels. When blood sugar levels are high, hormone levels surge, which, in turn, causes acne.

On top of that, like all of the other organs within the body, your skin needs certain nutrients in order to remain healthy. If you are eating a diet that doesn’t contain the proper nutrients, not only are you at an increased risk for developing acne, but your skin could lose its elasticity, become even become sallow.

As the largest organ, your skin does a lot for your health. It protects you from illness and disease, shields internal organs and the musculoskeletal system, and it also affects the way you look. If your skin is unhealthy, not only can you see it, but you can also feel it.

So, how can you make sure your skin is in good health? By altering your diet. Cut out those refined carbs and replace them with foods that have been found to nourish the skin.

Super Foods for Beautiful Skin

Written by Dr. Steven Rosen
Many great inventions and discoveries in the world were unintentional or just plain accidents. The story you are about to read concerning a breakthrough in the cosmetics field relates another great accidental discovery. In 1985, in an office in South Florida, Dr. Steven Rosen, a dentist at that time was working on a patient. The patient was a private investigator. Medication was given to the patient to alleviate the pain associated with his treatment. Two days later, the patient noticed a dramatic improvement not only in the pain level, but in his skin as well. His face, which was full of razor bumps, had cleared up! The man couldn't wait to tell the dentist what had happened. He called the dentist on the phone. He asked the dentist what he was doing to him. The dentist was worried and asked what he was talking about. He told the dentist that something the dentist was doing was clearing up his razor bumps. He told the dentist that since he started shaving 15 years earlier, he had tried everything available for razor bumps and nothing had worked until now. The investigator began to tell the dentist how important this discovery was. He mentioned that the dozens of products already on the market did not come close to producing the dramatic results he had achieved. He also said that this was a big problem in the military where a clean shave was required or you would have to get a shaving clearance from the dermatologist. Lawsuits had been filed in industry by workers who were fired because they were unable to get a clean shave for example where gas mask use was required Police must have clean shaves and so on. The dentist realized the importance of this discovery and determined which ingredient in the medication was improving the skin. Realizing that the ingredient could not be taken internally for long periods of time, the two men experimented with the formula in an attempt to apply it directly to the skin. It worked. It then took nine long years work to create a workable product and learn how to reach the market. . The dentist had a great discovery. Other uses for the formula arose in the same "chance" way that the formula was discovered. Women who bought the product for their husbands or boyfriends started trying it on ingrown hair problem they had from shaving, waxing, and having electrolysis on their legs, bikini lines, and underarms. Not only did they report to the dentist that the ingrown hair problems had cleared, but that the formula worked as an excellent underarm deodorant. And the rest is history……… Thank you for letting us tell our story. We hope you enjoyed it.