Acne shows us that something inside of us is not working correctly. Our liver might be overworked, our gut health is poor, or our immune and lymphatic system is not working correctly.
Acne is just a symptom of an internal issue.
Getting rid of acne with the right foods is possible, but I always recommend checking in with your nutritionist or doctor before making treatment changes.
Below is a recipe for the clear skin salad, packed with nutrients needed for clear skin and to reduce inflammation.
Skin health benefit of eating the clear skin salad with microgreens!
Good for people with poor kidney and liver function. They contain more vitamins and minerals than the mature version of a vegetable.
Microgreens are rich in potassium, iron, zinc, magnesium, and copper. Zinc plays a significant role in healing acne.
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One of my favorite leafy greens, not only because of its spicy taste but also because of all the vitamins. Baby Arugula contains a lot of Vitamin A. In this recipe, we have 40 % DV of vitamin a. Vitamin A is also an essential Vitamin we need to heal acne for good.
Sweet onion & red onions: Onions are anti-inflammatory and used to fight infections. When it comes to reducing acne, an anti-inflammatory diet is essential to prevent breakouts and to speed up the acne healing process.
Cucumber: Cucumbers contain silica. Silica is a beauty mineral that promotes healthy hair, nails, and skin.
Citrus fruits: Clementine provides 60% DV of Vitamin C, which supports collagen production, the immune system, and ageless, clear skin.
Pumpkin Seed: Pumpkin seeds are very in magnesium and high in anti-oxidants. Pumpkin seeds contain zinc which is vital to clear up your skin and reduce acne.