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Buy a whole chicken, eat the meat+skin and stuff, put the bones in a big pot of water, let it simmer for 2-4 hours. Use the broth for soup with fresh organic vegetables, try to have this meal as often as possible and make sure the chicken was fed it's natural diet/pastured/not given antibiotics. If you grow tired of the taste start using beef, lamb, fish, duck, rabbit, etc. bones. Make sure the animal lived a good life, they're more nutritious that way. When I was eating nothing but bone broth based soups for a week, I saw the most progress I'd ever seen my skin make in over 5 years. It's because bone broth contains everything your gut lining is made of and your gut, your GI tract, is 80% of your immune system.
At night put raw coconut oil on your face. I know it may seem odd because your skin type has been described as "oily" and putting anything on your skin seems odd and counter-productive, but trust me. It'll help to draw toxins out and make it more soft. Emollient herbs/oils have this property, of skin softness.
Ive got a few questions about this soup
how do I have to prepare a chicken (cook it, fry or what)? and should I add all vegetables to the pot during simmer or eat them separately? Ive used coconut oil for 3 days but now I must put it also on my skin. I never done it before
my skin is much oily after 5 hours. :/
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if you want to know why its cuz, ejucation=alot of DHT
im talking from personal experience
I also stopped masturbating
Don't fry it, silly. Sautee or lightly cook it in coconut oil, duck fat, butter, etc. just until the meat's all white, I was mostly talking about buying a pastured rotisserie chicken but you could buy a whole bird if you like and cook it in the oven too. Just use fresh/dried herbs and onions or garlic or whatever you want, lemon goes well on a baked chicken. As for the vegetables in the broths later, it depends on your digestion. If your digestive tract is sensitive (your stomach's always upset, loose or hard stool, constipation, etc.) then I'd recommend cooking the vegetables well, especially things with a tough stalk like cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, and celery. Add things like garlic, greens, and onions last minute though because you don't want those overcooked.