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Glowing Vegan

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  1. Glowing Vegan

    Can Diet Cure Acne?

    Changing my diet helped my acne tremendously! It was not easy in the beginning...many bumps and lots of frustrations!! I didn’t think something as simple as my diet would heal my skin or was the cause to 100% of my break-outs. Your organs require organic (naturally occurring) vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients to function well. The link in my siggy takes you to my "healing journey"...shows before and after and everything in between
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    Are Natural Sweeteners Ok?

    I consume natural sugars and my skin does not seem to mind.... Maple Syrup- I go for Grade B or C since they are less refined than Grade A Agave- I stay away from the ones they carry in the supermarkets cause they tend to be crap. Instead I use http://www.volcanicnectar.com/ or http://www.ultimatesuperfoods.com/ Honey- Raw unrefined honey is best...Raw Manuka honey is great for internal and external use Stevia- I stay away from the white refined stevia...Id might as well use regu
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    Perfect Diet? I Want Your Opinions

    Yes!! Dandelion is wonderful at assisting the liver to eliminate toxins..so is Milk Thistle Seed. Another great tea is Senna leaf because it helps cleanse the colon....but gives horrible cramps when taken alone, so it’s better to drink chamomile and ginger tea with it. Any "acne diet" should consist of foods and herbs that help repair the elimination organs: liver, colon, lungs, kidneys, and skin...and avoid foods that tax those organs...like synthetic supplements, animal products, coffee, soda,
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    Hormonal Acne Affected By Diet?

    Awww...gosh (*big hug*) I totally understand where you are coming from!! I hated to see ppl with Pristine skin eating french fries, chips, drinkin soda....while im eating a salad, fresh fruit and veggies...thinking "why me!!" But now that I look back...im glad for the pimples, cause they made me take a deeper look at my health and I learned what true health and wellness was all about. If you listen to your pimples, then you can uncover many unbalances within the body. Soo many ppl think just cau
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    has anyone here tried chinese herbs for acne?

    This is a great site for TCM... http://www.theforgottenfoods.com/ I take the Blood Regenerating formula.
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    Too Much Weight Lost On Acne Diet

    I had the same problem when I became a Vegan. I was already small as well and lost 15 lbs. My acne was awful and the healthy food jus seemed to make it worse. I was avoiding just about everything because I thought it was "breaking me out"...and just ate the same things every single day!! The main thing I avoided was soy....which was very hard as a new Vegan..lol. But after much reading on natural healing...I started to do cleanses...blood, liver, colon..the works...that’s how I became Vegan. I l
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    Before and After

    Before and after pics of my skin on a Vegan diet
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    Does Anyone Else Have Problems W/ Nuts?

    I used to have problems with almonds...every time I ate them I broke out...a lot. I used to have really bad acne...cystic, whiteheads, and blackheads...the works! You know, those huge nasty pimples that never came to surface (cowards!) and took WEEKS to go away..ugh they are the worst and hurt like crap! After detoxing my body with herbs and whole foods (mainly in raw form) I can eat them with no problem! Yippee. I mainly focused on cleansing my liver and colon.
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    Best Natural Face Wash?

    I usually wash with black soap that I get from www.nasabb.com. I have been using this for about 4 yrs now. I try to stay away from facial washes only because they tend to have too many ingredients for my sensitive skin