The skin you have today will be totally renewed within two months. In fact, the body you have today, all your cells and tissues, will be totally new within a year. This is because your body turns over 6 billion cells each day and new ones are made to replace them. The pimple you have right now is not the one you had a month ago and it's certainly not the same blemish you had last year. So, whatever your skin condition may be, whether it is quite okay or out of control, you can improve your skin quality and have fantastic looking skin within only eight weeks..and The Healthy Skin Diet will show you how. The Healthy Skin Diet is designed to supply your body with the specific building materials to make gorgeous skin. Beautiful skin is created by a body that's functioning properly; by a body that is eliminating wastes efficiently, digesting food and transporting nutrients at lightning speeds around the body; it's not something exclusively reserved for the genetically blessed. You can have it too. With its eight basic guidelines, The Healthy Skin Diet will take the guesswork out of creating clear skin. You don't even have to have bad skin to follow The Healthy Skin Diet as this program is fantastic for overall health and wellbeing. You can be in your nineties or starting school, and there is even information for parents with babies suffering from eczema. So, if you have acne, eczema, psoriasis, dandruff, rosacea, the odd pimple or simply want to prevent premature ageing and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, this is the book for you. You'll also find the program works wonders for sinusitis, hay fever, asthma, arthritis and allergies! In fact, this book is the key not only to wonderful skin but to feeling wonderful too!
Table of Contents
About the author; Part 1: Getting started; Introduction; FAQs; Chapter 1: Who can benefit from the Healthy Skin Diet?; Chapter 2: Your skin; Part 2: Eight guidelines for healthy skin ; Chapter 3: Guideline No. 1: Think green and friendly; Chapter 4: Guideline No. 2: Eat moisturising foods; Chapter 5: Guideline No. 3: Eat less!; Chapter 6: Guideline No. 4: Be a sleeping beauty; Chapter 7: Guideline No. 5: Sweat for fifteen minutes each day; Chapter 8: Guideline No. 6: Have a good skin-care routine; Chapter 9: Guideline No. 7: Become a hat person; Chapter 10: Guideline No. 8: Relax and make peace with your body; Part 3: Specialised programs; Chapter 11: Acne; Chapter 12: Cellulite; Chapter 13: Dandruff; Chapter 14: Cradle cap; Chapter 15: Eczema/dermatitis; Chapter 16: Children's Clear Skin Program; Chapter 17: Psoriasis; Chapter 18: Rosacea; Part 4: Being beautiful and healthy; Chapter 19: Beauty breathing; Chapter 20: How to be beautiful; Chapter 21: The Healthy Skin Diet ; Chapter 22: The Healthy Skin Menu - structured plan; Appendix 1: Additives to avoid; Appendix 2: Recipes; Appendix 3: Recipes for natural cleaning products
Karen Fischer is a nutritionist who specialises in skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, acne and premature ageing. She has a Bachelor of Health Science Degree from the University of New England (Armidale) and a three-year Nutrition Diploma from the Nature Care College (Sydney, Australia). As a nutritionist, Karen has treated everyone from babies to grandmothers suffering from a diverse range of skin disorders and in this book she presents effective and results-driven information in a reader-friendly manner. Karen also writes health columns for various Australian publications and does voluntary health and nutrition talks at high schools around the country.