To gradually improve acne, we recommend that you change your eating habits to more appropriate foods.
*Wheat germ flakes on their own contains the vitamins B and E and Zinc.
Sprinkling the equivalent of a teaspoonful (10g) on your food every day can help to avoid spots (not suitable for Celiacs).
*Enjoy fish and seafood with a little butter and a dash of lemon juice to increase the intake of vitamins A and C.
*Whole grain cereals have a lot of silicic acid, especially Zinc. They are excellent for small the inflammatory foci and they facilitate hydration, as well as strengthening the hair.
We recommend swapping your muesli for mashed whole-grain cereals, with milk.
*Eat more offal ! This might not sound appealing but increasing your level of pork and calves' liver can not only be hugely beneficial, with a 100g portion producing 70 times our daily requirements of vitamin B, 27 times of vitamin A and more than half of the zinc, but it also delicious !
We recommend pan-frying the liver and serving with mushrooms and green vegetables !
*Fresh bean sprouts are excellent at fighting pimples and blackheads. This is due to their high content of pyridoxine, which helps to purify the skin.
Boil the bean sprouts and then cool in ice water to prevent flatulence.
To truly target acne, any imbalances in trace elements (zinc) and vitamins within the body, should ideally be restored to allow the body to re-establish its natural detoxifying and restructuring functions.
Being healthy on the inside really shows on the outside! For fast and targeted actions, we recommend our organic capsules Akno Natura Pure Skin Capsules.
*Stop consuming full-cream milk and if possible, all dairy products.
(We recommend conducting a trial period to test yourself and your skin's reaction to dairy products).
*A gluten intolerance can worsen Acne and may be lying undiscovered. Therefore, discard all foods containing gluten.
This includes: wheat, barley, rye, oats (split and derivatives), bread (except Essene Bread - loaves made with sprouted grains), pasta, semolina, flour, etc.
Carbohydrates that do not contain gluten include rice, millet, corn, chestnuts, potatoes, quinoa or germinated cereals....
*Do not drink sweetened beverages containing toxins.
For example: Coke, phosphoric acid, caffeine, alcohol or any chemical substance.
*Restrict sugar and sugary products, especially those containing refined sugar.