Skin care

Dietary Internet Chat with the Nutri Heart

For those of you who missed our web chat with the wonderful Nutri Center in May – here's a summary of everything we've discussed.

1. I recently noticed that I developed many small bumps under the skin. You're just wondering if I can get rid of them in any way? I try to eat healthy, but I like ice cream very much!

2. How can I increase my Omega 3 intake?

3. I am hypermobile everywhere and it is currently heavy in my shoulders. They crack and click with every movement and hurt so much. What could I do to help those clicking bones?

4. Is it true that certain foods are associated with acne? What foods do you recommend for clear skin?

5. What is the best natural skin supplement?

6. What kind of food or supplement would you recommend to people with dry skin and breakouts?

7. I was recommended to use Udo's oil to balance skin and eczema. Would you recommend this or is hemp oil better for the skin?

8. I get "angry" spots every month … I eat very healthy and think it could be a hormone imbalance (I also have a lot of pigmentation). What do you think and how can I address this through diet?

9. My skin is mostly clear, with occasionally inflamed pimples, but I have a terrible amount of small raised bumps on my cheeks and chin. Could something in my diet cause it?

10. I read earlier that skipping dairy products, gluten, and eggs can help fight stains. Is that correct? Can we do something else, how about going vegan?

11. I take hemp seed oil to support my omega intake, but I wonder if you know of any other alternatives?

12. Are there foods or supplements that I could eat or take to speed up skin healing from blemishes?

13. Are there foods that will help your skin recover, heal, and revitalize your shine? Even if I don't like cow's milk products, there are alternatives that would be better for my skin.

14. I have oily skin with small white bumps beneath the surface. What can I do?

15. I have acne scars. Can I eat or take anything that will help them?

16. I am a vegetarian with fairly bad acne. Could my skin problems be related to my diet?

17. As a vegetarian, do you have any tips for food supplements that I should take and that are currently excluded from my diet?

18. What is most likely "The Super Anti-Aging Food" …?

19. I have oily combination skin with acne and enlarged pores. I love candy and chocolate, can they really affect my skin?

20. My skin sometimes gets quite hot and I have some spider veins. I don't really drink alcohol or eat spicy food. Could there be another cause?

21. Is it true that eating dairy products causes acne? Would it be beneficial to remove it from my diet?

22. I have combination skin / oily skin, which often remains irritated and dehydrated due to the cold outside and the central heating inside. I try to eat healthy.

23. I suffer from red spots in summer, especially when the pollen count increases and my hay fever begins. Do you have any tips?

Q1 : I recently noticed that I developed many small bumps under the skin. You're just wondering if I can get rid of them in any way? I try to eat healthy, but I like ice cream very much!

A1 : I want your doctor to review your jobs to make sure that there is no underlying problem at first. If it is not serious, check that you are eliminating properly. Do you have bowel movements every day? If you are a bit sluggish I would suggest a gentle colon cleanse.

Q 2: How can we increase our intake of Omega 3?

A 2 : I would recommend eating two servings of oily fish a week alongside a flaxseed capsule or a fish oil capsule. I would not recommend eating more than x2 fish a week as there is a risk of mercury poisoning.

F 3: I am hypermobile everywhere and it is currently heavy in my shoulders. They crack and click with every movement and hurt so much. What could I do nutritionally to help those clicking bones?

A 3: I would definitely recommend a fish oil. In London there is an amazing woman named Nicole Parsons (nicoleparsons.co.uk) who specializes in conditions like hypermobility and could therefore be worth a visit.

F 4 : Is it true that certain foods are associated with acne? What foods do you recommend for clear skin?

A 4: Junk food, especially sugar, is not good for the skin at all – and contributes to both premature aging and breakouts. It is worth keeping a food diary to see if you are responding to certain foods, as even healthy foods can cause skin reactions if you don't tolerate them. I don't think cutting healthy foods makes sense if you don't respond to them, but a diet rich in a wide range of fruits and vegetables and essential fats will certainly help!

Q 5: What is the best natural supplement for the skin?

A 5 : If we only selected one, this would be the Viridian Clear Skin Complex and the associated oil – it is really comprehensive and was put together by other experts.

Q 6: What kind of food or supplement would you recommend to people with dry skin and breakouts?

A 6: Do you get enough essential fats in your diet? A lack of them can lead to dry skin. If so, your body may not be receiving them properly. Try to take lecithin granules as they help break down fats. A glass of lemon juice with water in the morning (drink through a straw as lemon is very acidic on your teeth) can also help cut fats.

F 7 : I was recommended to use Udo's oil to balance skin and eczema. Would you recommend this or is hemp oil better for the skin?

A 7: Both would be helpful, but Udo's oil is a better balance between Omega 3 and 6.

F 8: I get "angry" spots every month … I eat very well and think it could be a hormone imbalance (I also have a lot of pigmentation). What do you think and how can I address this through diet?

A 8: You definitely have to cut out the sugar and drink alcohol! Try to take Agnes Castus and chrome-rich foods, try a teaspoon of cinnamon a day, perhaps in a smoothie, that should help you.

F 9 : My skin is mostly clear, with occasionally inflamed pimples, but I have a terrible amount of small raised bumps on my cheeks and chin. Could something in my diet cause it?

A 9 : It is actually worthwhile to see a nutritional therapist, as there can be a multitude of things that can cause the clogged pores. A therapist will run a 5-7 day food diary with you to identify problems. What type of skin care and makeup products do you use? You could all contribute.

Q 10: I read earlier that skipping dairy products, gluten, and eggs can help combat areas, isn't it? Can we do something else, how about going vegan?

A 10 : I would not have thought that eggs would be a problem unless you expressly tolerated them – they can actually be helpful due to the sulfur content. We would only recommend a vegan diet if you seek advice from a nutritional therapist as there is a risk of protein and other nutritional deficiencies. When you add a wide range of colorful vegetables to your diet to make the best possible change for clear skin.

F 11 : I take hemp seed oil to support my omega intake, but I wonder if you know of any other alternatives?

A 11: Flaxseed oil, sea buckthorn capsules or combined omega 3,6,9 in capsules would be great alternatives.

Q 12: Are there foods or supplements that I could eat or take to help the skin heal from blemishes?

A 12: I would recommend taking zinc supplements in addition to eating zinc foods such as dark green vegetables, nuts, seeds and seafood. Pais rosehip oil is also very healing and fantastic against scars.

F13 : Are there foods that help your skin to recover and heal and also to revitalize your shine? Even if I don't like cow's milk products, are there alternatives that would be better for my skin?

A 13: Yes, eat lots (10+ servings!) Of dark green vegetables and light foods – think of beetroot, berries, fruit and it will help you to revitalize your shine. Regarding milk – you can try oat milk, coconut milk and almond milk, all good alternatives

F 14: I am a man with oily skin and have small white bumps under the skin surface. What can I do?

A 14: It sounds like a zinc additive, nettle root and saw palmetto for male hormones will help you.

F 15 : I have acne scars. Can I eat or take anything that will help them?

A 15 : It sounds like you have to eat sulfur-rich foods such as eggs, onions, garlic, broccoli and cabbage. Pais rosehip oil is also very healing and fantastic against scars

F 16 : I am a vegetarian with fairly bad acne. Could my skin problems be related to my diet?

A 16: Try reducing the intake of starchy carbohydrates and trying to eat a wide variety of vegetables, and make sure you have enough protein in the form of eggs and vegetables Have proteins like chickpeas. Lentils, seeds and nuts.

F 17: As a vegetarian, do you have any tips for food supplements that I should take and that are currently excluded from my diet?

A 17: We recommend taking additional B-12, as this is usually only contained in meat and dairy products.

F 18 : What is most likely "The Super Anti-Aging Food" …?

A 18: Interesting question! Proteins (plants and animals), fatty fish, berries and dark green vegetables would be my skin-friendly food of all time

F 19: I have oily combination skin with acne and enlarged pores. I love candy and chocolate, can they really affect my skin?

A 19 : If your blood sugar is better balanced, you want fewer things, so we recommend supplementing your diet with magnesium, zinc and chromium. If you want to be pampered, choose dark chocolate and search online for coconut sugar cake recipes (this has a low glycemic load).

F 20: My skin sometimes gets quite hot and I have some spider veins. I don't really drink alcohol or eat spicy food. Could there be another cause?

A 20: It sounds like this could possibly be a reaction to something. I would recommend seeing your family doctor and possibly getting a referral to a dermatologist. In the meantime, eat a lot of berries for the bio-flavonoid content that can help support collagen.

Q 21: Is it true that eating dairy products causes acne? Would it be beneficial to remove it from my diet?

A 21: I would recommend visiting your nutritionist to do a lactose intolerance test. If you find that you produce more mucus after eating milk and cheese products, your body may not respond to them. Dairy products can be good for many people, but not if you don't tolerate them.

F 22: I have combination skin / oily skin that often remains irritated and dehydrated due to the cold outside and the central heating inside. I try to eat healthy.

A 22: Do you get enough essential fats in your diet? A lack of them can lead to dry skin. If so, your body may not be receiving them properly. Try to take lecithin granules as they help break down fats. A glass of lemon juice with water in the morning (drink through a straw as lemon is very acidic on the teeth) can also help cut fats.

F 23: I suffer from
red spots in summer, especially when the pollen count increases and my hay fever begins. Do you have any tips?

A 23 : You can eat a lot of quercitin-rich foods and berries for the bio-flavonoid content that supports and strengthens your immune response.

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