Sugar & Skin

The best part of the #FedUpChallenge has been the effect that not eating sugar has had on my skin.  As a late(r) in life moderate acne sufferer I have tried every serum, scrub and tonic on the market.  I now see the error of my ways.

“The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”
Ann Wigmore

Sugar and simple carbohydrates damage all organ systems including the skin.  
An overdose of sugar and other high glycemic foods create a reaction called glycation that leads to wrinkles, deep lines and acne.  

As I write this, we are about to have a family desert.  There are two options: fresh fruit and chocolate cake; I bet you can guess which one I am choosing.

I am lucky enough to work with Dr. Grasser as a marketing and web consultant; it is always inspiring to work with doctors who are committed to true wellness and integration of the body-mind.

I am experiencing the results of conscious, clean eating and will continue to be sugar-free long after the #FedUpChallenge.

Happy 8th day of sugar-free bliss.

Best to you,
Audrey @ BRAVE

To learn more about Glycation