Eating too much of the wrong foods is bad for your digestion; and what’s worse, it shows up in your face as wrinkles, blemishes, bags and more. Luckily, by identifying and eliminating your skin-aging triggers, you can simultaneously heal your gut, stop this process of “digest-aging” and reverse its negative effects on your skin.
Younger Skin Starts in the Gut provides a complete healthy skin regimen that produces beautiful glowing skin by balancing hormones, preventing inflammation and maintaining well-adjusted digestion. The book’s comprehensive four-week program and healthy recipes provide solutions to eight different signs of aging—including uneven skin tone, puffiness, dark circles and adult acne—and guarantees one blissful result: younger-looking, healthier skin.
The secret to taking years off your looks? “Younger Skin Starts in the Gut,” a new book from Dr. Nigma Talib, a world-renowned naturopathic doctor, aesthetician to the stars and leading authority on holistic health.
This book provides a comprehensive healthy skin regimen that produces beautiful glowing skin by balancing hormones, preventing inflammation and maintaining well-adjusted digestion. Say goodbye to having Wine, Dairy, Sugar and/or Gluten Face!
In the book’s 4-week program, you’ll identify and eliminate your skin-aging triggers (wine, gluten, dairy and sugar) as well as be able to simultaneously heal your gut and stop the process of “digest-aging.” This book guarantees one blissful result: younger-looking, healthier skin.
We were so lucky to have Dr. Nigma Talib visit Caravan Stylist Studio at THE GREGORY HOTEL recently for skin readings with the editors and bloggers. She would read your skin and tell you what you need to avoid – I definitely had sugar face, dairy and gluten.
The sugar because of ice cream and most likely hidden sugars, dairy that was in the ice cream I assume and then gluten because sometimes I do eat bread and it is hidden in oats etc… so I am now trying to avoid all of these as much as possible – definitely sugar and dairy ( Dairy is also cheese keep in mind ) … I am also following her notes of adding a few more supplements into my diet and some fish oil as well as probiotics – she mentioned PROBIOTIC pearls which I purchased right away – they are so cute they look like little pearls – I am still taking one other probiotic I got at Whole Foods as well – I am really trying to give my gut a little TLC after I ate way too much ice cream over the last year.
This book is amazing with tons of brilliant tips and insights but you need to read it a couple of times – it is a read that you really need to pay attention too. Beauty starts in your gut – I believe that.