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30 Days to Better Skin

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: Can you really achieve healthier, more vibrant skin in 30 days or less? Dr. Ginger says YES.
Air Date: 11/13/13
Duration: 10
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Dr. Ginger
Dr. Ginger is founder and CEO of Dr.Ginger, LLC, a wellness consulting company. Dr. Ginger, an authority on workplace wellness, is bucking the old system of "disease management" and is blazing a new trail with her "disease reversal" approach. She is known for her "30-Day Change Your Life Detox Challenges" and her book, The Healing Powers of Green Juice.
30 Days to Better Skin
Think about how many hundreds (or thousands) of dollars you've spent on skin care products over your lifetime. The creams, scrubs, oils, moisturizers... the list goes on and on.

Unfortunately, these often high-priced skin care products are not helping you in the least. In fact, with all the chemicals and toxins they contain, they may actually be harming your skin.

So, what's the answer?

Dr. Ginger joins Andrea and Lisa to explain that beautiful skin doesn't so much depend what you put on your skin, but rather what you put in your body.

For instance, many skin problems can be addressed simply by eating healthier.

Start with plant-based foods, such as fruits and vegetables. Try reducing the amount of dairy, sugar and grains that you eat. Even after just a few weeks of changing your diet, you will start to see a difference in your skin's appearance.

And, instead of using chemical-laded products, try lotions and moisturizers with simple ingredients.

If you can't pronounce it, don't put it on your skin. Even one step further? If you can't eat the ingredients in your skincare products, don't go anywhere near it! Try coconut oil and shea butter for a simple yet effective moisturizing agent.

You can also improve skin health by dry brushing. This method gets your lymphatic system energized, and also helps with immunity.

Don't miss this edition of "Health Steps with Dr. Ginger." Your skin will thank you for it.
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