With countless delicious snacks being crossed off the menu, whether it’s milk chocolate or potato chips, many acne patients are looking for a convenient food which doesn’t derail their skin, and pumpkin seeds seem to fit the bill.
Like kale and blueberries before it, cranberry juice is the superfood of our times. However, it has been eaten in Europe for years. Centuries ago an American boat crashed off the shores of Terschelling Island in Holland. The cranberries spilt into the sand, found the perfect habitat to grow and spread.
The common mango isn’t the most famous food in the world for acne, nor for healthy skin.
Nowadays the mango is widely believed to be a potent aphrodisiac for men. It’s all down to the vitamin E, which improves male vitality and the likelihood of conceiving a new baby. The truth is that “the fruit of love” contains only tiny amounts of vitamin E, and probably won’t work.
The almond is the riskiest yet most potentially rewarding food for acne in a grocery store.
The almond has the most optimal nutrition for acne of almost any food. It’s like nature designed this nut to provide humanity with clear skin, and waited patiently for us to discover it.
If you’re a coffee fanatic who is nevertheless concerned about side effects, there’s a good chance that you’ve heard of yerba mate tea.
Yerba mate (Ilex paraguariensis) is a tea-like beverage traditionally consumed in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay. The tea is made from the leaves and twigs of the Ilex plant. These ingredients are distilled in hot water, though never boiling water, since that can make the tea too bitter.