by Nina & Randa
The Clear Skin Diet is based on the diets of acne-free cultures - and it's also the diet that vegan researchers have used to successfully reverse a host of chronic diseases. You may know that we were inspired and shown this diet by John McDougall MD.
A few years back researchers in New Zealand decided to put this diet to the test, track results, and then publish them in a scientific journal. Called the Broad Study, the researchers randomly assigned a group of 65 patients in a medical practice to follow either the very lowfat plant-based diet, or continue with a standard diet.
The patients in the study had all been diagnosed with obesity or overweight, and at least one of type 2 diabetes, ischaemic heart disease, hypertension or hypercholesterolaemia.
Regarding the plant-based diet they studied, researchers reported:
This dietary approach included whole grains, legumes, vegetables and fruits. Participants were advised to eat until satiation. We placed...
by Nina & Randa Nelson
Could acne be a warning that we're on the wrong track?
Did you know that people with a history of severe teenage acne are more susceptible to developing certain cancers?
For example, a recent study based on almost one hundred thousand women who were followed for over twenty years - found those who had experienced severe teenage acne were 44 percent more likely to develop melanoma, and 17 percent more likely to develop breast cancer, compared those with mild or no acne.
Another study of almost thirty-five thousand men found that those with a history of severe acne were significantly more likely to develop prostate cancer compared with men who’d had mild or no acne.
But there's some very good news. The same diet that crushes acne - a low-fat, whole food plant-based diet -...