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The Super Skin Edition

From the Doctor

skinYour skin is one of the most important organs of your body and gives everyone around you a view of how healthy you are on the inside and outside.  Your skin plays many roles in your health: it is a detox organ, defense organ, hydration organ, manufacturing organ (continually replacing itself), a thermostat and a switchboard.

We are always looking for the cause of health issues, and with your skin, lifestyle plays an enormous role.  Simple acts of avoiding the mid day sun, drinking enough water, applying sunscreen, eating more whole fruits and vegetables and avoiding smoking can greatly improve your skins ability to feel and look great.

More advanced ways of improving your skin include; using a high quality omega 3 fish oil, improving the health of your liver through a purification, utilizing high quality sea salt, avoiding processed foods, excess sugar and other food and environmental toxins.

In closing, your skin tells a story about the state of your health and well-being.  Creating better skin comes down to daily choices of eating better foods, drinking more clean water, supplementing your diet with a good fish oil, and avoiding smoking, processed foods, environmental toxins and the mid day sun.

Super Skin Supplements

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Cataplex  F Tablets and Perles supports the body’s inflammatory response function as it skin
relates to periodic challenges like consumption of high-fat foods or strenuous activity. This natural supplement provides support for healthy skin and hair.

Dermatrophin PMG supports healthy skin and connective tissue; perfect for the summer when our skin needs extra support from the damaging effects of UV Rays.

The Kingston’s Southwest Southern Salad

Ingredients

4 cups cooked brown rice

2 cans organic black beans

1 seedless cucumber

2 red peppers

1 cup chopped celery

1 can organic corn

1 red onion

one bunch of fresh cilantro

salt and pepper

olive oil quarter cup

juice of 2 limes

 

Directions

  • Place cooked and cooled brown rice in a large mixing bowl.
  • Drain and rinse beans and add to rice in bowl.
  • Dice cucumber, red pepper (deseed), onion and celery to size you like to eat and add to beans and rice mix.
  • Drain and add corn
  • Add olive oil
  • Mix thoroughly
  • salt and pepper to taste (use good sea salt)
  • take 1/2 bunch of cilantro and chop to tiny pieces and add.
  • Add juice of 2 limes
  • Mix again and taste.
  • Add oil or salt and pepper.
  • Place in fridge for at least an hour to cool and flavors to mix.
  • Enjoy!!
Matt Kingston
About the author

Dr. Matt Kingston is a licensed Chiropractor who received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic, in Davenport, Iowa. Dr Matt can be seen at Chiropractic Solutions in Madison, WI.

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