Whether your skin issue is mild or momentous, The Healthy Skin Kitchen is your essential resource for clear, healthy skin. Informative and inspiring, it is the go-to guide to reclaim your life and get that good skin glow you’ve always wanted.
Beautifully laid out with gorgeous photography, The Healthy Skin Kitchen shows you what to put on your fork to create radiant skin from the inside out. Far from a one-size-fits-all diet, the delicious allergy-friendly recipes include gluten-free, dairy-free, low salicylate, low histamine, vegan and autoimmune paleo options, so you can tailor meals to suit you or simply follow your favourite menu and Karen’s skin care regime.
From 90s model and television presenter to award-winning author and nutritionist, Karen Fischer has spent the past twenty years working with thousands of skin disorder patients. Karen personally knows what it’s like to struggle with embarrassing skin ailments that no one could fix. Her journey from head-to-toe eczema and hives to clear skin turned around when she found the underlying cause of her symptoms. Now you can do this too.
Find answers to combat eczema, acne, dandruff, hives, rosacea, salicylate sensitivity and much more. Even if you have great skin, you’ll experience the benefits of eating nutritious food that is right for you – enjoying more energy, a trimmer waistline and better gut health.
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The Healthy Skin Kitchen
Improve your diet and alleviate skin conditions with this beautiful guide to nutritious cooking, tailored to your body.
From My Heart to Yours
The Path to Wellness
Your skin is your largest organ — the one that keeps your insides in — and we need to treat it as a whole. This book highlights effective ways to nourish your skin, your body and your mind in a new holistic way — encompassing the whole you — so your healthy inner life can be reflected outwards in the form of healthy looking skin.
Soothing Skin Care
There is nothing more relaxing than taking a warm bath with a fizzy bath bomb that is brimming with skin-softening ingredients. This bath bomb recipe contains sodium bicarbonate, zinc oxide, refined shea butter and citric acid, which is essential to make them fizz in the water. Citric acid is an acidic AHA with exfoliating properties that assist with cell turnover and the stimulation of new skin cell production.
Quinoa Nourish Bowl
Whether you call it a nourish, poke or buddha bowl, this skin-friendly meal offers a powerhouse of nutrients, fibre and protein, and it tastes great too. Nourish bowls were invented to use up leftovers, so you do not need to use every element in this recipe — use what you have. I love this topped with Cashew Cream or White Bean Sauce, as it makes the zucchini pasta creamy; or try Omega Salad Dressing with chives for a vinaigrette.
The Healthy Skin Kitchen: For Eczema, Dermatitis, Psoriasis, Acne, Allergies, Hives, Rosacea, Red Skin Syndrome, Cellulite, Leaky Gut, MCAS, Salicylate Sensitivity, Histamine Intolerance & more
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