Skin conditions and bad teeth are usually from a toxic- and lacking diet

Do you suffer from skin conditions such as eczema, dry/flaky skin, premature aging (loss of elasticity and wrinkles), pimples, acne, cysts, or skin spots? All of these are usually from a toxic overload, high inflammation foods, and/or nutrition deficiencies.

Oxalates, one of many antinutrients found in almost all plant-based foods, are notorious for causing pimples, acne, eczema and dandruff when our body does its best to detoxify from it. Premature aging, as seen in all vegans, is the result of severe malnutrition. Especially from the lack of glycine, serine, collagen, essential fatty acids, cholesterol, iodine, vitamin A, vitamin D, and vitamin C. The same is true for teeth, without enough minerals and trace elements, your teeth will lose density, become almost transparent and overly sensitive, and you’ll get a lot of cavities. This happens to all vegans within the first couple of years.
Actually, if you get any sensations in your teeth from heat or cold (as in chewing ice cubes), you have mineral deficiencies and you need to take a look at your diet.

Another thing attacking the teeth and causing inflammation is carbohydrates, especially in the form of fructose and sucrose. Other culprits for inflammation, especially in your gut, are fiber, vegetable oils and plant defense chemicals.

The good news is that these disorders are partly reversible once you get enough bioavailable nutrients – something that is only possible by consuming animal-based foods. I’ve actually seen cavities fill up and heal in ex-vegans after a few months on an animal-based diet. Same with hair and wrinkles becoming less noticeable. Also make sure you brush your teeth gently with a soft brush and only using natural toothpaste. You can make your own from coconut oil and a pinch of baking soda. You can also add sea salt and clay powders (for re-mineralization) if needed.

Liver, which is extremely rich in vitamins (especially vitamin-A, the repair vitamin), will heal your skin in record time, especially if you get some sun exposure to get that important vitamin-D. Muscle meat, bone marrow, and fish/fish roe will give you all the amino-acids, collagen, iodine, and minerals you need to keep both your skin and teeth healthy.
Just give it a go, or at least incorporate these animal foods on a daily basis in your diet.

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