Skin Transformation: Before & After The 80/10/10 Raw Food Diet

Skin Transformation: Before & After The 80/10/10 Raw Food Diet



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Skin is the largest organ of your body that reflects the state of your internal health. Acne, dry skin, pore body odour are all associated with toxic and unhealthy diets. Find out what happened to my skin after nearly 4 years on a raw vegan diet and how you can improve the health of your own skin by going low fat raw vegan.

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33 Replies to “Skin Transformation: Before & After The 80/10/10 Raw Food Diet”

  1. Surely, a plant-based diet helps one have great skin. But also getting an appropriate amount of sunlight and Vitamin D is equally important. Most people in the northern U.S. are Vitamin-D-deficient and need much more time in the sun!

  2. Do you brush your skin or use any exfoliants? I eat very close to 80-10-10, but I just like the feel of coconut oil or a natural lotion, especially on legs. Yes, you are radiant!

  3. I was expecting a before and after picture, oh well! When I tell my daughters about this kind of diet they ask me then how come theire friends that eat fast food all the time have such great skin. My mother used to cook very healthy but I was the only out of 4 children that had really bad akne, not sure if it has to do with gene and skin types.

  4. Hi, thank you and sorry for not responding, we receive a lot of comments on our videos and sometimes I cannot respond right away. I don't brush my skin, however well aware about the benefits of dry brushing. No problem with putting some coconut oil. When we are in locations where the water is hard, I also apply some coconut oil, because the water really dries my skin. If the water is soft, I never have to think about oils.

  5. Evil, actually this is incorrect. The sun is natural to our body, whilst vitamins are not. No need to be afraid of the sun if you follow a healthy, plant-based diet. However, if you live in a cold climate, vitamins may be an option.

  6. Thank you, Yulia! I'm surprised to see my message got posted. When I clicked post, there was a notice saying it was declined–hence my second message. Anyway, always nice to get a personal response!

  7. It boils down to skin type. Pale skin gets burned more easily and is more susceptible to skin cancer. There's nothing healthy about porcelain skin or bronzed skin. Those are so frivolous compared to a healthy mind and lifestyle. The bottom line is to know yourself and determine what works best for you. .

  8. While watching one of Dara Dubinet's videos, she mentioned that she is finding that she needs less or no sunscreen as a result of her plant based raw food diet. She went on to explain that eating this way helps defend the skin against the harmful rays of the sun. I think that may be some food for thought…no pun intended. 😉

  9. I have always been blessed with great clear skin even before I went raw/vegan but I did have keratosis pelaris which are skin bumps all over and they all went away! Sooo cool. I love this way of life for me. Wish I knew from the get go. 🙂

  10. It all depends on your own body and how long it needs to cleanse and heal. Tomatoes and citrus fruit can cause acne as well, so try excluding certain foods from your diet and see if this helps.

  11. It's not, unless you have Anglo-Saxon heritage. The Anglo-Saxon skin is unique in the world because England is unique in the world for its extremely low UV levels. Why do you think it's only Anglo-Saxons who develop melanoma here in Australia and not other races like Italians, Greeks, Lebanese, Arabs & other people with olive skin?

  12. I will turn 74 May 17, 2015.  I have been eating a lot of sweets and cooked food.  I have recently noticed my skin is very dry and wrinkled on my forearms and now on my face at the cheek area and chin area..  I know many women who are 85 and older and do not have these wrinkles. I went on a 25-day water only fast with Loren Lockman in Costa Rica  via telephone conference each morning.  I feel I did a lot of good for myself but then after about a month I begn eating sweets and cooked food.  (I did have more wrinkles on my arms after the fast due to losing 20 pounds. ) I now weigh 160 and am 5'5" tall, having lost 1 inch from I believe dehydration.  i do also drink a lot of coffee to keep going as I own my own secretarial business and work full time.  Will my skin likely imporove and be younger through 80-10-10?

    Thank you for any help you can give me.

    Kathy
    Atlanta, GA

  13. I did it for almost a year….juicing and salads only…and all of my acne cleared up…you can also notice how your body doesn't smell at the end of the day…but what sucks is that healthy fresh veggies and fruits are expensive unfortunately…I live in Hawaii now and everything is 4 times as expensive and I have noticed my skin is usually irritated with random inflamed hair follicles and small pimples as a result of eating not so healthy

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