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Have you ever thought that milk in your morning cereal, coffee or protein shake can be the reason for those stubborn breakouts that appear out of no where and just wont go away? Cow’s milk, even the organic kind, contains hormones and growth factors, such as rBGH, a genetically engineered hormone that has been linked to breast, prostate and colon cancer, which means that every time you consume dairy products this hormone is absorbed by your body and remains active in your blood stream. It can affect your skin and your body the same way your other hormones affect you.
It causes an elevation of insulin, which damages the skin and triggers your body to produce IGF-1, which is a growth hormone that makes every cell in our body grow including your pimples. The hormones and antibiotics can also cause mucus to grow in our digestive system which can enter our bloodstream through the intestinal wall and circulate toxins that can cause damage to tissues, cells and other vital organs.
Even milk, yogurt and cheese that come from cows not treated with external hormones and antibiotics still contain the cow’s natural hormones that are unsuitable for use by our body. For a clear complexion and your calcium intake stick to almond milk, which contains magnesium, potassium, manganese, copper, vitamin e, selenium and calcium. For a clear complexion stick to almond milk, which contains magnesium, potassium, manganese, copper, Vitamin E, selenium and calcium.
To get the most out of your nutrition, we recommend you make your own
- Grind one-quarter cup of almonds in a coffee grinder
- Combine almonds with one cup of water and blend in a blender for two to three minutes
- Strain the liquid using a sifter, if you like
Now, get to the kitchen to make this goodness!