Just wanted to talk for a second today, on dairy and how it can relate to the health of your skin.
Casein and whey in dairy can create mucous and inflammation in the body. While some people have trouble digesting lactose, it’s often the protein component that triggers an inflammatory response in the body. You’ll hear me preach no protein shakes over and over, if you are battling breakouts. I am constantly AMAZED at how quickly my acne clients clear, when they go dairy free. It’s definitely worth going dairy free for 60-90 days, if you struggle with skin issues.
Just a few reminders going into the new school year!
– please review my cancellation and no show policy, if you’re not already familiar with it. With my schedule being so packed, I strictly enforce my policies. I know sometimes it seems like I’m beating a dead horse for those that are already familiar, but I always want to avoid any misunderstandings surrounding late cancellation /no show fees.
– I will be out for a work trip for a couple days in September, and then going on a personal vacation. All available appointments in Sept are almost booked. Grab one at the schedule now button below while you can!
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