The Best Protein Bars, Powders, and Drinks for Acne

The Best Protein Bars, Powders, and Drinks for Acne

Updated May, 2018 with THE GOOD list! For those of you who work out religiously and are looking for high-quality protein sources, bars and smoothies are quick and easy. Be careful that yours don’t contain spirulina, kelp, peanuts, whey protein, soy protein, or...
My “Clean Eating For Clear Skin” Journey

My “Clean Eating For Clear Skin” Journey

  My name is Alissa Chasen, and I am an acne sufferer, esthetician, skin care company owner, and amateur home cook who is always looking for great recipes that I can make for my family and share with my acne clients. I don’t invent recipes; I improve them. I’m...
“What I Eat To Keep My Skin Clear & Glowing” on MindBodyGreen.com

“What I Eat To Keep My Skin Clear & Glowing” on MindBodyGreen.com

This week I had the distinct honor of having my food diary published on my favorite website, MindBodyGreen.com! As a result of the high number of shares of this article on the MindBodyGreen site and social media outlets, women from all over the country are turning to...
Collard Green Wraps, 3 Ways (recipe)

Collard Green Wraps, 3 Ways (recipe)

Collard greens are one of the healthiest foods you can put into your body, but cooked greens emit a sulfurous smell and taste that turns many people off who aren’t used to eating dark green vegetables. The solution? Rolling up raw collard green halves with a rich,...
3 No-Chew Ways To Get Your Veggies

3 No-Chew Ways To Get Your Veggies

Let’s face it: chewing is overrated. And if you’re a texture person like I am, many veggies give you the heebie-jeebies. But veggies clean out your gut and pores, so we have to find a way to get them into our diets. The solution? Use your blender or food processor to...
Got Acne? Stay Away From Seaweed (Spirulina, Chlorella and Algae)

Got Acne? Stay Away From Seaweed (Spirulina, Chlorella and Algae)

Have you been wondering what is so great about spirulina, chlorella, blue-green algae, kelp, and seaweed? They are part of a huge family of organisms classified as “algae” that range in size from microscopic (spirulina and chlorella) to 180 feet long...

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