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Episode Info: Struggling with acne as an adult can be frustrating. What many people may not know is that nutrient depletion can impact the onset of acne later in life. My guest today offers some information about what to eat to try and reduce adult acne. My guest today is Autumn Fladmo Smith. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a minor in dance from the University of Montana. She has also danced professionally, taught yoga, and toured the world training celebrities as a Tracy Anderson Method fitness trainer. While working for Tracy Anderson she could see that exercise alone was not enough for all of her clients to achieve vibrant health. Meanwhile, “incurable” IBS and anxiety continued to place her personal health. Through self guided research, Autumn healed herself by upgrading her diet. She was then so inspired by the healing power of food that she quit her job as a personal trainer to pursue the study of holistic nutrition full time. Autumn earned her Master’s Degree in Nutrition from Hawthorn University and became a Certified Eating Coach and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner. She and her family founded Paleovalley in 2013 with the goal of disseminating high quality nutrition information and products to everyone who will listen. Autumn's dedication to health also reached new heights following the birth of her son, Maverick. Join us as we talk about how nutrient depletions can affect adult acne. Have you seen a difference to your acne after incorporating more nutrient-dense foods into your diet? Tell me about it in the comments! In this episode: Autumn's history with acne Three things that helped her Hypochlorhydria The effect emotional stress and oxidative stress have on your skin Autumn's favorite nutrient-dense foods Quotes "I urge you (and it took a long time for me to get here) to see your acne as a whisper from your body." [3:10] "Vitamin A in food form from animals is really, really important for your skin." [4:00] "A lot of acne is caused by oxidative stress. Vitamin C is one of the most powerful antioxidants we know of." [5:58] "Collagen is like the scaffold for the skin and it's amazing for your gut as well." [16:22] Links Find Autumn online Use code HEALTHYSKINSHOW to get 10% off your first purchase at the Paleovalley online store Healthy Skin Show ep. 068: Vitamin A & Zinc Connections To Skin Rash Symptoms w/ Chris Masterjohn, PhD Healthy Skin Show ep. 013: What's Really Going On Behind Adult Acne? w/ Brie Weiselman Healthy Skin Show ep. 034: Diet Solutions For Adult Acne w/ Brie Wieselman Autumn's Radiate in 28 Program DIY low stomach acid test Follow Autumn on Facebook Cronometer nutrition tracker...
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