View Full Version : Anyone Read Eating For Beauty ?
01-13-2007, 08:37 PM
Hey anyone read Eating For Beauty by David Wolfe>
Wondering if it mentions anything about blackheads, and old acne scars? Any treatment plans in there?
01-14-2007, 12:24 PM
So no one read it? E gads! lol
01-14-2007, 03:09 PM
I'm eating raw so when I get older I hopefully won't look to bad and for health and I wan't to stop eating meat and animal products. If it helps with acne scars that would be great!! :D
01-14-2007, 04:01 PM
David writes on the subject of MSM (Methyl-Sulfonyl-Methane) which is an organic form of sulphur that appears in all living organisms and can be taken in supplement form.
Anyhow, on page 41 of David's book, he says "MSM has been shown to reverse arthritic conditions by improving joint flexibility, reducing stiffness, reducing inflamation, reducing arthritic pain, and by breaking up scar tissue.
Also, there is another supplement that is supposed to be excellent for breaking up scar tisssue as well and it's called Serrapeptase. You may want to do a little research.
As far as certain types of scars such as acne, etc...to my knowledge, scar tissue is pretty much all the same and it's simply thickened skin that is formed from a wound of sorts so I think any type of scar therapy would help reduce any type of scar.
Just my thoughts, I hope this helps or gives you a little hope.
if that is true I saw MSM lotion for sale on Matt Monarch's Raw Spirit site.
01-14-2007, 07:51 PM
I love that book...I just finished reading it and I have started taking MSM as Walingonwater stated above...I'm a massage therapist and after just a week of this sulphur I noticed the aches in my hands lessening.
He also talks about taking papaya and rubbing it on your face and rinsing it off in 10 minutes....I loved the way it felt...sorta a stinging feeling...and I'm also using the gel of aloe vera for a mini face lift when I go to bed...oh, and one more thing he suggests is putting coconut butter on your skin...I love that, too.
I highly recommend Eating for Beauty. I own three copies of this book so I can share with friends. His list of beautifing foods are:
arugula, burdock root, coconut and coconut oil, cucumbers, durian, figs, hemp seeds, bee pollen, macadamia nuts, nettles, olives, onions, pumpkin seeds, papaya, radishes, turmeric, watercress and MSM crystals
The book goes into great detail of why each of these are necessary to the body.
It is very inexpensive to purchase through Amazon.com.
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