Coach Susan Marque shares some dietary secrets to help you achieve beautiful, glowing skin.
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Speaker: Have you always wanted a glowing and radiant skin, Food and Life Coach Susan Marque tells you how. It's not about what's you put on your body, but what's you put in your body. Susan Marque: Skin was an obstacle for me, having clear radiant perfect skin has been something I always wanted and I found that eating well makes such a profound difference and sometimes it doesn't have to be such a huge thing. Sometimes you can do something so small. I had one client one time that she asked me what's one thing I can do to change my diet that will help me look better. She was a cute girl but she was turning to age quite rapidly. She was much younger than I was and she was looking older. So I said, well, let me see what you are eating and she was eating quite a lot of sweets, quite a lot of sugar in her diet and I said okay, so if you want to change just one thing try an experiment and just cut that out for three weeks. Just to see. Just to see if it makes any difference for you and she did and then she is still eating fruit and other sources of sugar just not cane sugar. So she was having a little bit of fruit and dried fruit and getting her sweetness that way. Sweet vegetables, she started also incorporating perhaps a little bit more whole foods like whole grains. Maybe eating to brown rice instead of a white rice but predominantly was changing up the sugar and she did that experiment for three weeks like I asked her to do and wow. Okay, this girl looked like she was 18 again. She was adorable. Her skin was completely clear. She had energy off the walls. She felt better than she had in years, all from just changing just a little bit. So you can do those kind of experiments yourself, try it. Try taking one thing that you know is a culprit for you and letting go off for three weeks and see what happens and share your stories with us here on peoplejam because we want to learn from you too. Speaker: Do you have advice to share? Post it right here on peoplejam.