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  • #61
    This is a higher protein smoothie that I ate for a few months for breakfast. Not sure if it helped my rosacea but mine is quite well managed now and this didn't seem to make it worse.

    1/2 c frozen organic blueberries
    1/4 c organic almonds (better if you soak all the nuts and seeds overnight)
    2 tbs organic chia seed
    2 tsp organic raw hemp seeds
    1/2 organic coconut water

    I also often substituted raw organic almond butter (1-2 tbs) for the almonds or pumpkin seeds or 1/4 of an avocado. Sometimes I added several kale leaves to this or dandelion leaves when they were in season. Dandelion greens are very high in vit k, vit a, iron, etc. I have also added a dash of cardamom (a cooling spice) or 1/2 tsp turmeric. This isn't very sweet so if you have a sugar tooth you will probably want to add something. I would suggest 1 tbs unsulfured blackstrap molasses for the vitamins and minerals.

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    • #62
      coconut water

      probiotic drink

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      • #63
        I'm sure it's avocado and butter in the right amount. They really make the skin look better, especially if you have dry skin, try to consume these products !!!

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        • #64
          For me mixed berry and avocado smoothies, seeds and super greens. Thinking of getting some Curcumin, I have tried capsules in the past, but will try adding it to my smoothie.

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          • #65
            I feel minimal improvement from resveratrol (grapes) and green tea. After vitamin D, my skin condition deteriorates significantly.

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            • #66
              I find walnuts, almonds great for health, love to add in my daily diet

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