nutrition support protocol
supplemental info and resources for
including acne, eczema, and psoriasis
Resources for Lifestyle Recommendations
Loofah Pads – These are the loofah pads I use for my daily skin brushing before every shower. You don’t need anything special, but you want to make sure it’s a natural fiber.
Skin brushing technique – This is the technique I use when skin brushing.
Cosmetics and Skin Care Products
All of the ingredients in your cosmetics should be food grade. For example, use skin care products that contain ingredients such as:
For a better understanding of what goes into your cosmetics, check out our blog post: Cosmetic Toxicity.
Facial and Body Moisturizers
These are the products that Amy and I use on our skin . . . all right, who am I kidding? I don’t use them. These are the products that Amy uses on her skin.
Coconut Oil Soap
Resources for Acne/Eczema/Psoriasis
Coconut Oil (Lauric Acid)
Coconut Oil – Again, I recommend this brand, which is more pure than a cooking-grade coconut oil. If you’re using coconut oil for acne, eczema, and/or psoriasis, you want an oil that is more pure than cooking-grade.
Oregano Oil – This is a very fragrant oil. A little bit goes a long way. And yes, you will smell like Italian pasta sauce after you apply this so you may just want to do it at night.
14-day Detox Kit – Everything you need to detox once every 3-6 months depending on your skin condition. I really can’t recommend this program enough. It is especially helpful for skin conditions, but can also be used as an excellent health promoter.
Epsom Salt – DO NOT buy epsom salt in a store. It is grossly overpriced. It should be this cheap.
Bentonite Clay – I love this stuff. It feels really cool!
Resources for Dietary Tips
High Quality Protein
PaleoMeal DF (Dairy Free) – We currently do not offer PaleoMeal online. It is only available at CrossFit Redux. Chocolate, Vanilla, or Berry.
Great Lakes Gelatin – This stuff is awesome. I’ve had a number of people tell me how it has improved their skin, joints, and hair. It’s a tasteless powder so you can dissolve it in anything from soups and stews to protein shakes.
Sally Fallon’s Nourishing Broth – This is an outstanding book to learn how to make bone broth, which can revive your skin and health in general.