Younger Skin

Younger Skin Starts in the Gut

By Nigma Talib

A simple dietary approach to achieving glowing skin that’s free of age spots, sagging, and wrinkles

 

For years you have been told that the secret to radiant skin lies in moisturizers, cleansers, and sunscreen. While these can help, this nutritionally-based guide provides a better solution for your skin by attacking the problem at its source. In Younger Skin Starts in the Gut, Dr. Nigma Talib shows how gluten, alcohol, sugar, and dairy are triggers to an unhealthy complexion. She then provides a complete healthy skin regimen that reverses the effects of aging by balancing hormones, preventing inflammation, and maintaining well-adjusted digestion. The book’s comprehensive 4-week program and healthy recipes provides solutions to eight different signs of aging—including uneven skin tone, adult acne, and inflammation—and guarantees one blissful result: younger-looking, healthier skin. By learning what triggers your skin troubles, whether it be gluten, alcohol, dairy or sugar, you can take action and eat your way to rejuvenated skin and a balanced stomach.

 

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Nigma Talib

Dr. Nigma Talib is a world-renowned naturopathic doctor, aesthetician and leading authority on holistic health who has become celebrated for her expertise in the treatment of anti-aging. She lives in London, England.

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PRODUCT INFO
Released: March 2016

ISBN-10: 1612435602
ISBN-13: 9781612435602

Paperback
5.5" x 8.5"
264 pages

Rights Available:
World

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