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Our skin cells make up the largest organ of the human body and renew every 30 days according to what you feed or intake into your body systems. Bring 3 tblsp of #applecidervinegar to a boil and add two pinches of #turmeric and one pinch of #cayennepepper and drink up! -#NailMUA
Let’s talk #skinhealth
To talk about #skincare without mentioning the function of the #spleen is a little unfair. The spleen filters all the blood your heart pumps and it also is the power house the holds T cells to help keep your immune system in tact to prevent and fight all manner of disease.
The skin is the largest organ of the body composed of cells that receive newly filtered blood from the spleen. So needless to say, if your spleen is in need of a detox, chances are a simple facial won’t do the trick.
Our skin cells make up the largest organ of the human body and renew every 30 days according to what you feed or intake into your body systems.
To keep your skin glowing:
In the morning, bring 3 tblsp of #applecidervinegar to a boil and add two pinches of #turmeric and one pinch of #cayennepepper and drink up! This elixir might not taste the best but you will definitely feel a jolt and will give a nice morning boost to your organs, kinda like hot brother on a snowy day. Also, the warmer the better. It is really that simple. Personally, I’m prone to kidney stones and this really helps prevent them from developing in my system.
- applecidervinegar – has great benefits because it PH balances your body.
- turmeric – is a powerful anti-inflammatory and is packed with antioxidants.
- cayennepepper – stuns parasites so that the may be flushed out of your body.
The combination of the ingredients work together to help the spleen filter the blood stream supplying nutrients to the skin. Since the skin cells renew every 30 days, your new cells will be refreshed, supple and full of elasticity which contributes to healthy looking skin.
Thanks for reading!
As always, talk to your healthcare practitioner before trying a new healthcare regimen.