Many people experience skin problems due to poor diet habits , such as drinking a lot of alcohol. That destroys the face because its natural complexion deteriorates depending on what you eat. The Dr. Nigma Talib , a specialist in skin care and naturopathic, author of the book “reverses the signs of aging , ” explains this theory of how dietary habits can make both a disaster and wonders in the face.

Bad diet habits that destroy the face

This is how he explains it:

“Just by analyzing how your face is aging, I know what kinds of foods you are consuming in large quantities. Sometimes I have read faces at random when I walk down the street. I always tell them to ditch the pasta and eliminate milk from their diet, as I can see from their complexion that their diet is not good for them. ”

Eating cereal for breakfast, bread for lunch, and pasta for dinner is enough for some people to experience bloating or bloating . Fine lines around the eyes and mouth can be caused by 1-2 glasses of wine . If your body cannot tolerate cheese or cream sauce, even with the consumption of even a small amount of these foods, you may see dark circles under your eyes .

Face mapping has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Dr. Talib is able to tell if the patient has a drinking or eating problem just by looking at the face. The form of aging is determined by the food and beverages we consume in larger quantities than we should.

Many hormonal and chemical changes that accelerate the aging process from the outside and inside can be the result of foods that your body cannot digest properly.

Especially the harmful food groups are the following : alcohol, sugar, dairy products and gluten. These foods are to blame for many aging symptoms including wrinkles, sagging, premature fine lines, puffiness, changes in skin tone, or blemishes.

Gluten, sugar, wine and dairy face

Talib stands firm in his proven theory that the food and drink we consume have a direct effect on our face. He called these symptoms derived from bad eating habits: “gluten face”, “sugar face”, “wine face” and “dairy face”.

Depending on which part of your body is exposed under the most stress from the food you eat, the eyes, cheeks, chin or forehead are the areas of the face that are most affected.

Dr. Talob explains what is happening to his patients who have bad dietary habits:

Sugar face

Sugar face symptoms: pasty / grayish-white skin color, thinning of the skin , sore pustular spots, wrinkled appearance of the face, sagging skin under the eyes, wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes .

When we feel tired in the afternoons, we go for some sugary foods. Increase your desire for sugar when blood sugar levels inevitably drop.

Sugar reduces the elasticity of the skin . The face mapping tells us that the forehead is connected to the digestive process, which is why the “sugar face” can cause wrinkles or frown on the forehead.

How to fix it: All you need to do is eliminate processed sugar from your daily diet. It may be too difficult for you, but you will never regret this decision in the future. You will soon notice some improvements in your complexion, even if you cut your sugar intake in half. You should consume natural sugar such as honey, dates or other fruits, instead of refined sugar, and in balanced amounts as well.

Wine face


Wine face symptoms: deep nasolabial folds, flushed cheeks and nose, dehydrated skin , enlarged pores, droopy eyelids, redness between the eyes, and fine lines.

This condition is called the wine face, as it appears in people who drink a lot of alcohol. Your skin is not elastic and is constantly dehydrated so it looks dry and lifeless, while alcohol also affects the liver.

How to fix it: Avoid alcohol for 20 days and apply the 80/20 rule. Enjoy 20% of the time and stay away 80% of the time.

Gluten face


Gluten Face Symptoms: Spots in the chin area, patches of dark pigmentation, and puffy red cheeks.

The most obvious symptoms of gluten intolerance are dark pigmentation or spots around the reproductive organs. Rosacea sufferers experienced great improvements when gluten was eliminated from their daily diet.

How to fix it: If you find gluten to be the problem, eliminate it entirely from your diet. Eat lots of fiber and drink large amounts of water. In this way you will balance the skin and redefine the cheekbones.

Dairy face

Dairy face symptoms: chin swelling, small white spots, dark circles under the eyes and puffy eyelids.

Over time, many people lose their ability to properly digest dairy foods. The body tends to fight dairy due to the inflammation that chemicals stimulate.

The same process of inflammation that causes splintering, heat around the joints, swelling and redness, can stimulate dark circles under the eyes, inflammation and puffy eyelids.

Unnatural hormones are included in much of the milk that is on the market shelves today. This milk disturbs the balance and the hormonal system, causing problems that manifest themselves around the chin.

How to fix it: You should eliminate dairy from your diet for 20 days if you notice that your body cannot tolerate these products. You should analyze any changes in your energy levels, digestion and skin.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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