The food that you put into your body shows up on your skin in many ways. In fact, what you eat can be just as important to how quickly you age as what you put on your skin!
On this podcast, I give you my recommendations for what to eat to look younger. Which foods impact your skin the most? Which drinks are better for your skin than others? And which foods should you absolutely remove from your diet?
I have the answers for you on this podcast! And if you’d like to learn more, check out my FREE 22 page guide to “What to Eat to Look Younger,” available here: http://www.dryoun.com/eat-look-younger/
Have you heard of regenerative medicine?
This describes using your body’s own natural regenerative abilities to turn back the clock. Certain cells contain powerful anti-aging properties, such as stem cells, and these can be harnessed to make your skin look more youthful, thicken your hair, and even improve how things work “down there.” I strongly believe that regenerative medicine is a major component of the future of plastic surgery.
Unfortunately, there is major controversy surrounding many of these treatments.
So on this episode, I’m joined by an expert in regenerative medicine. We’ll discuss the various options available and the differences between them, the legal issues surrounding them, and cut through the marketing hype to reveal whether they truly work.
Please join me and Dr. Amy Killen as we discuss Regenerative Cosmetic Medicine – PRP, Stem Cells, Exosomes, and More.
The health of our bodies shows on our skin. Rashes, eczema, and even wrinkles can all be caused by health issues going on elsewhere, especially our gut. This gut-skin axis is one of the hottest topics in holistic skin health today.
So what diet is best for improving the health of your skin? Should you eat gluten-free? What about dairy? How much protein should you eat each day? And what does stress have to do with all this?
On this episode of the Holistic Plastic Surgery Show, I’m joined by a nutritionist who is an expert in the gut-skin connection. She’s going to give you the tools to determine what could be the underlying root cause of your skin issues. We’ll cover which foods to eat and which to avoid, what simple lifestyle changes can reap huge rewards in your skin, and even a simple DIY test to determine if you are making enough stomach acids to digest your food properly. It’s an information-packed show.
Please join me and my good friend, clinical nutritionist Jennifer Fugo, as we reveal The Healthy Skin Diet.
South Korea has become well-known as the mecca of all-things beauty and skin care. Sheet masks, essences, twenty step skin care routines – these are all hallmarks of K Beauty. But is following the principles of K Beauty really the best thing for you and your skin?
This week I’m joined by a prominent dermatologist to get to the bottom of K Beauty – which parts are good, which should be skipped, and which have revolutionized skin care as we know it. She will also share with us a very simple skin care routine that everyone can follow for healthy, youthful skin.
If you’re looking for beautiful skin and have wondered whether K Beauty may hold the answers for you, this is the podcast episode to listen to.
Please join me and Dr. Joyce Park as we discuss K Beauty and the Ideal Skin Care Routine.
Get sleep, eat healthy foods, and exercise. We all know these health promoting activities are important to living longer. But what else can we do?
On this week’s podcast I’m joined by an expert in men’s holistic health to reveal next level tips and strategies for men to live longer and healthier lives. It’s called Male 2.0, and it’s based on the premise of epigenetics, that your actions and lifestyle can influence how your genes express themselves.
He’s going to share with us five specific actions that every man should consider if they want to take the next step in longevity. I believe that this information truly represents the future of health for men.
Please join me and Dr. Tracy Gapin as we reveal Five Things Every Man Should Do To Live To 100.