How I Manage Crohn’s (Mostly) Without Medication Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email The universe gave me a little reality check recently. I had the idea to write a blog post about my experience with Crohn’s Disease, and I dismissed it thinking, “I don’t identify as someone who even has Crohn’s anymore.” Cue my latest flare up, […]
My AP Biology teacher (hi, Mr. Rio!) drilled it into our heads that protein is the powerhouse of your cells. You’re basically all cells! Don’t you want to be a powerhouse? Protein is critical for countless biological processes such as creating all cells such as bone, muscles, connective tissues, and skin; repairing tissues (not just muscle tissue); and synthesizing enzymes and hormones.
Intermittent fasting is a tool you can throw in your toolbox. Here’s my favorite way it can support your skin goals: Think of autophagy as a waste management process within you to clean up cellular debris from constant cellular regeneration, recycle what it can, and eliminate the rest along with the toxins created through normal biological processes within the body or taken in from outside.