I have read and reviewed many books on skincare but most of them require buying costly cosmetics from make-up stores. This book however, promises to give inexpensive and natural beauty secrets to its readers. I initially felt that food and dietary changes as an alternative to better skin was too simplistic a view and as always, I would be unsatisfied after reading this.
However since Beauty Food Bible comes with a money-back guarantee, I thought to myself, ‘what could be the harm in checking out these methods?’ So I decided to give the book a chance and read with an open mind.
After taking time to read the book and experiment with some of its natural methods, it pleases me to write that Beauty Food Bible is certainly a must read to look your best!
Beauty Food Bible, written by Tracy Patterson, provides a collection of natural foods and recipes that benefit various skin types. You will even find a chapter devoted to improving hair conditions.
A unique viewpoint this book reflects is how simple it can be to solve common skin conditions and issues you might be having. There is hardly the need to visit a dermatologist and go through appointment after appointment to take care of your body.
Personally, I love to eat. Patterson encourages eating in Beauty Food Bible- the right stuff that is. And if you want to know the foods to be putting in your mouth, her book does just that.
It’s always good to know that there are foods out there which can give you the best of both worlds: they taste delicious and go a long way in improving your health. Talk about convenience! And that’s what beauty food bible does well- it provides you with a list of easy to get foods and tell you the benefits of each one.
For instance, I don’t know about you, but I need to have at least a beverage in the mornings before work. I followed this book’s recommendation of drinking green tea to get my caffeine fix which is inexpensive and can be found easily. Thankfully, green tea lived up to its promise. Not only is it effective in keeping you up and going, it has tons of health benefits in a single cup which you can read more in-depth with this book.
While many of the foods suggested in the book might be common knowledge, you also learn about lesser-known foods and how it can help your body. Did you know that red kidney beans is a “superfood” that helps in preventing wrinkles and other deep lines in your face? Or brightly colored fruits and vegetables are loaded with antioxidants that protect you from sun damage?
For those with existing skin conditions or looking for alternative remedies, this book would work to your advantage. If you’re looking for foods that fight against common ailments like acne, wrinkles, or dry skin, this book gives you precise tips on what to eat in order for aliments to reduce or at best, disappear.
If you’re thinking foods are solely for consuming, you’re wrong. I found it fascinating how making face masks out of carrot or egg white can help shrink pores! Certainly a considerable alternative as opposed to the usual routine of hunting for anti-acne products from your local pharmacy!
What I appreciate about this book is that most of the information and recipes provided by Patterson are not difficult to obtain or prepare. Quite the opposite actually, I’m sure you will have little trouble finding these natural foods in your local stores.
In addition to Beauty Food Bible, you also get bonus books on recipes teaching you how to make smoothies and juices for skin enhancement.
These bonuses make sense as an addition, especially if you find the Beauty Food Bible useful as a health alternative. Always wanted to make a facial scrub but didn’t know how? Or looking to detox with the perfect juice? Well, here’s a guide that caters to you and like beauty food bible, these recipes don’t require much effort to whip up.
I’ve always been open to researching on new ways in improving my overall health. Sure that might mean making changes here and there. You would likely have to make changes to your diet if you choose to follow this book. If you’re up for that, then Beauty Food Bible gets my vote of confidence as a reliable guide. I’ve been adding more natural foods to my diet and so far, I’ve been feeling and looking great!