This Week Red Lotus Skin Care Salon poses the question:
To be Vegan or Not to be Vegan?
Vegan is a way of life, truly an art in learning to properly food combine for nutritional balance for the human body. Can a vegan lifestyle actually improve your health and skin condition?
Our Master Esthetician Patricia Barnett says: "I have seen many skin rashes and chronic problems such as bumps around the mouth or rashes disappear with a simple a diet shift."
For example dairy intolerance, removing dairy from a diet left a very frustrating skin condition in the dust. This client was so happy to have discovered this after years of unexplained skin breakouts.
However, we found this video very interesting for the subject of balance and the vegan way of life. A raw food author explains why she's no longer is vegan in this thought provoking video.