New Year’s resolutions, inflammation & clearing acne – Episode 17 – Summer Tomato Live

by | Dec 19, 2011

Tonight is the final episode of Summer Tomato Live for 2011. Tune in here at 6pm PST for a live chat with me about food, health and New Year’s resolutions.

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6 Responses to “New Year’s resolutions, inflammation & clearing acne – Episode 17 – Summer Tomato Live”

  1. Megan says:

    Hi Darya,

    I’m going to take a sugar, dairy, and wheat break for 21 days, too. I’ve had acne recently and I figured it was worth a try. The reason I picked 21 was because supposedly that’s about how long it takes to form a new habit. Could you give us some tips on avoiding wheat? It’s such a ubiquitous ingredient that sometimes I wonder if it’s really a sustainable habit.

  2. Corey Lewis says:

    What is your view on eating hard boiled eggs for breakfast in the morning?

  3. bleepbloop says:

    You should drink Turmeric for intestinal problems works great for me.

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