The state of your skin is not a function of how old you are. Your skin condition is malleable. You have control over how your skin ages. Your skin health is the cumulative experience of your lifetime of habits and behaviours. What you eat today, you wear tomorrow.
Smoke. Drag on a fag and you'll look like a hag. Overeat. Too much food and the body stores it as fat. Overeating also stresses your liver which is crucial in your skin staying youthful. Don’t Sleep. Stay up all night. Do not rest. That should do it...
I stopped drinking over 35 years ago. Best. Decision. Ever. The more you understand why we drink and how alcohol causes breast cancer, liver disease, domestic violence, harm to our children, social damage and so much more, you sober up pretty quickly.
What you eat today, you wear tomorrow. Remember that you are in control of the state of your skin. It is not a function of how old you are. You have control over how your skin ages. Your skin is built every day, by your intestines, from the nutrients in the foods you eat.
This video is about why I stopped drinking alcohol for good, over 35 years ago. It was one of the best things I have ever done for my skin health, cancer risk, longevity, liver health, heart health and brain. However the reason I quit the booze is not what you think…
Here is a short 2015 filmed exceptional health video of me speaking broadly about modern lifestyle cancers. These short clips were originally filmed when we were 'The Exceptional Health Company', however they were so popular, here they are.
“The more you drink, the higher your risk of cancer. The less you drink, the less at risk you are of developing cancer. It is as simple as that” Naomi Allen, Cancer Epidemiologist, Oxford University, UK. The best three lines ever written about alcohol.
There has been a 500% increase in deaths from liver cirrhosis in the past 40 years. This is mainly caused by the dramatic and widespread increase in alcohol consumption. In countries like the UK, Australia and New Zealand, it is causing extraordinary harm.
Coffee damages the liver and that raises early death risk from all the major NCDs. A study found that drinking coffee negatively affects the individual components of liver function. Your liver is in charge of your weight, fat burning and aging.