One must understand that acne is directly related to your health. By better understanding the correct health information in general, you will be able to better understand why you have acne, and the best way to get rid of it for good. Look to these websites to inform you on correct health beliefs based on the most current research to date.
What is it? A non profit organization founded to “disseminate the research of nutrition pioneer Dr. Weston Price, whose studies of isolated nonindustrialized peoples established the parameters of human health and determined the optimum characteristics of human diets.” The Foundation has grown substantially every year since it’s founding in 1999.
Who is behind it? Sally Fallon Morell, MA is a nutrition researcher and community activist who founded the WAPF. Her, along with lipid expert, Mary G. Enig, PhD, FACN, CNS and several other doctors and experts make up the board of directors. This highly intelligent, and correctly informed group of health experts hold yearly conferences to promote their beliefs to the community.
Why is it useful? If you can fully absorb and understand the information from this resource, the acne and diet connection will make much more sense. Read everything you can in the ‘Health Topics’ page — it contains tons of valuable information on what healthy eating really is.
What is it? A blog and community of like minded individuals who blog about the “paleo” approach to health. This approach uses the evolutionary history of homo sapiens, plus the best of modern science, as a broad framework for guiding daily choices about diet, fitness, medicine, and supplementation.
Why is it useful? Modern Paleo brings heightened awareness of the link between diet and disease. It helps give a practical understanding of human health through a philosophical perspective.
What is it? A blog about raw milk, real food and natural remedies.
Who is behind it? Kimberly Hartke is publicist for the Weston A. Price Foundation, a leading nutrition education non-profit which promotes sustainable agriculture and traditional foods.
Why is it useful? Kimberly’s blog teaches about healthy eating practices, including sustainable farming and dairy. Any blog which promotes the concept of “learning from our ancestors” understands what “true” health really is.
What is it? A blog dedicated to debunking mainstream myths about nutrition, health and disease.
Who is behind it? Chris Kresser is a a licensed acupuncturist who underwent a serious ordeal with chronic illness when traveling to Indonesia in his twenties. Much like myself, his experience with the illness gave him the passion and motivation to conduct his own research on the disease and health in general.
Why is it useful? Chris’s blog is one of a ‘skeptic’ – and rightfully so. The information does not blindly follow the word spread by mainstream media and by misinformed doctors. His blog aims to put the myths aside and understand true health.