Acne bumps on face, arms, thighs, or butt? Your body is trying to tell you something
Simply put, acne type bumps are generally caused by dirt, oil, or inflammation. In some cases, it is also caused by bad sleeping habits, drinking sodas, and being under tremendous stress for a long period of time. On rare occasions, acne and bumps also occur because of cosmetic products, and ironically, even products sold to fight acne and bumps on cheeks, arms, and legs.
In essence, most often acne bumps can be remedied through diet and relaxation. Diet is typically very important to avoid getting acne in the first place and in most case get rid of an outbreak of acne. In fact, white and red acne and bumps occur when your body is trying to tell you something: the deficiency of Omega 3 essential fatty acids, vitamin D and vitamin A.
So you want to get rid of your acne fast and avoid an outbreak?
Here's where you start.
Avoid eating junk food, processed food, canned food, saturated fat, and trans fats that are not good for you. Then make yourself a great salad with some wild-caught salmon. This will provide you with beta carotene (which helps you with absorption of vitamin A), vitamin K, and together help with your body's absorption of vitamin D.
Here's a great recipe:
Gather your ingredients (ideally organic where possible).
100 grams or 5 ounces of wild-caught salmon (cooked and shredded)
2 cups of romaine lettuce
1/2 cup of sliced carrots
1/2 cup diced ripe avocado
1/4 cup raw unsalted walnuts
1/4 cup slightly salted (sea salt ideally) almonds
1 tablespoon hemp
1/2 cup diced green and red bell peppers
1/4 cup chopped parsley
1/4 cup chopped cilantro
1/4 cup chopped green beans
1/4 cup of red tomatoes
1 tablespoon of plain kefir yogurt
2 tablespoons sliced green olives
1 lime (juice as salad dressing)
Sea salt and cayenne pepper to taste
Mix all the ingredient and then finally add the lime juice and seasoning with salt and cayenne pepper. Enjoy your great high essential fatty acid salad with lots of vitamin A and beta carotene and vitamin D.