Kale contains beta carotene, vitamin K, vitamin C, lutein, zeaxanthin (a carotenoid similar to lutein), calcium and fiber. A sulfur-containing phytonutrient in kale called sulforaphane is believed to have powerful anti-cancer, anti-diabetic and anti-microbial properties and is released when the leaves are chopped or chewed (or blended in a green smoothie!)
he high chlorophyll content of kale delivers substances that reduce inflammation, like acne, and detoxify your body.
Antioxidants fight free radicals in the body, which can cause DNA damage and cancer and weaken the immune system. Acne flare-ups can be prevented or reduced by the consumption of foods high in antioxidants, like kale. The antioxidants help strengthen your immune system and prevent free radicals from destroying your skin.
If you are trying to clear your acne, you can add kale to your diet in a variety of ways
PINEAPPLE FOR SKIN & ACNE
Pineapple acts as a rejuvenating agent to exfoliate unclogs acne pores. The enzymes found in pineapples will fight free-radical damage and also cleanse the skin by dissolving blackheads and dead cells from the skin’s surface. This also unclogs the skin and prevents buildup of acne and pimples. Excess oils from our sebum and skin cells clogs the pores thus resulting in bacteria growth. Acne usually occurs on the face, back, and/or chest.
1 BUNCH OF KALE
Depending on the juicer you have, you may want to chop the kale up just a little bit before juicing. If you have a high-quality juicer like Jack Lalane, etc…. you can just put the kale in whole. Remove the outter skin from the pineapple; Juice both. Enjoy!