Feed Your Face: Younger, Smoother Skin and a Beautiful Body in 28 Delicious Days

Cosmetics companies, women’s magazines―even doctors―will swear that food doesn’t affect the skin. But Dr. Jessica Wu knows that’s just not true. After years spent battling her own problem skin and caring for some of Hollywood’s most famous faces, she’s learned that what you eat has everything to do with your complexion.

– Want to soften crow’s-feet? Find out which foods will turn back time.
– Plagued by pimples? Discover the snacks that will erase blemishes.
-Worried about skin cancer? Learn what to eat and what to avoid.
– Feel a sunburn coming on? Uncover why red wine may save your skin from peeling and flaking.

Packed with celebrity food diaries and anecdotes, patient testimonials, and before and after photos, Feed Your Face is an easy-to-follow, 28-day diet plan that will help readers banish blemishes, wipe out wrinkles, shed unwanted pounds, and generally feel better―in their clothes and in their skin.

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  1. Luke

    Superb book, plenty of great tips, and a very smooth read. Dr. Jessica Wu definitely makes reading her book a breeze by keeping the audience engaged and offering some savvy tips.About two years ago I chose to really turn my life around and start to exercise, eat a well balanced and nutritionally dense diet, and overall just take care of myself.I got this book because before I decided to turn my life around, I was breaking out very frequently, and often had cystic acne or painful pimples all over my face, which started since I…

  2. Jack

    Very well written, thoughtful with some great info As a physician, I’m always interested in reading books by other doctors. Dr. Jessica Wu is a prominent celebrity dermatologist based in Beverly Hills. I’ve seen her on several television programs, and thought I’d pick up this book. Dr. Wu basically gives a very detailed description of how you can look younger, healthier, and improve your skin by changing what you eat. She explains the glycemic index, and how eating foods too high in sugar can result in inflammation, leading to acne, dry…

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