Lindsay Livingston, RD

Lindsay Livingston, RD

1) Avoid “diet” foods. They’re typically full of unnecessary ingredients. Focus on real, whole foods that are full of nutrients and minimally processed.

2) Listen to your body. Learn to tune in and recognize signs of hunger and fullness. Take the time to enjoy your food and really taste the things you’re eating. Don’t feel like you have to eat just because the clock is telling you it’s the right time.

3) Focus on balancing your plate at every meal. Choose lean proteins, healthy fats and complex carbs. Even when you’re snacking, make sure your snack always includes a protein source to help you stay full and satisfied longer.

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Hi, I am Acne Einstein(a.k.a. Seppo Puusa). I'm a bit of a science nerd who is also passionate about health. I enjoy digging through medical journals for acne treatment gems I can share here. You can read more about my journey through acne and how I eventually ended up creating this.