Originally Posted by Zara Mari
Can anyone testify the real effect of coffee on our skin? What are your proofs or any readings?
Who would know more about skin care than a dermatologist? There's a book by a dermatologist: "The Perricone Prescription" by Nicholas Perricone, M.D..
He says it's important that you not drink ANY coffee. If you do drink coffee, your cortisol and insulin levels will rise, and that speeds up the aging process.
The only "good" thing I ever heard about coffee is that it has a lot of antioxidants. The same could be said of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds. These foods represent the healthy way to get your antioxidants.