How To Get Glowing Skin Without The Expense of Products and Procedures!


If I expect my audience to believe a word I’m saying about eating a bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables for vibrant health, I’d better look somewhat vibrant myself!  As a motivational speaker on health and wellness, I do walk my talk (almost all the time) and not only have I felt the difference when my food choices slip, but I’ve SEEN the difference in my skin and around the waist!  So I can attest to the difference that “live” food makes (fresh fruits and veggies) vs. “dead” foods (overcooked, over processed brown hued foods) especially in the smoothness and glow of my skin.

Follow the link below to one of my favorite experts in the field of health, Dr. Andrew Weil, and read about a study that supports the benefits of fresh fruits and crunchy vegetables in our daily meal plans. (You’ll have to scroll down past the first article on Sedentary Desk Jobs to get to the Fruits and Vegetables for Better Skin that I’m referring to!)

From your fruit lovin’ salad munchin’ motivational speaker, Polly Pitchford


Motivational Speaker Polly Pitchford didn’t always know the phytochemical benefits of kale, in fact, those words weren’t even in her vocabulary 30 years ago. Neither did she see any reason to do jumping jacks on a cement surface for an hour. But all it took was a chance vegetarian cooking class and some high-energy music to open her eyes upon a whole new world of healthy living. For 30 years Polly has practiced, studied, taught, educated and lived a healthy lifestyle that makes her such a powerful speaker.

Polly’s down-to-Earth and humorous approach mirrors her own lifelong journey to lasting, positive changes. The audience walks away with tangible plans for improving their health and their lives through food, fitness and fun.
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  1. Polly, have you heard anything about certain foods contributing to oily skin? My skin has been really really oily lately. Is that attributed to the food I eat or the weather? It’s usually oily anyway – but not this much.

  2. Would you believe the first holistic reference I checked suggesting cutting down on chocolate and red meats??  Dang!  On a lighter note increasing fresh fruits and vegetables have an anti-inflammatory effect which helps with hormone levels which helps with oil production.  The Omega 3s in oily fish and nuts are good for this same anti-inflammatory effect too.  Of course heredity and stress are equal partners in this.  So my advise is to crunch on a carrot! 

  3. Thanks Polly – exercise must help for a health glow too.  Ever since I started doing Hot Pilates (tons of sweat from a bootcamp in a hot room) I’ve noticed my skin more vibrant. Plus I love crunching on celery!  Thanks for the reminder about health!

  4. Right on, Polly!!!!  I know this one to be true FIRST HAND!!  I go to Optimum Health Institute in Lemon Grove, CA twice a year for just one week and consume nothing but raw fruits & veggies and LOTS of wheatgrass juice.  The difference in my skin (and especially the whites of my eyes) is remarkable.  Night and Day.  My skin goes from kind of puffy, pasty and bloated – to clear, bright and glowing.  Plus – I go from FEELING kind of sluggish and tired on day one – to feeling energetic, vibrant, incredibly happy and like I could take on ANYTHING life hands me!!!  It’s nothing short of amazing. 

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