Recently I have been paying a lot of attentions on eating healthy food. I eat predominantly organic foods, otherwise conventionally grown food. I eat a lot of vegetable, fruits and fishes everday. My skin has improved a lot and I felt a lot better.
But recently, I noticed strange symptoms that I think it is from over-dosage. My meal last night consists of 2 servings of salmon, 2 spoons of olive oils and 4 leafs of kale (which is about 10 servings). I drank one scoop of protein as well because I was building muscles. I got two pimples last night on the forehead, which signified that I have some stomach trouble.
I don't know which one I should cut back. I suspects three sources of over-dosage: protein, vitamin A or vitamin C, but I'm not so sure.View Thread
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