Coffee with coconut creamer
It's not an addiction; it's cancer prevention, and you can stop whenever you want. Coffee's been found to reduce the risk of melanoma, provided you drink more than four cups of caffeinated coffee a day, which shouldn't be too difficult if you have a desk job. However, as Dr. Nagler points out, the milk some people like to splash in that coffee is considered to be pretty prominent in aggravating acne. Meanwhile, non-dairy milk substitutes can be loaded with additives that your skin also won't be happy about. “For people who are concerned with acne, replace traditional milk products with things like almond milk or coconut milk,” Dr. Nagler recommends.
And there you have it: get wired on four cups of coffee with coconut creamer for cancer-free, clear skin.
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Marina Komarovsky is a freelance writer for Thrillist, and she wishes that sweet potato fries were skin-healthy, but knows that's unfortunately not the case. For more on health and nutrition, follow her tweets: @MariKomarovsky.