Your liver is your main ally against toxins causing havoc in the closed system of your physiology. Yeah — it's a filter. Just ... look at the size of it! (ahem) Treat it with kindness. Plants — and a four-syllable trace element — can help.
Ashwagandha's annoyingly difficult-to-pronouce compounds have anti-inflammatory properties that naturally work to reduce the swellings and porous infections that characterize acne and a bad complexion. Meanwhile, Ashwagandha's anti-androgens modulate those hormones most responsible for the extra sebum production that causes breakouts in the first place.
Think of slaking a great thirst by pouring a tall glass of spring water onto a sponge, and then gnawing the sponge to get the water back out of it. That is the animal agriculture model. Europe has no choice but to innovate another way. Protein will not be an issue.
You've seen these little wheatgrass stands. Usually there is a blender, an overly-energized server in an apron, and a decorative little plot of earth with bright green grass growing straight up out of it with therectitude of a marine drill sergeant's crew cut.
A sun can throw unmediated energy at a cold wet rock for a million eons, and what do you get? A warm wet rock. Energy needs a mechanism to feed, to put it as unsentimentally as possible. So here’s a nutty idea—how about an ingenious (and generous) mediating force that eats the raw energy of the sun and turns it into stuff an animal can chew? We call these "plants".