The saying “You are what you eat” is thrown around lightly but actually, it has real grass roots! It was written by German physiologist Anthelme Brillat-Bravarin in 1826 but was introduced into the English language in the 1920’s by nutritionist Victor Lindlahr. The saying itself is very true simply because the body, like a machine, needs good fuel to function well. Feed it with constant grease, fat, sugar and starch and it won’t perform well, neither will it look good. Your organs, including your skin (the biggest of all organs), need good quality food and actually, the hine!