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That reply is far and wide! There are many schools of thought on the subject. I'll just list a few:

1) Foods that are too acidic. An over-acidic body has acne as one of its side effects (the thread is in the diet forum)

2) Foods with high glycemic indexes (GI's). Foods with high GI's conduce insulin in the body which may lead to inflammatory reactions. That is...(some) carbs. Do a web search on this topic.

3) Foods that impede liver function in the long term. Read this

4) Other foods that contain processed ingredients like: refined sugars, gluten, etc.

Just remember that this doesn't necessarily affect everyone. Those who are more prone to acne have more sensitive skin receptors, etc.

There are lots more out there. Hope that helps.


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Is there any other ingredients that I should look out for???

Like some things that will be on the ingredients list on package of the food product....like hydronated oils etc....

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Is there any other ingredients that I should look out for???

Like some things that will be on the ingredients list on package of the food product....like hydronated oils etc....


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I saw that all meat is acidic.....But I love meat...Am I still going to be able to eat it???

If I can still eat it....how much meat can I eat in a day? with out overloading and causing a breakout??Or will eating meat period increase your chances of breaking out....by a whole lot????

And what types of meat have the least chance of breaking you out?

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Lean meats are the best. Turkey, chicken.

Also, it depends on how you prepare it as well. Mind you, it should be well-cooked or else you risk getting infected with parasites.

You don't have to cut out all meats. Try to balance your diet 70% alkaline, 30% acidic. Over alklaline isn't too good either. You see, with the pH balance of your body, the results aren't immediate, like the myth goes about eating chocolate. You probably won't breakout after eating tons meat in one day. It's all about the long run. That's how our body reacts. Slowly, yet surely.


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What about fish???

Also...is it ok to eat rice every once in a while??

Also..is rice bran cereal less acne aggervating than wheat?

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What about fish???

Also...is it ok to eat rice every once in a while??

Also..is rice bran cereal less acne aggervating than wheat?


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I mean....what type of bran cereal is less likely the cause a breakout?

Is bran cereal made out of wheat less likely to break someone out??or is a bran cereal made out of rice less likely to cause me to breakout?

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Dude...you're freaking out! You don't have to go to the very extremes to find balance in your diet. Moderation is the key. If you eat a little wheat, it's no biggie. Even a moderate amount of wheat, it's probably not going to do anything bad to ya.

For me, I've seen bran cereals with wheat in them, and I just prefer to get pure bran cereal. If you like the taste of wheat + bran, then go for it! Breakfast is supposed to be a fun thing. smile.gif


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Not for me...lol....its more of a science =P~

I know that food affects my acne..cause I went on a benge on eating all the acne causing foods there is...and by the end of the week I broke out....so now im going to cut all of em out...

One more question about food LOL!!!!

then ill stop asking for a while....and try my new diet....

Does shrimp aggervate acne????

LOL im obsessed...but this is the last question for a long while

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Afaik, shrimp isn't "bad" for our skin. Just eat it in moderation. Just beware of toxic mercury and parasites and what not of course. lol. Avoid ALL fried seafoods of any kind if you can. (Fried shrimp being one of them)


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I have been trying to avoid fried seafoods...but its so hard...lol

I been eating baked seafoods more often than I do fried...

But every once in a while I will go to Long John Silvers

And Long John Silvers has the most greasy seafood I have every laid my fingers on.....I mean...when I pick up the there fired fish...and I look at my fingers...my fingers will be literally soaked with grease...but I eat there very rarely....

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And Long John Silvers has the most greasy seafood I have every laid my fingers on.....I mean...when I pick up the there fired fish...and I look at my fingers...my fingers will be literally soaked with grease...but I eat there very rarely....

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SInce I have other problems with blood sugar, I usually have a low carb diet type cereal weekday mornings. The ingredients probably aren't the most natural, but most cereals give me hunger pains within half an hour of eating them (ie eating nothing is better than eating starch for some of us). Look for whole grains if nothing else. flour=bad - very, very bad. I don't have nearly as much trouble with sugar as I do with flour.


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