Posted 06 March 2012 - 06:40 PM
B-complexes back then seemed to break me out, but now Garden of Life's food based b complex doesn't cause me problems. As to why, no concrete ideas, though I'd wager I was dealing with major systemic inflammation. Lol, back then I took so many supplements, didn't want t believe in the diet/lifestyle/acne connection. Shame!!!!!
Posted 23 April 2012 - 02:50 AM
Honestly, good sums of the vitamin b complex class set are required regularly to ensure the right purpose of some systems within the body anatomy. Niacin (during the vitamin b complex collection set) can be found in nearly every cell within the body. Inappropriate quantities of niacin inside the eating habits can cause dermatitis (moistureless, scratchy, infected epidermis), muscles discomfort, cramping pains, weakness, sleeping disorder, stomach upset, emotional difficulties, lesions during the oral cavity and appetite loss.
One other vitally important portion of the b complex collection is folic acid b vitamin, recognised till not too long ago as folate. Sound males and females older than Thirteen might need not less than 400 mg on a daily basis. Women that are currently pregnant or breastfeeding will need more to help the development requirements of small children. Inadequacies could lead to a range of studying impairments and growing disorders.
Virtually no higher restraints have already been founded on the vitamin b complex class set. Basically no overdose implications have already been known, apart from immediately following intravenous treatment of prescription levels. After consumed orally, your system uses precisely what it desires and excretes all that remains.
Posted 02 June 2012 - 11:20 PM
I'm still oscillating on whether or not B5 is a good idea for me. I think I'll settle that score like this: go visit a nutritionist / herbalist. Have some guidance. Ya dig?
Posted 03 June 2012 - 08:02 AM
Clear for almost 1 year & in control of my acne, although due to some hyperpigmentation, I believed I was still breaking out. In fact, I thought I had just cleared up a few months ago, but after realizing my "breakouts" were simply scarring I also realized I was technically clear for much longer than I thought. Rare breakouts only whenever I get lazy with my diet.
The Cure for Acne:
-Avoid the Acne Trifecta: Soy, Gluten, and Dairy like the plague.
-Eat a Low-GI diet and avoid Sugar.
-Eat lots of protein and healthy fats (ANTIBIOTIC FREE/NO HORMONES ADDED/FREE RANGE/HUMANELY SLAUGHTERED)
-Get lots of green vegetables and sunshine.
-Supplement whenever possible. Due to how much we've ruined food in the past 60 years, the amount of nutrients found in food nowadays is lower than it was decades ago.
-Exercise, get sunshine, and avoid stressful situations.
-Don't fear food. Go out & eat. It's not good for the skin, but it's good for the soul.
Posted 16 June 2012 - 05:28 PM
so b-complex vitamins will not make EVERYONE break out. this thread title is misleading. the message should be about moderation and getting your RDA of vit b --- in all its forms -- via a healthy diet.
Posted 29 June 2013 - 04:41 PM
B vitamins totally break me out! Especially in fortified gluten free cereals and kids multi-vitamins!
Posted 26 May 2014 - 02:23 PM
OK here's the deal: I've been an acne.org member for actually 14 years. FOURTEEN LONG YEARS. And this is what I found out:
- - B-Complex DOES cause acne. (May be due to intestinal permeability / "Leaky Gut" / intestinal hyperpermeability - YES this is a real condition, not quack, ask Dr. Galland, MD)
- - Biotin alone does cause acne
- - CHEESE, PROBIOTICS, COW's MILK, any Animal milk, CREAM, SOUR CREAM ALL yield acne, at least for me AND MY SISTER. They probably come out to the bloodstream as foreign because of leaky gut again. To close up leaky gut, you need to be on a strict gluten-free diet and take Omega-3 (enteric) + glutamine
- - TAURINE gives me acne too - maybe large or small enough molecule to pass through the gut into the bloodstream like the dairy products.
Eggs and butter are fine for me.
Try this experiment and EAT CHEESE, CREAM, COW'S MILK + WHEAT all month long. Even the people I know who don't get acne do get one at a time on the chin after they ate a ton of dairy products.
Edited by rentstuff, 26 May 2014 - 03:13 PM.
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