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New Solution For Acne Found At Uc Berkeley

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Hi guys:

Just thought that I’d share that my dermatologist recommended ActivaMune which was developed by scientists at UC Berkeley at double the supplemental dosage for my acne and that within three months my face is completely clear. Apparently the way that it works is that the DIM in it (which comes from broccoli) has anti-inflammatory properties and immune enhancing properties both of the which are very important for acne as acne is caused by chronic inflammation on the skin and constant re-infections that lead to the inflammation. My skin is clear and I’m very excited.

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Alysson

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The best known plant-derived anti-androgen is 3,3'-Diindolylmethane(DIM). I'm afraid it is the same old card trick with a new spin on it. What is getting old is the constant downplaying of risks.


"Fret not fellas. I've got a 145 IQ, zen pain tolerance, the resilience of a cockroach, the survival instincts of a rat. I'll win; it's what I do. And then I'll help all of you, forgetting no one; I swear."

"I did get some fatigue and minor cramps from taste testing spicy food I was cooking. Even though I didn't swallow and rinsed, the residue got me. This hypersensitivity is annoying."

Thus spoke Joseph Buchignani.


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just brocoli?


Itchy red raised skin - dermatitis??

huge pores

indented scar

oils used for cooking

inflamed whiteheads & clogged pores

my balanced diet chart and skincare routine(medications taken & products used now)


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The best known plant-derived anti-androgen is 3,3'-Diindolylmethane(DIM). I'm afraid it is the same old card trick with a new spin on it. What is getting old is the constant downplaying of risks.

huh? Care to elaborate (I would appreciate it).

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The best known plant-derived anti-androgen is 3,3'-Diindolylmethane(DIM). I'm afraid it is the same old card trick with a new spin on it. What is getting old is the constant downplaying of risks.

huh? Care to elaborate (I would appreciate it).

Sure, DIM = anti-androgen = attempting to fight Mother Nature, in a fight you are destined to lose. Just look up the side effects associated with anti-androgens, and all will become clear. Unfortunately, many of the popular (pharmaceutical and holistic) acne treatments attempt to curb androgen expression.


"Fret not fellas. I've got a 145 IQ, zen pain tolerance, the resilience of a cockroach, the survival instincts of a rat. I'll win; it's what I do. And then I'll help all of you, forgetting no one; I swear."

"I did get some fatigue and minor cramps from taste testing spicy food I was cooking. Even though I didn't swallow and rinsed, the residue got me. This hypersensitivity is annoying."

Thus spoke Joseph Buchignani.


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