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Is drinking honey bad for acne?

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It didn't bother me, but I only put a small amount. I'd try to get the least processed...local honey is probably best.

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It's probably OK as long as you have honey with your tea, not tea with your honey.

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I have my green tea with no sweetener, but with a little skim milk, which contains lactose, a sugar. I don't want to cut milk out of my diet entirely, because it's a source of calcium and other nutrients.

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local honey really seems to help with allergies, since you are developing an immunity to pollens etc, i think some skin conditions such as redness(and possibly acne) are contributed to allergies, either way less irritation is always nice

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It didn't bother me, but I only put a small amount. I'd try to get the least processed...local honey is probably best.

How do you know if you are buying decent honey? The bottle I have doesn't say the exact ingredients.

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Unless it's mauka honey, most honey is the same. There's just a difference in the processing. Try getting unpasterized raw honey. YOu can get it in any store for the same price as normal honey. I don't liked creamed honey but whatever you want. It all has a lot of sugar no matter how processed it is.

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