Thanks hun! I've been dealing with this since 2011 so it's been a while. But you know what, if you could do it and still hold your head up high, so can I.
I feel for you... I've had severe acne since I was 14, and psoriasis/eczema way before that (which turned out to be food allergies), so I know the feeling of being so utterly, completely, and embarrassingly helpless upon medication. I felt like a failed human being, despite my positivity on life overall. What universe would make someone suffer through so many things? Why this?
But you know... without it, I would have never found some good friends in the dermatologist community, nutrition community, and even in the neighborhood community I lived in who were going through the exact same thing as me, so it was an experience well learned .
Your frustration on your diet is complete understood, at least by me, so please know that you'll always have people like us supporting you an helping you though out this endeavor until something hopefully changes for the better <3. For now, explore and seek alternatives, and whatever you do, don't feel like it's impossible. But please take a break, or heck... even give up!... if you're thinking that your acne is keeping you from enjoying your life. Acne or no acne, you are here to live, an that's all that matters .
diets just doesnt work. nothing does.
im no newbie with those diets and healthy ways k?
i even didnt eat nogluten grains and nuts anymore. no sweets, no lemonade whatsoever!! </3 barely to no dairy (once had somekinda probiotic superhealthy one anyway)
ONLY fruits, veggetables, some rare evoo, chicken, some fish, beans, greens, PLAIN water, green tea. NO SUGAR TO TEA EVEN!! even drink and eat separately for digestion. no eating at evening. everything perfect.
low cal, low sugar, low sodium etc and basically low on food?? o~o
even supplement omega 3, also vit d3
A WHOLE MONTH LIKE THIS!!
NOTHING HAPPENED AT ALL! shits all over my face...everyday new ones like a rule...
I understand your frustration since many of us, including myself, have been there, but please know that it took me more than a year to see any kind of dietary improvement, and that one month is nowhere near enough time unless you happen to hit the bullseye with what may have been causing your skin to develop acne. I had to get rid of milk for more than six months until my cysts went away, and even then white heads were everywhere. Vegetables can be the culprit too, and even fruit can be way too much to handle. Always explore and never stop growing... if you give up then you give up. I gave up many times, but it was the break I needed to keep moving forward, so there can be a bit of an irony to stoping and then trying new things .