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In Topic: Quitting Accutane ....need Advice

09 October 2014 - 04:09 PM

Regardless of whether or not you stop accutane, try to improve your nutritional profile, especially in areas that accutane depletes - vitamin D, E, cysteine, methionine, B vitamins.

This will help your acne, and the side effects of the drug.

In Topic: Food Intolerance Test

05 October 2014 - 09:29 AM

A couple things. First, oily skin coming back does not mean the acne will come back. Oily skin does not cause acne.

Secondly, if you're having problems with oily skin, you might want to do a nutritional profile first to see the levels of vitamins and metabolites in your blood. This will probably be more useful for you.

Lastly, accutane changes your immune system. I would not take any food sensitivity test until you've been off the medication for at least a month.

In Topic: I Got Tested For A Food Intolerance Test... Here's What I Found Out

03 October 2014 - 02:00 PM

Candida is rarely the issue, even though many think it is. The issue is general dysbiosis, caused by an imbalance in usually bacteria. A probiotic rich diet of whole foods will still help this condition, however; but avoiding sugars is largely unnecessary if the sugars are coming from whole food sources in reasonable amounts.

In Topic: Need Help With Finding The Problem For Cystic Acne!

03 October 2014 - 01:56 PM

Avoid all wheat products. Pasta, bread, cereal, pancakes, cookies, etc. Cystic acne is very often caused by a food sensitivity. Yours could be wheat. It isn't easy, I'll warn you. Wheat flour is often added to things like soup and sauces.

In Topic: How Come No One Answered My Question?

03 October 2014 - 01:50 PM

Forehead acne for me was closely related to digestion and flora