Dinner: Chicken, potato, broccoli, corn, sometimes rice.
Snacks: Oatmeal with cinnamon and fruit (grapes, strawberries, apples)
Now I know this isn't really the perfect diet, but because of it my skin is barely oily anymore and I'm hardly getting any inflamed acne. My main issue now is non inflamed acne on my cheeks, nose, and chin.No one else can really see it except for me when I'm quite close to my face.
My question is, would my non inflamed acne improve by cutting anything out of my diet? I know I do eat a lot of things that can spike blood sugar, but when I eat them I also eat a lot of other vegetables. Or would I just be better off experimenting with topicals to get rid of the last of my acne?
Oh, and I'd also just like the mention that I would like to keep my diet very low in fat because I believe that is the reason my skin is no longer oily.
So lately I've been using coconut aminos (like this http://www.coconutse...om/aminos2.html) to season my food. I'm not sure, but I think it might be making my skin more oily. Is there anything in it that could explain increased oilyness? Or maybe I'm just imagining it.