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I actually found a way to control my acne with a somewhat simplistic regimen containing supplements and natural foods.

Here is what I do, in the exact order.

Before Breakfast: Supplements: I like to flood my body with vitamins and antioxidants on an empty stomach

Multi Vitamin - My favorite is: http://www.amazon.com/Foods-Adam-Superior-...mp;sr=8-1-spell


Antioxidant - My favorite is: http://www.marketamerica.com/storeitems

Buzzillions Review choice winner: http://www.buzzillions.com/reviews/isotonix-opc-3-reviews

Breakfast - EGG's and a 16 oz. freshly juiced Carrot Juice

In between meals:

Probitic - http://www.amazon.com/Now-Foods-Probiotic-...3133&sr=1-4

Aloe Juice - In my experience Strawberry Kiwi is the best tasting: http://www.marketamerica.com/product-2232/...-aloe-juice.htm

These two digestive supplements will help prevent/relieve any digestive problems - in my experience.

Lunch - Eat whatever healthy foods I can find. Usually a large bowl of salad, and a turkey or tuna sandwich

Dinner - Chicken and veggies / Fish and veggies always with a Sweet Potato

Right before bed:

Flood the body with important nutrients:

Vitamin D - No particular favorite. However, make sure that it contains Vitamin k-2 for absorption support of calcium and optimal utilization

Another 16 oz. freshly juiced Carrot Juice

If I am still hungry before bed, I usually eat a big bowl of Salad.

Bottom line is I think that the large amounts of Water, Vitamin A, Vitamin D I acquire through food and supplements have helped minimize breakouts and optimized the functions of every organ within my body. The largest being my skin.

I also recommend reading:

Dr. Murad's : The Water Secret


Once I applied his idea of eating water through food and his idea of required supplements, I noticed immediate health benefits...the big one being clearer skin.

I just wanted to share in case this might help someone.

Edited by NTGG

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Correct. They should be. However, when taking antioxidants, best absorption occurs on an empty stomach. For that reason, I take them before breakfast. Yes, some of the vitamins (vitamins A, D, E and K) are fat soluble and present in the multi vitamin - therefore they do require complimentary foods/nutrients for them to bond with. I tend to eat the eggs immediately after taking the vitamins and antioxidants. I should have clarified that. I take it before breakfast, instead of after.

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