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blahblahblah

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  1. i eat whatever i want and have flawless skin because i apply a thin amount of bp once a day, and for the last year recently did a commercial and had to use trace amounts of makeup, while the girls were getting lathered up in it to hide stuff it feels great
  2. naw, i just took that pic off the web. i wasn't going to actually take a pic of a pizza i'm currently eating some ben & jerry's ice cream, yum! it's so relaxing not having to worry
  3. ate this last week and some more today. yummy! and i've been 100% clear for over a year because i use bp once a day washed it down with a tall glass of whole milk!
  4. according to gi, candy corn is a better food than a potatoe.
  5. acne vs link, please leave the board. i am not a big believer in diet and i am less of a tool than you. you provide nothing to these boards, really, and keep trying to boast your pseudo intelligence with really dumb quotes that don't belong in your posts. stop trying to appear wise and all knowing, when you simply appear foolish, condescending, and down right fake. you claim to spout "truths" but what you spout is opinions based on your own personal experience. you claim to understand "science"
  6. um: 1-weight training is not going to harm your skin. if anything it will help your skin due to the large stress release of heavy/hard training 2-i lift weights and eat a lot of food and have not had one little pimple in the last year. i post here for fun occasionaly, like others. what is your current acne status? 3-improving self image and thus confidence, irregardless, is always a GOOD and GREAT thing.. not a "ok" thing 4-if anybody is vain, it's people on acne.org. the vast majority of pe
  7. acne vs link is a hilarious person.
  8. yes, i've been 100% clear for over a year. not one pimple, whitehead, blackhead, anything.. and i just use bp 1x/day with some moisturizer in the morning. i tried everything before hand including diet and finally just started consistently using BP and all gone. i am not discounting diet, but my belief is that diet does not CAUSE acne, but can aggrivate it.. despite what a lot of people here say, those that cannot treat their acne via topicals are in the minority. having been around derms/coll
  9. i am curious, how many people have gotten actually 100% clear from dietary means? compare that with how many people are clear from sometthing even like the regimen maybe you guys should actually try treating?
  10. how about you try eating like a normal human being in pretty much every country besides 3rd world ones, and stop stressing so much while keeping your skin routine very basic?
  11. first, approximately how many carbohydrates/day is your son consuming? anything under 100g of carbs/day is medically considered ketosis. for a growing child, this is not something you want. the fact that starches have been void in his diet is a bad idea. the effects of undereating on a growing child are much more severe than acne.
  12. bad things: nothing good things: lots of water, thats it really
  13. the issue with dairy and children and teenagers is that when you realize what they actually eat on a daily basis, milk looks like heaven when it comes to a nutrition content. my line of work does not deal with acne, if a child has an acne problem he's referred to a derm so i do not "advise" against dairy consumption.
  14. "healthy" is subjective. there's a lot of posts here wrt to diet that are not exactly good for the growing teenager. soy is not a good thing for growing male teenagers, as the medical research is quite incomplete a growing teenager needs good food, and a lot of it. there is a whole plethora of physiological implications to undereating when growing up, which would be a primary concern here. things are much, much different once you stop growing. there's also a lot of things here that are quite
  15. my anecdote is that stress has the biggest impact at least on my skin. more than anything. more than topicals, b5, diet changes, everything. i go through periods, eg a month+ with no stress or worry wrt to my skin, and i get nothing. then ill have periods of stress due to work, and i will consequently breakout. then, i stress over the stress-related breakout, and it goes on.
  16. i feel somewhat bad for the teenagers who visit the diet portion of these boards. when just about every single common food is considered bad, its gotta suck to be them and have acne, because they will take it to heart and eliminate tons of stuff and stress over everything. while the intentions are good, im sure theres kids now who are trying to live off of apples and water. poor guys.
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