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  1. I eat everything from 3000-5000 calories a day depending on how much I work out. I'm not quite sure if buckwheat is paleo or not (buckwheat is not a grain), but I sometimes make pancakes on buckwheat, eggs, almond milk and almonds. Eat together with kiwi and/or strawberries and you're in for a delicious treat that's actually healthy for you. Remember, just because you're going paleo doesn't mean you need to eat less calories. The only problem with paleo is when you're an athlete and need to co
  2. It could aggrevate your acne initially, but if you continue to work out regularily your body will soon stabilize. High-intensive cardio will have the same effect as weight lifting (there's an article about it on bodybuilding.com, but I don't have the time to look it up right now).
  3. I guess it's only fair to also give you Cordain's response: http://www.thepaleodiet.com/faqs/#Misc
  4. I think a paleolithic approach is better for combating acne, but if you want to go vegan for moral reasons then I guess that's okay too.
  5. Ah the wonderful smell of corruption in the morning...
  6. Explain to me how I can stay clear for months, and then suddenly get a terrible breakout a few days after I introduce something new (like dairy or bread etc) into my diet...
  7. Same study referenced (again, same link: http://www.mendosa.com/acidic_foods.htm):
  8. Have you read the sticky in this forum? Placebo my ass... http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php?showtopic=57408
  9. The study used vinegar, but lemons have the same effect: http://care.diabetesjournals.org/cgi/content/full/27/1/281
  10. And there's much more in other threads. Seriously, the reason you go on an extremely strict diet is so you can be certain what foods will not break you out. If you "allow" yourself to cheat once in a while, you can never be certain what exactly is the cause of that new breakout that may occur sooner or later.
  11. ItsMeagan, you REALLY need to read the following thread before you go into every single thread here and bash the acne/diet connection: http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php?showtopic=57408