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About piotrj

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  1. Meat, fish, eggs, sweet potatoes, cocount oil. Plus some fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds to top it off. You can pull off 3000kcal on this rather easily. Although my concern is that even if the foods you're eating are 100% whole, unprocessed healthy foods, eating a hypercaloric diet might itself cause acne, no matter what foods you eat. I don't know whether this is true or not... I hope not. Edit: I see you mention potatoes causing acne in your post. That is absolutely not true. Tubers
  2. I agree that some people do not tolerate gluten. But recommending a gluten-free diet to 100% of the population is simply an overkill. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12578508 - here's the statistic So if you eat some bread and feel great afterwards, I'd say there is no reason to cut gluten out of your diet.
  3. Nope, saw palmetto doesn't have any promising scientific studies showing its effectiveness. Also:
  4. Do you have any scientific evidence on that? Our bodies are very effective at digesting protein.
  5. I'm surprised that you're dismissing the diary free diet saying it has no scientific evidence, yet to you happen to believe the ALKALINE DIET MYTH, which is totally unscientific. https://authoritynutrition.com/the-alkaline-diet-myth/
  6. Hello, I think there are many people which found "that single supplement" which improved their acne a lot. Be it vitamin d, zinc, fish oil, whatever it might be. I'm one of those people. I think it'd be great to have a thread in which we post that single supplement which has worked for you, to give other people inspiration as to what to try out. Because often all you need is a single missing block to fix your acne, and it's like finding a needle in a haystack. What worked for me: caprylic aci