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About sicr2000

  • Birthday 03/16/1987

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    Hey, I'm Matt. I'm a regular kind of guy that's been struggling with acne since I was 18. I'm now 20 and I haven't found the cure but I have a really good treatment. DIET! I've found that eating certain foods and avoiding others has really helped treat my acne. <br /><br />I still fight with the problem, but the worst thing you can do is let your acne change who you are. I know what it's like to walk around with blimishes on my face and be really bummed out by it. Be yourself all the time because most people look past the skin anyways. If you lock yourself inside because you think you look ugly then you're letting acne get the best of you. Shouldn't be like that. <br /><br />This site rocks! It's so helpful to find different treatments that actually work. This site has been so helpful with my battle so I thought I'd sign up and share my success story. I still have acne problems because I'm just at that phase, but I've found a way to really control it. Hope you do too!<br /><br />

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  1. So you don't eat any red meat or pork? But you still eat carbs like whole wheat in your diet and it cleaned up your face. Have you ever tested your body ph?

  2. hmm...interesting...One thing I really have to clear up is...IT'S NOT PRE COOKED CHICKEN! It's frozen, raw chicken. It's not cooked in any way whatsoever. It's boneless, skinless chicken breasts. That's all I'm talking about. I don't know what all the hubbabulloo is about the chicken. It's chicken...the white meat. There's nothing unhealthy about chicken. Now, the other thing is that this diet in no way makes you thinner or leaner. That's really up to you. This is no dainty foods diet. This is
  3. I like the replies. Now for some explanation. When I was talking about avoiding canned and processed foods I was talking about microwave dinners, raviolli, mac and cheese, and so on and so forth. Buying frozen is the best way to go, but on tight budgets it's also the more expensive route. Same with the frozen chicken. Obviously, buying all natural foods is the best thing to do, but it's also the most expensive (why it's more expensive to let something grow naturally is beyond me, but it is). If
  4. For lunch I have the same meal everyday. So far, it hasn't gotten old, but I'm sure others would find that it gets real old real quick. For lunch I have two PBJ sandwiches, a banana, an orange, a handful of carrots and a quart of water. But when it comes to the other question, yeah, I just rotate through four basic meals, but that's just me. You can be flexible and experiment. The main thing is to avoid salt, sugar, dairy, and fried or fatty foods. Hell, if you can afford some sea food and fish
  5. sicr2000

    Diet does make an impact...

    My skin before and after my new diet...
  6. So, like many people that struggle with acne, I've tried everything to clear my face up. I've used numerous cleansers and acids and all they seem to do is dry my skin really bad and irritate my skin. I can't afford to see a dermatologist so I was stuck with acne. That was until I started to research ways to prevent acne by eating and not eating certain foods. In essence, this diet not only will clear up your skin but you will lose weight (along with exercise) and you will supply your body with h