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  1. What? That sounds completely absurd!
  2. That seems like an awfully unusual thing to get acne from. Don't smoothies have milk in them? That's a far more common acne trigger. I have spinach practically everyday and have seen no connection. But that's just me.
  3. I've never tried it, but I suspect that if honey was "it" we all wouldn't be here. Currently, nothing can be called "it" and especially something as simple as honey.
  4. Are you only eating fruits and vegetables? No meat? And you're weightlifting?
  5. I took it for about 2 months and it also made me feel sick.
  6. I agree to an extent. Natural methods worked for me. However, it's obvious when you see some people eat nothing but garbage and never get acne and some people eat extremely healthy and do get it that it's not always solely diet based. My half-sister never had acne, ever, but I did and we ate mostly the same food. My father, not hers, had acne like me until he was in his twenties. Seems like evidence for a genetic disposition towards acne to me.
  7. No one can say for sure whether or not changing your diet will improve your acne or what foods will work. Different things trigger acne in different people. Some people's acne isn't diet related at all. It's still a good idea to eat right anyway. I would recommend the old "leafy greens". I'm not sure if they are specifically good for acne, but they are darn good for you.
  8. Foods with omega 6 shouldn't be put into the "bad for the skin basket". Omega 6 is an essential fatty acid. Just don't overload on them.
  9. And it's sad that some are so thoroughly taken in by it. I read "Subway I thought was a healthier alternative," and just thought my God... OP: no offense, but acne or no, you need to stop eating so much junk food. The people here can be extreme in their dietary methods; you may not have to cut out breads and dairy from your diet, but you should be eating properly for your own health.
  10. It's usually found in yogurt, and I've never heard of any age restrictions for eating yogurt.