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b_water

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  1. I posted this already a few times in this forum. I've read a few threads in the archives concerning daries, but I had the impression the no one here has really tried an absolute dairy free diet, for a few months. In my case, I decided to try last year. I can now safely claim that it is the best cure I've ever tried in over 30 years. This is why I am encouraging you folks to try it. If you've suffered enough or for long enough, then I bet you can handle a few months of no dairies. You'll want so
  2. I am over 40 and had acne forever, albeit now it's somewhat different than it used to be 20 ys ago. Have you tried to cut off dairies completely? I realized last year that this was the only thing I did not try, and it worked for me. I then discovered (afterwards!) recent research on this subject. Do give it a shot, cut off dairies completely for a few months and see if you get any results. -- b_water
  3. Yup, them cowardy acts. Can't trust 'em. And racism against drugs. Dang, why would anyone wanna be racist against drugs??? I'd disapprove of racism like that as well! *snicker*
  4. Wrong. When my ex-husband was diagnosed with diabetes and his doctor, who doesn't believe in managing the condition via diet and exercise, promptly began prescribing dangerous medications like lipitor for conditions he didn't yet have, I did my own research and found a great deal of info to follow up on in forums. And at his next check up, she had to cut all his prescriptions in half, and again in the next check up. because diet changes and exercise were keeping his blood sugar at near normal
  5. Wrong. When my ex-husband was diagnosed with diabetes and his doctor, who doesn't believe in managing the condition via diet and exercise, promptly began prescribing dangerous medications like lipitor for conditions he didn't yet have, I did my own research and found a great deal of info to follow up on in forums. And at his next check up, she had to cut all his prescriptions in half, and again in the next check up. because diet changes and exercise were keeping his blood sugar at near normal
  6. Rofl yeh , and they'll probably do more research into omega fish oil and companies will try to push their irritating cleansers so the majority of the public people won't probably know about it until next year if not moreeee.
  7. I did this for years with little results. Sometimes I could keep pimples from getting too big, but I had no ability to prevent new acne at all, and even 10% BP can't perfectly zap zits, not to mention how hard it is to catch a zit before it gets too big. the net result for me was the same amount of acne, just some of it was a little smaller than it might have been. You've never woke up to find a good-sized pimple where there was nothing the night before? The timing is too hard to nail to mak
  8. This is in the assumption that you splash your face with BP, which you should not do, unless your entire face is covered with acne. BP should only be used locally, wherever there is a specific problem. -- b_water
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