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  1. Hmm what bile acids do you take? Very interested. The reason why I ask is there are two types of bile acids: primary and secondary. I wonder which type has helped you. I am guessing it is secondary, but I'm interested to hear.
  2. Have any of you done a microbiome analysis? I have some theories...
  3. Replace rice with sweet potatoes! Also yes, healthy foods can cause breakouts. One of the worst for me was strawberries.
  4. gutskinaxis

    29 YO Female, at wits end with hormonal acne.

    Hi it seems like your diet really effects your acne, just like mine. I was able to clear my skin while still allowing myself to eat good but clean foods. Message me if you want some tips. Trust me I went through it all, all the topicals and diets. It was so hard to stick to. But I found a way to stick to one that still gives me energy, does not make me feel low or sad about missing out on other foods. I can give you step by step instructions on how to eat well and get better skin each day.
  5. Hi it seems like your diet really effects your acne, just like mine. I was able to clear my skin while still allowing myself to eat good but clean foods. Message me if you want some tips. Trust me I went through it all, all the topicals and diets. It was so hard to stick to. But I found a way to stick to one that still gives me energy, does not make me feel low or sad about missing out on other foods. I can give you step by step instructions on how to eat well and get better skin each day.
  6. gutskinaxis

    I need desperate help.

    hmm interesting. I'm glad the topical worked for you!
  7. gutskinaxis

    I need desperate help.

    How did you end up curing your acne? I'm always curious what works for some people and I know it varies.
  8. Just doing 16 hour fasts has helped me with dry eyes, general eye discomfort
  9. @KarenM From http://shepherdworks.com.au/disease-information/low-fodmap-diet/ "FODMAPs are found in the foods we eat. FODMAPs is an acronym (abbreviation) referring to Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols. These are complex names for a collection of molecules found in food, that can be poorly absorbed by some people." Onions, garlic, lots of fruits and some veggies are high in fodmaps, which can hurt the gut and acne in excess.
  10. I have finally cleared/managed my moderate, persistent adult acne using diet. I've tried accutane (multiple times), antibiotics, Retin-A, benzoyl peroxide etc... No dairy (or casein, whey) No sugar No/low fodmaps No/low carb (sweet potatoes/rice okay) Nicotinamide Riboside supplement Water 16 hour intermittent fasting https://www.fightagainstacne.com/blog/how-i-finally-cleared-managed-my-persistent-moderate-adult-acne
  11. No dairy, low carb, no sugar, no fodmaps, lots of water and you'll be clear.
  12. gutskinaxis

    I'm desperate.

    It looks like just marks and not too inflamed. Give it another month or two. Be careful with the accutane though, and treat your body well.
  13. I think NAD+, or specifically nicotinamide riboside, is helpful for everyone.
  14. Has anyone thought about the NAD+ anti aging pathway? And supplementing with nicotinamide riboside? https://www.fightagainstacne.com/blog/anti-aging-compound-fights-acne
  15. gutskinaxis

    I need desperate help.

    How long did you try it for? How strict were you?
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