Gluten Free Diet

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April 3, 2022
Unfortunately didn’t work for me!

I’ve been gluten free for 11 years and unfortunately this has never had an effect on my acne. It did help my IBS symptoms however. Glad to see it’s helped others but never worked for me. 

September 29, 2021
Gluten and egg allergy cure!

Being 36 I’ve finally figured it out lol!!!! After much scaring accutane etc. It’s like clockwork even a little bit of egg or a bite of gluten will break me out so bad. Currently I have perfect skin now for years. Perfect!!! And every time I even take a bite boom cystic awful acne. Dairy breaks me out a little. But wow the egg and gluten I’m crazy sensitive too. No fried foods, no Mayo, gotta be careful.  I try every once in a while a bite of something and boom they’re back. I tried this allergy cure before but I think I kept accidentally eating gluten or egg without realizing it. Can’t emphasize enough how careful you gotta be. Even soy sauce has gluten!!! Korean bbq is gluten!!! Seriously gluten and egg is everywhere lol 

November 2, 2018
Possible Cystic Acne Cure!
After a lot of trial and error, came the conclusion that it was gluten all along. I went on a plant based only diet almost 2 years ago to fix my heart health and my skin got worse! It wasn't until I completely removed gluten that years of horrible cysts went away. After almost 25 years of suffering and psychological damage I am finally clear as long as I stay away from anything that has gluten in it. I didn't clear up over night, it actually took about 2 months to become completely clear all over my body. So if you have severe cystic acne that nothing seems to calm, try going gluten free and low glycemic (for small pimples) to see if it helps. Most of the gluten free foods are processed junk so make your own! It may take a few months but the results are worth the wait!
May 9, 2018
Be the person you are! Not the one Ance has made you.
I never write reviews but I have to share!! I am 26 years old and I've suffered from acne from the age of 16. Recently I started to develop a rash around my nose and chin so I went to see my Dr who told me I had Eczema!! This was the last straw for me, I've had no confidence for years and have missed out on so many fun times with my friends and said no to dates with guys because of my skin, it's literally ruined my teenage years and now my early adult years. About 7 days ago I broke down in tears infront of my roommate who was concerned as I've been so low. We decided to go on a google spree and research everything to do with acne, we disregarded creams, lotions antibiotics as I'd tried all of this my whole life and soon came to the conclusion that it may be my diet- now I generally eat pretty healthy but I did not know that GLUTEN was even a thing that may cause problems, we emptied out cupboards and I soon realised that almost everything I was consuming contained GLUTEN. I put everything into a bag and left it on the floor in the kitchen and decided that when I woke up the next day I'd go GLUTEN FREE. This is no LIE... after three days my skin was significantly improving, less red and itchy and all my pimples had gone into healing stage! It's now day 7 and I do not have one pimple on my face!! I have a few on my neck from sweating at the gym but my face is SO CLEAR! Please, if you want to be the person you really are and not the underconfident unhappy individual that acne has made you, TRY GLUTEN FREE, I'm already so excited for the future and for the first time in over a year I went on a date to the beach yesterday and felt so great (no makeup). I'm sad that I've had to endure this for so long but I'm 26 and I have the rest of my life to make up for the lost years. Take my advice, what's the worst that can happen? I will never look back because GLUTEN FREE IS THE WAY FORWARD, I'm so excited for you who are reading this because your about to change your life... that's why you here right?
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May 27, 2018
Thank you so much for this review, this is super encouraging! I’m very happy that you had found such great results, and I am excited to try myself!! :)
July 12, 2018
I'm so happy for you! I also went gluten free for my acne 19 months ago. My face was noticeably clearer within 4 days. It works. Keep at it!!
April 6, 2018
It's difficult but it works
Everyone is different, not everyone is sensitive to the same foods. My skin used to be red and inflamed 24/7. I cut out gluten for about a month and my skin became so much calmer and less inflamed which in turn meant less breakouts. I now follow a gluten free diet and my skin has improved so much. I still get small breakouts but far less and they heal faster. Give it a try for a month, it can't hurt.
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July 21, 2017
Cleared in a few weeks!
I'm 16 years old and have tried everything to get rid of my acne.. since I was 12 I've had it all over my forehead. I had tried everything you can think of, from natural DIYs to expensive high dollar face wash, but literally nothing made a difference. I was so disappointed.. Recently I went to the ER because I couldn't breathe and the doctor told me I had bronchospasms (a type of asthma where your lungs spam due to allergies). The doctor also told me I had bad excema under my right eye. My mom is a real health nut, so she decided for me that I needed to stop eating gluten. At first I was SO SO SO against it... because let's be honest here, what teenager doesn't like pizza and honey buns!! After a few days I noticed a difference in how I felt. I felt more energized, I could breathe, my stomach didn't hurt from all the bread, my skin looked great and my excema was completly gone! I couldn't believe it. A few more weeks after eating gluten free, and my skin was completly clear! It went from my forehead being covered in big pimples, to having 1 or 2 occasionally. I was so shocked that taking one thing out of my diet would make such a HUGE differnce in how I felt! Boys and girls: gluten causes problems believe me.. I have chose to eat gluten free for the rest of my life and this is coming from a teenage who loves junk food ! Taking it out of my diet made me feel good and my skin look great.
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July 11, 2017
Week 3 and Immediate Difference for First Time in My Life!
I'm a 36 yr old woman and have had acne all of my life. It has affected my confidence, everything. I can't even believe I didn't try this until now. I've done every single thing including removing dairy years ago, ensuring hygiene is excellent (changing pillow cases, cleaning my phone frequently, make up brushes... you name it.) I could NOT figure out why my acne never went away, even as I got older. I did notice a good improvement when I increased water intake, cut out the majority of junk foods/sugars/fried foods, and ensured I was sleeping well, so I do not want to discount the fact that I have been doing all of those things bit by bit over the years. But it still felt like breakouts would come out of absolutely no where - stress or not, they just kept coming. I really believe in the science behind the notion that acne is reflective of something out of balance inside the body- and in particular in the gut- and so I kept trying new things. Anyways, I'm pretty annoyed that I never believed it could be gluten (thought this was a hipster fad for the most part, aside from those with celiacs, etc) and anyhow, within literally 2 days of trying the gluten-free diet (in my mind, I did it simply to prove a point to myself that it couldn't possibly be it!), a major cystic acne flare up along my jaw, chin, and lower cheeks went down about 90%. I've never in my entire life seen such a quick improvement in my acne unless I was put on antibiotics. Right away, I also noticed digestion related changes for the better as well. After that, I didn't even find it hard to keep going on this - I felt so excited! It might be a bit frustrating some days at restaurants when I want to eat something and can't, but I'm finding so many delicious alternatives, it's really not that hard. My complexion is absolutely improving. I'm very, very grateful. I'm pretty angry that it took 36 yrs of hating my skin and that all of the dermatologists insisted it couldnt be diet related..... but, hopefully this post helps someone else out there. Try it. I also ditched all lotions awhile back as well, and went to a simple high quality organic jojoba oil too- so there's another tip for those looking to moisturize without clogging up pores.... good luck!
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June 23, 2017
Had tried (almost) everything!
At 40 years old I developed moderate-severe cystic acne out of no where. I had never struggled with such bad acne. It was predominantly on my chin, jawline and sometimes my cheeks and forehead. I was prescribed countless topicals and oral antibiotics (including birth control and spiro). Nothing helped. My dermatologist, my gynecologist and my primary care physician all told me that Accutane was the only remaining option. And while I wasn't opposed to trying it, I wanted to exhaust less extreme options first. So, after two solid years of painful, cystic acne, I cut out gluten (and aimed to eat a low glycemic diet). Within two weeks of cutting out gluten, my acne seemed to calm down. Within three months it was entirely gone. At the 6 month mark I allowed myself a tiny bit of gluten (at one meal) and my acne came back within a week. It's now been 18 months of avoiding gluten and trying to eat a low-glycemic diet, and my acne is under control. I made the choice to have a tiny bit at one meal about a month ago and I'm still waiting for the pimples to clear up from that one gluten meal. It's worth noting that I'm a vegetarian and have been for 25 years (so, I was a vegetarian before the acne started and after). No idea what caused me to so suddenly have the acne reaction to gluten, but there's absolutely a connection. I eat gluten (or a high glycemic meal) and I get a horrible breakout. My pcp says it's hormonal/androgen related (we've done no blood work to confirm that...). Anyway, I wanted to share my story. I was a gluten-lover and it was tough to make the diet change, but if you're struggling with acne it might be worth trying. Good luck.
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February 19, 2017
Diet is Everything
For the past 5+ years, i have experienced moderate to severe cystic acne. My diet consisted of mostly fast food, sugar, and simple carbs (crackers, cookies, pretzels, etc.) and I honestly just felt terrible most of the time. I initially started going on a gluten/dairy free diet simply because i had heard that it was much healthier and to see if would be a cure for my chronic fatigue. I have now been gluten and dairy free for about 6 months and can honestly say it was one of the best decisions of my life. Now I not only have much more energy and focus, but my acne has also finally completely cleared up. I Most doctors will tell you that diet has nothing to do with acne, but believe me when I say that that is entirely false. For me, the key was cleaning up my diet by switching to foods that promote a healthy gut (high fiber, probiotics, water, etc.) and steering away from fried foods, sweets and added sugars. If you struggle with acne and think gluten might be the cause, I would definitely urge you to try cutting it out of your diet in favor of more healthy alternatives. At the very least, you will almost surely feel healthier and more vibrant than ever before.
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December 23, 2016
Holy Grail Miracle Cure!
I posted a super long detailed message and the site malfunctioned and it was all lost. I'm too aggravated to rewrite it all. Backstory: inflamed, tiny zits popped up everywhere weeks after I weaned my baby at 30 years old. I am now 34. I am finally cured. The wheat free diet started working after only 4 days! Totally clear by the 2 week. Unreal! 95% of bumps just gone. Still a few near hairline where my hair is greasy. I had done every topical and skin supplement on this earth. It was getting worse! I had gone dairy free and it did NOTHING. My Dr was dismissive when I asked about food potentially causing acne but luckily I am persistent and did my own research and gave it a try. Don't cheat! No bites of cake and no croutons! The tons of tiny face bumps I had are gone!! (Never had cystic acne) Give this a try!! It could be your miracle cure too. I'm now undergoing genesis laser treatments and glycolic peels (40%) to deal with residual texture and pore issues. Please try this. It's not that hard. I got cookbooks from the library. I think wheat is probably more of a poison than a food. I can't believe what it was doing to me without me even realizing it. How sad.
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July 12, 2018
Well here I am 19 months into my gluten free lifestyle that cured my acne. My skin is still acne free. After suffering 4 years and being frustrated over doctors not helping me at all, I am so so glad I found the gluten free. Saved me from depression, frustration, and general misery. My sinuses are better, less headaches, clear skin, etc. I havent been sick since I went gluten free. Kind of unreal. I'm so relieved to have found my cure when no cream or topical would help. 4 years of bad skin is too long. Try this diet, please!