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Over the last few months I've been able to slowly gain weight, but I started to break out more on my face and body. I reduced the amount of food I eat, so now my weight is staying the same. I didn't change which foods I eat, just the amount, and now I break out a lot less, like how I was before. My diet has always been low glycemic load, so that's not it. So why do excess calories make me break out? What do they do to the body? Am I doomed to choose between being skinny or having more acne?
There is a growing body of scientific evidence to support the idea that diet and acne may be, at least in part, connected. Perhaps the most overlooked dietary factor that may affect acne development is a person's caloric intake. Research has shown that a high calorie diet affects hormones that are associated with acne, hypothetically leading to more acne. On the flip side, lowering calories might have the opposite effect. So when people eliminate foods they...
Sorry for the rather marketing sounding title, just thought this might be a place where I can get some advice So I've dealt with acne for a very long time.... I've had my ups and downs like everyone else here. I noticed about 2 years ago that my acne can be made about 95% clear through diet and ever since I've been gluten/wheat, soy, and dairy free. The last couple of months I've been at about 4800 calories bulking (eating in a calorie surplus to gain muscle mass and strength) at the gym whi
So I saw that almost everyone started to avoid junk food and sugar to stop breaking out. Ok !! It's a good thing and I'm glad that people are more conscious about nutrition and the results of our healthy are behind our food and nutrition. But I saw that the people are afraid to eat even HEALTHY FOOD. I saw topics that users don't know what to eat even more and they avoid even the vegetables and fruits. I saw comments which say that "sugar is my biggest weakness" or "I don't know what to eat