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  1. So i've been experimenting with sheep's cheese and other alternative dairy products. So far, i'm pretty sure that they are not having a substantial effect, which is great! However i would really like to know what it is in cows milk/ cheese that supposedly causes all the problems. I know people can have sensitivities, but is this genetic or an environmental factor? If so, can it be undone? Tell me about your experiences with these dairy products, does it cause problems with you? p.s how l
  2. hi, I was wondering if any of you experienced breakouts/acne that got worse after eating cheese/milk? Also, has anyone of you experienced your skin cleared up after cutting out milk/cheese from your diet for a while? I've not had milk for about 2 weeks now and it seems like my cysts are getting fewer (I didn't get a new one), but this week I had some old dutch cheese and now I have some cysts again. Maybe it's just a coincidence or hormones, I don't know. I'd love to hear some stories
  3. Hello all So I have had clear skin for a while now following my regime but still have acne prone skin. In the past consuming dairy products = Spots. Avoiding dairy is the first thing I would advise anyone to do. I naively decided to try consume Organic Grass Fed dairy products. Thinking ah they haven't been injected with hormones so it won't cause how acne. How wrong was I. I got to day 4/5 and starting breaking out & skin became inflamed. I later decided to research the matt
  4. This new cheese I saw on Shark Tank called Heidi Ho Cheese (Organic). This is very special cheese. It actually tastes super good (just watch the episode, they couldn't stop eating it), and it's vegan, which means dairy free! This is special because usually vegan cheese tastes like crap from what I've heard. They have multiple flavors, too: Creamy Chia Cheese; Spicy! Chia Cheese; Smoky Chia Cheese; Ne Chèvre - Pure; Ne Chèvre - Black Lava; Ne Chèvre - Blueberry Go to the link below
  5. Hello all So I have had clear skin for a while now following my regime but still have acne prone skin. In the past consuming dairy products = Spots. Avoiding dairy is the first thing I would advise anyone to do. I naively decided to try consume Organic Grass Fed dairy products. Thinking ah they haven't been injected with hormones so it won't cause how acne. How wrong was I. I got to day 4/5 and starting breaking out & skin became inflamed. I later decided to research the matt
  6. I had adult acne for 10 years and it cleared up after I stuck to a dairy free diet. Before this, I tried accutane and all sorts of other medication that only made things worse. f you do try it, you have to avoid things like milk, cheese, baked goods that may contain milk. if you already tried it, did it work for you or am i a lucky one
  7. Hey, as most of you all probably are aware of is that you want to avoid cheese and dairy in order to achieve better skin. However, we're also aware of how freaking delicious cheese is and how much it can enhance an ordinary meal and make it fantastic. My question is how safe is it to eat the cheeses that are naturally free/very low in lactose? Such as cheddar and feta cheese? Lactose is a sugar and if you look at the sugars in those two cheeses they usually contain zero sugars. Also, what are
  8. I love cheese. Cheese is my life. After reading several topics on avoiding dairy products for clear skin, I begin to think. I dont eat that much dairy, let alone drink. I have not had milk in forever, only almond or coconut milk. And usually for a snack I have a mozzarella string cheese stick (protein) and an apple. Should I stop snacking on cheese sticks, and what are good snacks to help stop the irritation of acne? I am currently trying to increase my calorie intake due to the fact that I work
  9. Cheech61

    Give up dairy

    Try giving up milk and cheese and any processed food that are made with milk or cheese. After years of frustration, antibiotics, topicals , facials, etc, it totally worked for me. There is information on the Internet about studies linking acne to dairy consumption.
  10. dominick11

    Acne mystery

    Hi guys! I'm trying to solve one big acne mystery. I've been suffering from acne almost 10 years now (I am 23 years old now) and I have tried many things but nothing has helped. Over those years I have eliminated foods that are breaking me out like dairy, sugar(chocolate, sodas, sweets etc.), fried foods, potato chips, nuts, citrus fruit and processed meat (ham, salami...). These are foods that definitely worsen my skin condition. I have even tried for some time vegeterian diet as well as glut
  11. ●●●●●Sex Stimulants Cause Pimples & Ugly Scars●●●●● There are millions of people in the world who are chronic sufferers of pimples, which disfigure their faces and make them look ugly. Thousands of young people become so desperate and depressed due to the ugliness caused by acne that they even think of committing suicide. Abstinence from sex and the retention of semen for long periods in their bodies by young men can cause or increase the pimples and boils in
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