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  1. hello! i'm not sure if anyone else has this question in mind but i am in serious confusion! there are people who say white rice is poison and others who stress on a gluten-free diet. if one had to choose,which one would you choose? going by logic , white rice is bad for it raises the insulin level(sudden spike) ..for it's got high GI.whereas gluten is said to be inflammatory. so,what do u think?which one is (let's say) less harmful(or safer to carry on with)?? (my story : i have
  2. 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
  3. Hey everyone, I'm totally new here. I just want to start off by asking a question. When I eat certain foods like; oats (oatcakes / porridge), corncakes, rice cakes, cereals (buckwheat etc), flours e.g. maize flour etc, it has a negative impact on my skin. My skin starts becoming severely visibly blotchy around my cheeks / temple area. I try to stay clear of these foods, but the other day I tried making gluten free bread and my skin just completely flipped out! Does anyone else have this proble
  4. Ive heard it often on this forum that accutanr needs to be taken with a fattty food yet in Accutane Roche's instruction book it says nothing about fatty food. What if you were to take it with say a plate of pasta and tomato sauce (what I had for dinner tonight!) Or chinese noodles and rice? O r a soup like lentil soup? Does it have to be REAL fatty?
  5. hey everyone so im trying eliminate my acne and pimples on skin and I want start by cutting of some of my foods because im using cleanser and medication but still im getting some pimpels but i dont get what i need to cut off and what i should eat instead of it . so here is my diet plan during day morning tuna,eggs,cucumber,tomato,coffee Lunch - chicken breast with honey on it and some white rice , sesame,cucumber,tomato Dinner - agian some fish like tuna and eggs,cucumber and tomato
  6. So I just finished a 5 month course of Accutane. I was on 60mg for 2 months, and the last 3 were 80 mg. I have to say it was horrible at first, i had huge disgusting breakouts that were so embarrassing. It was hell for about 3 months. My face slowly started to clear but throughout my treatment it has never been completely clear which has been disappointing. Now I am done and have just 2 large pimples on my face. otherwise I am completely clear and I love it. I just have a couple of questions
  7. hello diet-dwellers! i am sure u're aware of the effects of cinnamon on our insulin level and blood sugar level. i would thank sleptember ,for i 1st got a fair idea about the results cinnamon has on us. i searched a lil' more and what i understood is "cinnamon acts as insulin inside and thus,doesn't allow an insulin-spike and also,takes care of the sugar in the blood. what i am concerned about is the side effects of cinnamon(or negative effects). i can talk about it causing ulcers/sores et
  8. 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
  9. Hi everyone, just a couple of questions to answer please for anyone that has managed to work it out. How long does it take for you to breakout from any "triggers" that you know you have? How long does it then take for the breakouts to stop? Ie. not how long for the breakouts to fade but how long for new spots to stop forming\pop up. Eg. if sugar is your trigger and you eat a chocolate bar, drink a coke etc which then leads to a breakout, how long for the spots to first appear
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