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  1. Oral Vitamin D: How Much Is Too Much?

    Vitamin D and Acne Where Do We Get Vitamin D? How Much Vitamin D Should We Have in the Blood? In Summary Vitamin D and Acne Vitamin D is an important nutrient that helps our bodies fight infections and reduce inflammation (the redness, swelling, and pain that result from infections and diseases). In addition, vitamin D plays a crucial role in wound healing.1,2 Both inflammation and wound healing are important parts of acne. Inflammation is one of...
  2. Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Acne

    There is only a small amount of scientific research looking directly at the relationship between omega-3 fatty acids and acne. However, since we know that acne is an inflammatory disease, and omega-3 fatty acids have a positive impact on other inflammatory diseases, such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and Crohn's disease, it makes sense that they may help with acne as well. What Are Omega-3 Fatty Acids and What Do They Do in the Body? Omega-3...
  3. How to Get Enough Omega-3 In Your Diet

    What Are Omega-3 Fatty Acids? An omega-3 fatty acid is a type of unsaturated fatty acid, needed for proper functioning of the body. The three main omega-3 fatty acids are: Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) When it comes to acne, EPA and DHA are the two most important ones. Although the body needs omega-3 fatty acids, it cannot produce them itself. They must be consumed through the diet. For this reason, omega-3 fatty acids are called essential...
  4. ●●●●●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
  5. So I have figured out eating even tiny amount of fish (cooked fish too) and sushi (which I had been eating a lot more of) causes horrible, painful, tender cysts all over my face that benzoyl peroxide, sulfur ointment (Mario Badescu) and topicals will not treat. They just keep getting bigger until I go get a cortisone injection. They hurt so much. I didn't get it until recently out because it's not publicized but I realized when I went without eating sushi for a while it stopped. I a
  6. So I have figured out eating even tiny amount of fish (cooked fish too) and sushi (which I had been eating a lot more of) causes horrible, painful, tender cysts all over my face that benzoyl peroxide, sulfur ointment (Mario Badescu) and topicals will not treat. They just keep getting bigger until I go get a cortisone injection. They hurt so much. I'll admit it, I didn't figure it out because it's not publicized but I realized when I went without eating sushi for a while it stopped.
  7. Hello, I have moderate acne that is usually on the middle of my forehead, the lower part of my cheeks, and on my chin. My acne consists of mainly painful papules. I was doing research on omega 3 supplements and found that they have worked for some people. I am willing to try them out but I have a few questions: How much EPA and DHA should you be getting in order to help decrease acne inflammation? How long until I start seeing results, if they actually work for me? If you take omega 3 suppl
  8. I have been searching the internet for acne treatments and thought maybe I will try fish oil... I can hardly take normal sized tablets, let alone the size that they make fish oil tablets, so I decided maybe to take the oil itself. I found one I can tolerate (mango flavour, yum!), but for every 10ml there is only 360mg of Omega 3. Is this enough to make a difference? From what I understand it's about getting your Omega 6 and Omega 3 balance right, and I probably eat a lot of foods rich in O
  9. I am officially allergic to: All legumes (Including peanuts and soy) All nuts Fish with fins Chicken, Turkey, Eggs. The only treatment is avoiding... Anyone else have this issue? What do you eat?
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