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  1. They got me. For years, the dietary supplement industry has been tricking me into buying and consuming poison. The poison is not in the nutrients, but in the pills themselves. Fillers, coatings, glazes, lubricants, coloring, preservatives and sweeteners in pills are all most likely toxic. The manufacturers put these ingredients in pills to make it cheaper and easier to produce them, at the expense of your health. They do this with oral prescriptions as well. Here is a list of some common toxi
  2. Hello everyone.. I love to come onto this site and read but I hardly ever make any posts myself.. decided to change that. So I was researching all about the benefit of garlic and how it can help acne sufferers.. seems like it has helped in a lot of cases so I decided to give it a try. It seems that the beneficial element of garlic is "allicin" which only occurs when the fresh garlic is crushed. It also appears that most garlic supplements do not have a usable amount of allicin. I came acro
  3. For the past several years, I have rarely been sick. And even when I did get sick, I kicked it rapidly. I have been on 25mg of spironolactone for the past two months, and just came down sick for the THIRD time within that two month period. The first was a short-term fever/nausea bug. The second was a sinus infection that lasted a solid 2 weeks. And now another sinus infection. I've seen a few other members report similar issues with spiro: Does anyone know why it has this effe
  4. Can a Lack of Sleep Cause Acne?

    Common sense tells us that getting enough sleep will help keep us healthy, and might even help reduce acne. This is reflected in the following survey results from a 2007 study published in the International Journal of Dermatology. Among people who were surveyed about their acne, 75% believed that acne was triggered by poor sleep. Only stress was believed to be a greater factor, which was reported by 82% of people.1 Although many people believe...
  5. The question has been circling in my mind for a while now... is the fact I’m having more sex the reason I’m getting acne? Ill give you some background info on my situation. I’ve never had any huge breakouts for most of my life. Always had clear skin. Until I went on the implant/met my man. i hated the implant and had it removed pretty fast. They say the hormones leave your body, but I’m not sure if they have? (Could be a factor) I have been vegan for over a year, but recently gluten fre
  6. I am 22 years old and have suffered with acne for about 4 years now (Since after High school). I started off with a few zits here and there that I really paid no mind to. Eventually it started to get worse to the point where I felt ashamed & paid the dermatologist a visit & I was prescribed Minocycline as a result. I felt like this antibiotic was a blessing sent from the lord himself until I postponed my use of it to see if I needed it anymore, My acne came back more vicious than ever. I