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  1. Green Gables

    23Andme Genetic Tests

    I did the 23andme.com DNA test which tests for a range of inherited health conditons (as well as estimates your ancestry composition, which wasn't as interesting but whatever). Thought you all might be interested because there are DNA markers for - lactose intolerance - fructose intolerance - hemochromatosis (people with these markers are more at risk for iron overload because they metabolize iron differently, there are also theories that people with this mutation handle starchy grain
  2. taluce

    Buttermilk?

    I have a question. Can I drink buttermilk? Theoretically, it should be ok right? The bacteria added to the milk breaks down the lactose sugar into smaller molecules that can be properly digested, which shouldn't give you acne right?
  3. My Story: My adult-onset acne began in early 2010. I still don't know what triggered it but for the next 3 years, I suffered ugly red zits... mostly on my forehead. Sometimes on my nose. It effected my self-confidence and made me feel frustrated and depressed. I had long suspected a dietary cause. But 2 seperate dermatologists told me unequivocally, "there is no proof of a connection between diet and acne". They then prescribed antibiotics and harsh topical creams. As a result, I suffered w
  4. Could anyone please help with identifying what could be the root problem for my acne? I'm male, 27 years old, acne since puberty. Around nose, mouth and on scalp. I have something opposite of cystic acne, pimples mostly show up on outer layer of skin. Of all the tests I'v taken and doctors visited, only IgG4 food sensitivity panel show up that there's something wrong with me. High sensitivity to grains and gluten, dairy, few fruits and veggies. But as weird as it sounds, most of the time it
  5. 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
  6. Hey everyone, For a long time now I have been trying to figure something out, and today may be my lucky day and one of you may actually shed some light on the subject and help me finally figure it out. So.... I have been consuming dairy my entire life, my acne/breakouts started when I was 17, when I grew up a little... around age of 20, I started noticing belly/stomach cramps which I did not have before, they occured after drinking a glass of milk/coffe, but the interesting thing was
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