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  1. Whole grains, Dairy, and Meat products are very actively promoted as healthy things to consume in our society, and we can see this in the food pyramid. But is it smart to be getting your nutritional information from the FDA and the pyramid? Many people aren't aware of how corrupt the FDA is. You've got people in the FDA with one foot in the grain industry, and one foot in the livestock/dairy industry telling you these things are what we need to be consuming for our health. And some of the
  2. Hi everyone, my name is Lydia. I am an almost seventeen year old female with what I would consider to be moderate acne. I have struggled since the age of 13 with persistent breakouts, excessively oily skin and clogged pores- trying every product under the sun in hope of finding a miracle cure. Unfortunately I still haven't found one. Although my skin is considerably better than it used to be, I still feel plagued with self-consciousness and have major self-esteem issues. I have decided to take
  3. Hello! I've been dealing with acne for some time and learned that most of the harm comes from touching my face. So I challenge myself to stop touching my skin until August, starting today! Once I managed to leave my face alone for a month but unfortunately got back to the old habits.. Acne can be rather depressing. I'm not sure how different food affects my skin since its bad anyway (picking&popping), but I've been a vegetarian for a year and recently eliminated gluten and sugar from m
  4. A few days ago, I decided to diversify my diet by adding some meat. I've been a vegetarian for 16 years now. I was strict for 14 years, and 2 years ago I started eating some fish. At first, I had some stomach pains but now I'm used to it. Today I had a turkey burger (all white meat, organic, no additives) and took a digestive enzyme capsule before it but I still experienced some stomach pain. I have also been eating ham for a few days with no issue. Any tips on how to gradually incorporate mea
  5. What foods don't cause acne? I'm trying to eat healthy but it seems like everything that I thought was healthy causes acne. Is there something I can eat for breakfast lunch dinner that doesn't cause acne. I heard diary meat some fruits some vegetables eggs bagels and other things cause acne. So I'm clueless on what to eat. Please help
  6. What Are the Best Foods for People with Acne?

    The dermatological community still does not know whether diet impacts acne. However, some initial studies have shown that certain foods might possibly be better for acne than others. These foods include: Low-glycemic foods High-antioxidant foods Foods high in zinc Foods rich in omega-3 fats Low Glycemic Foods The glycemic load is a measurement scientists use to determine whether a food will cause an increase in the amount of sugar in your blood. High-glycemic load foods cause a lot of sugar in...
  7. Hello there! I went on a plant based diet about 3 months ago mainly for acne reasons but wasn't seeing results after the 3 months, not to mention feeling extremely fatigued morning and night, and having to eat insane amounts of food to not get a stabbing pain in my stomach from hunger. That was especially bad, because it just would not go away no matter how much I ate. Anyhow, after not getting the benefits I wanted from the diet, but rather the opposite, I left. Now I'm back
  8. So here recently, I've been scared to eat hardly anything because I'm worried it will break me out. There's numerous food items that I can recall having a pimple for consuming. I know for sure dairy causes me to break out, but I'm not sure about anything else. And it seems like every time I research a certain food, everyone's like, "Yup, that breaks you out. Don't eat it". What am I left to eat? I'm trying to be healthier. I wanted some whole grain oatmeal this morning, but apparently I can't ea
  9. Is Pizza Bad for Acne?

    Should I Eat Pizza if I Have Acne? Fun Ways To Keep Enjoying Pizza Scientists do not know exactly how diet impacts acne. This means that we do not know, for sure, whether pizza leads to more acne. However, the evidence we do have so far points towards the possibility that: High glycemic (high carb) foods may not be the best idea if you have acne. Pizza crust is high glycemic. Dairy products might also not be...
  10. Hi I've posted a few times on these forums, I wanted to provide a different type of dietary "restriction" from what I have been doing. I have been vegetarian for almost 8 years. I have restricted dairy for 1 year. By doing that no improvement. It follows somewhat from Ayruvedic practice of 3 doshas (you can take a test online to see what dosha you are, just google it). there is pitta, kapha and vata. Apparently if you have acne you are high in Pitta dosha, which means you can and can
  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
  12. 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 with multiple crucial functions1,2, several of which are relevant to acne, including: Reducing Inflammation: Inflammation is one of the first steps in the development of acne lesions, and is present throughout an acne lesion's entire life cycle. Reducing bacteria: A strain...
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