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  1. Something happened to all the links in this one during one of my many updates. I must have copied and pasted the displayed text rather than the html. I'll try to get them redone. Damn. there were some good ones. Good Things for Sleep and Circadian Cycle So much is timed by a proper wake sleep cycle, including hormone production and release, all kinds of hormones which are what control how your body functions. Affects melatonin/seratonin, insulin sensitivity, carb metabolism, hormone productio
  2. My name is chris Ive had mild acne for most of my teenage life. I started reading up on diffrent methods for cures and found the vitamin c method, and i feel like i might be vitamin defficient because of my lifestyle and eating habits. i did some more research through google and stumbled upon some other supplements that are supposed do help the combat against acne. In particular i found this site (http://www.vitamins-nutrition.org/vitamins/vitamins-acne.html) and i decided i am going to follow
  3. So I stumbled upon this thread. http://www.healthboards.com/boards/showthread.php?t=539087 Then I looked up some reviews on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Frutels-4-Pack-Vitam...e/dp/B000GHHULO Seems very promising. Here are the ingredients. per 2 frutels Vitamin C 50 mg E 27 IU thiamine 7 mg riboflavin 7 mg niacin 7 mg B6 7 mg folic acid 27 mcg B12 7 mcg biotin 7 mg pantothenic acid 7 mg zinc 3.34 mg PABA 7 mg choline 7 mg inositol 7 mg Any thoughts? Anyone experimented with these?
  4. I couldnt believe when I went to whole foods n found these glutenfree/wheatfree/egg free/dairy free/casein free cookies!!! They looked exactly like oreos but arent even half the fat or has all that other crap oreo has. I though I would share w/u guys since I know most of u dont consume dairy or wheat/gluten products cause it breaks u out. I decided to see some reviews online for them and they were all excellent so I bought them. YUM so damn good. Only problem is that they are a bit expensive abo
  5. Hello everyone, This is my first post here I am not sure if this is the right place to ask this but here goes. I have successfully controlled my mild acne by taking a Optizinc supplement (Now Foods Optizinc 30mg - twice daily). It has done wonders for my skin but now I'm getting to the end of my second batch and I am now considering replacing it with this multivitamin: Life Extension - Life Extension Two Per Day 120 Vegetarian Tablets Vitamin, Amount, % Daily Value ------------------------
  6. Hello people, I had moderate-severe acne for 5 years. I am making this post because I want to share the knowledge I attained and maybe hopefully help some people. This is a long post, but I'm sure people who are suffering from acne who are seeking information will give it a read. I know I wish I knew this information when I was younger. Things I tried I have tried so many OTC products. From ProActiv to several other Acne creams I can't even remember... Of course, none of them worked. I also
  7. Hi, I am thinking of taking a Multi-Vitamin. It has: Vitamins: Vitamin B1 (thiamine mononitrate) 35 mg; Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 35 mg; Niacinamide 50 mg; Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride) 15 mg; Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) 30 mcg; Biotin (d-biotin) 15 mcg; Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 500 mg; Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopheryl acetate) 30 IU; Pantothenic Acid (calcium d-pantothenate) 20 mg; Folic Acid 1 mg Minerals: Calcium (carbonate) 150 mg; Magnesium (oxide) 75 mg; Zinc (gluconate) 5 mg pre
  8. Note: This thread is a work in progress, and may be subject to change. Please read this ENTIRE post thoroughly. I am writing this to help raise further awareness about the possible dangers of B5. All information provided is through personal experience and my own research. For the past year, up until about 3 weeks ago I had taken B5. I was on 10-11g daily for months at a time and during the last few months of taking the vitamin, dropped it down to 7g/day, since I found anything lower woul
  9. Want to know what's in a Twinkie, or where the ingredients are made? Prepare to be shocked, Twinkies aren't even food!!!!!!!!!!! Read this article, http://www.thestar.com/sciencetech/article/203199 Apr 15, 2007 02:30 AM Patricia Hluchy
  10. This thread aims to find out how to reverse hair loss in Accutane and Excess Vitamin A intake. Please demand answers from your doctors to explain to you in full detail in simple english how this medical condition occurs. _Andy_'s interview with his derm was great but it didn't enlighten me enough about which "chemical receptors" in your hair follicles are affected when you take too much Vitamin A / Accutane. Lee H's post about possible links to biotinidase deficiency was interesting. Here's s
  11. 1. In response to many responses on our own ACNE.org messageboard... I have decided to do some researching.. What prompted me to do so was the group of people on here whining, "Well, no matter what you say taking that much vitamin B5 can't be good for you.." 2. I'm sure those same cynics above ALSO drink those Odwalla juices with 4000% vitamin C. The cynics aren't saying, "Well, no matter what you say drinking that much vitamin C can't be good for you.." THE ANSWER IS: Vitamin C is the sa
  12. Anything that may aggravate acne: By the way, this the dosage of an entire day. Vitamin A (as 90% beta-carotene and 10% acetate) 5000 IU Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid, niacinamide and calcium ascorbates) 500 mg Vitamin D (as ergocalciferol) 2000 IU Vitamin E (as D-alpha tocopheryl succinate) 200 IU Thiamin (vitamin B1) (as thiamine HCI) 75 mg Riboflavin (vitamin B2) 50 mg Niacin (as niacinamide and niacinamide ascorbate) 50 mg Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCI) 75 mg Folate [from (Citrus limon) extr
  13. First off i believe a baked potato will not break you out...atleast for me i seen no correlation. but ill explain why a potato isnt bad for acne The fibers in baked potato (w/ skin) is pectin. Pectic is a type a fiber that makes a lining in the gut by doing so it slows the sugar absorbtion in the gut.(also good for diabetics)...which many people are not eating because the high GI...with this said a potato is high in calories around 220 calories.... this doesnt mean you have to eat the whole p
  14. Hi guys, since I was all worried about brain swelling from accutane(arent we all) I was searching the internet and came across this link that was helpful. I already take b-1 so thats good, but maybe we could take a little extra since it supposidly helps? I dont know how much is safe, but I wanted to post this to see what others thought. LINK: http://www.vitamins-nutrition.org/vitamins...ency-brain.html
  15. ★★★Exercise Causes Constipation!★★★ One great medical myth, prevailing for 2000 to 3000 years, is that physical exercise helps in preventing and curing constipation. This false belief is still being dogmatically propagated all over the world by practitioners of Allopathy, Ayurveda and Naturopathy, and by experts in Health Education and Sports Medicine. All therapies based on this dangerous dogma are a threat to the health of many patients. I have never found any scienti
  16. Hello all! What a wonderful organisation i have stumbled upon. I am now 28 and have always suffered from mild acne/blackheads and whiteheads but in the last 6 months or so it has developed in to moderate (feels like severe) acne. It favours my cheeks in swollen red clusters, but still will pop up wherever. I am guilty of picking and struggle to leave them alone - especially when they sit on 'nerve' sensitive areas. After reading some posts i have sworn to resist! I am interested in the info pr
  17. Has anyone taken these pills? I use to take these pills when I was really young. Now I'm thinking about taking them again. They are FISH LIVER OIL EXTRACT TABLETS. They have vitamin A, D, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Folic Acid, Zinc sulfate, Ginger. I just wanted to know if anyone have taken these pills and are they any good containing those vitamins?
  18. A Guide to dietary and holistic supplements that may help Acne Diclaimer: Please note that Acne.org does not endorse any of the following supplements, and this thread is not recommending that you take all of the following supplements. Instead, it aims to provide a brief synopsis of each of the most common supplements you will hear discussed in this forum. The list is not exhaustive. Before taking high-dose supplements it is a good idea to consult a doctor or nutritionist. The following are the
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