Acne diet

We all know that acne just isn’t fair. It messes up your skin. It can ruin your social life and bring your romantic life to a halt. And acne experts are always telling us that “if it tastes good, you probably can’t eat it,” if you have acne. Now a study conducted by scientists in...

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It’s bad enough when you gain weight. But gaining weight and breaking out with acne too seems just plain unfair, especially when you are a teenaged girl. And it’s teenaged girls who are most at risk for acne when they gain weight, because of the interrelationship of weight gain and hormones. In January of this...

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If there is any vitamin we have all heard about, it is vitamin C. Most people take vitamin C to boost immunity. For acne, however, vitamin C when it is used to keep immune responses in check. Is Vitamin C Really What We Think It Is? Vitamin C is the nutrient most people get from...

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If you live in the United States or Canada, you get bombarded with two kinds of information about milk and dairy products. The milk and dairy companies constantly remind us that dairy products are the main source of calcium and phosphorus in our diets and we simply have to have them in our diets (they...

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If your concept of the ideal way to fight acne is lying on the sofa eating bonbons, then Frutels sounds like the product for you. Frutels has launched a line of edible cosmetics including a chocolate bonbon that is designed to fight acne. The makers of Frutels tell us that their chocolate bonbons stop acne...

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Nearly 50% of people who have rosacea also have a condition known as small intestine bacterial overgrowth, or SIBO. In one small study, 100% of people who have ocular rosacea (which can cause red and puffy eyelids, a feeling of grittiness in the eyes, eye pain, and sensitivity to light) have the predisposing condition. What...

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If you have been in the natural products and natural foods industry for a while, you have probably seen a lot of “superfoods” come and go. Generally, the peddlers of superfoods want to convince everyone who has money left on their credits cards that their superfood is the one and only natural treatment for any...

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There is a fungus among us, many would-be acne experts would have you believe. Fungus feeds on sugar, we are often told. And actually that’s true. Acne bacteria are closely related to fungi, it’s said, so all anyone with acne really needs to do is stop eating sugar and acne will cure itself. Unfortunately, that...

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Every few years grapefruit is either praised as a miracle diet food or panned as the source of plant chemicals that interact with medications. The fact is, grapefruit can be helpful in controlling appetite, because it can fill up at the cost of very few calories, and grapefruit juice neutralizes enzymes that the liver uses...

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