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... If you like cake donuts, I highly reccomend Kinnikinnick Foods. I don't like cake donuts, but GF Cake donuts are awesome. If you like pasta, just purchase GF pasta. ... (53 replies)
... I see, this is odd. I thought crackers, pretzels, brownies, donuts, cookies, muffins, bascially all those good junk food will probalby perpetuate the problem. The crackers, pretzels, brownies, donuts, cookies, muffins, which of these brands are availble that maybe gluten-free/dairy free/hydrogenated oil free, etc? Also rice crackers, i should avoid them if the ingredients... (12 replies)
... OR, it could be that since wheat can causes an inflammatory response in the body, our cystic acne is a result of that. ... (28 replies)

... i think this can be from the donuts no doubt. I know my acne is triggered by straight milk and sugar. If i eat to much sugar i will break out bad the next day within hours even, milk the same way but even worse. ... (4 replies)
Acne diet?
Dec 13, 2004
... Bad for acne is Coca Cola, Pepsi, Mt Dew, Sunkist orange pop, Dr, Pepper, Klondike ice cream bar, Dove bar, Hershey chocolate bar, M & M s candy, Snickers bar, Oreo cookies, anything baked by Peperidge farm, lemon merangue pie, apple pie, cherry pie, blueberry pie, donuts, cream filled donuts, bacon, cheese, milk, cream, frozen cake, frozen pizza, fresh pizza, fried chicken,... (12 replies)
... hormonal problems and have had to deal with occasional cystic acne ever since. Its awful. I also eat alot better than I did as a teen. ... (18 replies)
... tend to deal with adult acne more than adolescent acne. What I mean is that I've known a lot of women who were quite clear during adolescent phase but then developed acne later on. ... (18 replies)
... guarantee this will reduce your acne extensively, however this takes a MAJOR DEDICATION, surrender to foods, and commitment. ... (0 replies)
... Hello I have been reading all the options available for curing or helping with acne for better complextion. Everyone has an idea and I have to tell you I really like alot of them. Most of them... ... (20 replies)
... yea, good luck finding one of these. ;). You'd have better luck searching for "soma." I'm adding in that they need to be refined sugar free also. (12 replies)
... I had read a week ago about using diet to control body acne. A few months ago I went on a health kick and my skin cleared up, but I didn't put the two together. I started eating toatally clean again, and after a week, my skin on my back, chest, and legs are about 80% clear. (my butt is coming along a little slower, but showing improvement!) Don't eat any crap! (No... (3 replies)
... Hmm...you don't get acne? this is the second pimple you've had in your life? ;-) Well anyway, assuming you are following the avoid list (which are you aren't) and that by junk food, you mean snack foods, these are what I would eat: Fruit: -Fresh Fruit - grapes, apples, pears, melons, etc (be aware of Mangos, & Bananas) -Dried Fruit - apples, apricots, raisins,... (12 replies)
... Eating oatmeal and egg whites for breakfast instead of cereal or donuts was a change I knew I could stick with for life, so I did it. Exercising every morning for an hour is a change I knew I could stick with, so I did it. ... (8 replies)
Acne diet?
Dec 13, 2004
... Here's a list of food I've formulated from a year of personal experimentation. It works for me, although the list evolves now and then. I put food into three categories, "Safe", "In Moderation", "Limit Greatly", and "Avoid". Like I said, it works for very well me, but you may need to experiment for yourself. SAFE LIST] Eat whenever you want: Note: Eat organic,... (12 replies)
... hey thx nick...i'll give it a try and max payne, i eat alot of rice, fried noodles, chinese food, subway sandwiches, alot of chicken, beef, and pork, donuts, once in awhile burgers, pizza, fried chicken. i drink lots of water, milk, juice, tea dunno if this will help (3 replies)
... OH MAN, GirlHarley would you like another son :D ? I wish my mother was so dedicated as you. Your first objective is great and I really don't you need to modify it whatsoever. You said you son is a growing boy, can I ask how old is he? If he is under 16 or 17 I definitely DO NOT recommend any form of special diet/cleansing/fasting. He is growing, therefore he must eat food.... (20 replies)
... LOL, yeah it isn't easy but you can do it....or you can always make them yourself. First of all, Gluten is a protein found in certain grains (mainly wheat) and gives bread its smooth texture and rising abilities (bacterial yeast live here). Itís favored over other grains because itís sticky nature also helps breads bind together. If using GF breads, usually Xanthum Gum... (12 replies)
... Hey all, Well I know that most of you think that those of us on an Anti-Inflammatory, Insulin Controlling, and/or Hormone Balancing Diets are severely deprived. LOL, well I am here to tell all of you that you could not be more wrong! =) I was absolutely clueless and naive about ALL the DIFFERENT possibilities among the foods we eat until I changed my diet. WOW, I... (11 replies)
Acne Prone Foods?
Sep 23, 2002
... While I don't think that eliminating foods keeps me 100% clear, I think that there are some foods that may irritate sensitive people. I have celiac disease, so I cannot tolerate any kind of bread, pastry, cake, cookie, drink, soup, sauce, dressing, cereal, cracker, food product in general, that is made with wheat, rye, oats, barely, oats, or spelt. If it is made from... (3 replies)
Gluten Free Diet
Feb 28, 2004
... Hey there newbie ;-) Actually I have no idea where you are looking because there are PLENTY of Gluten Free Foods..for breakfast. With at least 30% of the population being Gluten Intolerant or Celiac, not counting those allergic to Wheat, you better believe that they want plenty of options =) So, what do you like eating for breakfast? Look for those foods, only as... (27 replies)




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