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... You can't tell people that are 12 and 15 NOT to eat certain foods when that is ALL some of them have access too. ... (30 replies)
... ething more of a cake. Sprouted grain bread is the best if you can find it. It should be stored in the freezer where you buy it as all bread should, really. Also Spelt doesn't seem to give me a problem, digestive wise or acne wise. I only eat these on occassion, but i think most people can eat these if they are not celiacs. ... (30 replies)
... OK, almost ALL acne is hormonal. If it's not caused by hormones then it's a reaction to your skin care products, etc. Change the outside influence and your skin gets better. ... (5 replies)

... helps breads bind together. If using GF breads, usually Xanthum Gum or Guar Gum, among other ingredients, are used to help overcome these grains gritty texture and inability to rise. GF Breads are the hardest to replace and may be an accquired taste. ... (12 replies)
... I personally don't consume Sprouted Wheat or Spelt and I know that Celiacs also find this to be unacceptable. ... (44 replies)
To sweet jade 1
Jan 5, 2003
... No problem I'm glad you asked. Say, how old are you and how long have you had acne? ... (1 replies)
... Anyways I do believe that a part of my acne my be diet related..but I think more of it in my case is genetics. I could go strickly vegetarian and I guarantee that I wouldn't see any changes in my acne. I eat a balanced diet. ... (27 replies)
... ing androgen activity and this is why it wasn't effective enough for me, as I had more free androgens than that, yet this is why it's effective for other females and a few males on this board. ... (7 replies)
... as well as excess consumption of certain raw vegetables. These goitrogens mess with your ability to convert active thyroid hormone and thus can lead to hypothyroidism. ... (28 replies)
... trans fats you would have clear skin, but it doesn't eliminate gluten carbohydrates. ... (54 replies)
... I just have to say that I love your advice. You are very knowledgeable, and I really respect and admire that quality in people. Keep up the good work! ... (27 replies)
... Hey I posted to you on another thread and while we won't talk about what happened to that one, I did mention a few possibilities as to why you changed your diet in the past and didn't see results. ... (27 replies)
... Basically Gluten is found in several grains, but the primary ones are Wheat, Barley and Rye. Some people can tolerate oats, and most people can tolerate corn. So, I'm only avoiding the first 3. The problem is that there's controversy over whether Buckwheat is safe or not. ... (34 replies)
... made fruit and vegetable juices with nothing added. ... (30 replies)
... Vegeterian, as well as typical Dieters. They range from typical home cooked meals to gourmet and some can be customized for special diets. I came across around 30 resturants, but certain cities probably offer more along with personal chef services. ... (6 replies)
... Absolutely it is. I see people active in their 90's and that is how I want to be if I live that long. ... (30 replies)
... For example, oats have gluten in them, don't they? ... (68 replies)
... No joke: I just went back to page 15 and wrote down all of the foods which someone on the board has claimed causes acne (look for yourself if you think I'm exaggerating): *Foods with Iodine* Bread Butter Cheese Eggs Fruits Kelp (8 replies)
... Hey, I'm human and just because I have all these facts backing this up, doesn't mean that I'm going to just instantly change my diet. ... (21 replies)
Acne and gluten
Sep 21, 2003
... in Wheat. It is complex, because it's also in Rye, Barley, Spelt, etc and to a lesser degree in Oats. ... (3 replies)




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