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... you name it. My acne was hormonal for sure as I was clear until 16. Then BAM not good. Which BC pill were you on? ... (1 replies)
... I find gluten to be problematic, as well as others. I believe there is a connection between gluten and acne. It could be indirect or direct. ... (5 replies)
Food & acne?
Feb 25, 2005
... Your existing acne will start to heal IF you eliminate the source of what induced your existing acne. ... (3 replies)

... I eat a very healthy diet, almost all vegetarian, lots of fish, no gluten, dairy or soy because of allergies, very little sugar, drink almost exclusively water and hemp milk.... I just don't know what else to try... ... (2 replies)
I hate acne!
Jul 27, 2004
... shopping list: blueberries brocolli pumpkin (organic, canned, no sugar) spinach (organic) kale collard greens okra (if available) sweet potato avocados (8 replies)
... Wow, is that true that you can be completely acne-free after two months on this diet? Has this worked for you? I don't eat much junk food and hardly any meat, just fish, and I still get pimples, at the age of 32! I'm so tired of this. Also, what are "bad vitamins," if you don't mind explaining? (39 replies)
... Get rid of all of these and you will be acne free in two months time. ... (39 replies)
... did u ever consider trying ORGANIC dairy products? ... (6 replies)
... Just so you know, though, I had to eliminate gluten, dairy, and eggs before I was completely healed. I still can't eat any dairy without a breakout, but it is nothing compared to how it used to be. ... (6 replies)
... has Pies as well as a few other pastries that are Dairy Free. ... (12 replies)
Diet/acne
Jan 18, 2004
... HYs and not neccessarily the FOODS. To be very honest, most people could care less about the whys, and only want to know WHAT they have to do to get rid of their acne and health problems. ... (6 replies)
... me! I have been lurking for quite some time and have been intrigued by the posts relating to diet and acne. I have suffered from acne for quite some time, now...about 9 years. ... (9 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)
... I have been researching acne for 5 years. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, this is how I was with dairy until I realized that people can gain much relief simply from omitting gluten. Dairy and especially casein was a huge factor in my acne. ... (17 replies)
Diet and Acne
May 12, 2015
... Hello i am 16 years old i face mild or moderate acne not sure though. I am currently on bp for 2 and a half month and got prescribed azythromycin i think that my skin has been improved but got some questions to do. ... (3 replies)
... see "High School Dietary Dairy Intake and Teenage Acne" by the American Academy of Dermatology. Of course, you can always try Rice, Almond, Hazelnut, Soy Milks, etc. ... (21 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)
... Unfortunately avoiding only Gluten doesn't help everyone. Sometimes you must avoid Gluten in all its forms. Others must avoid some or ALL of the Evil Lectins. ... (3 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)


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