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Sugar Sugar!
Nov 15, 2004
... use it. I refused many times, then I gave in and finally decided to try because it was so ugly. In about 3 months, my forehead cleared up completely. I had no acne or pimple for years. It was as if I had nothing before. ... (125 replies)
Sugar Sugar!
Nov 14, 2004
... supps he was reccommending for acne sufferers. ... (125 replies)
... in that those breakouts may not be officially considered acne, but nor are they automatically hives or rashes. In fact there are a variety of different types of acne and they involve varying descriptions and locations on the body and are sometimes due to different causes. ... (110 replies)

... How did you find out that it was gluten that was your acne trigger? ... (110 replies)
... back to puberty. Now couple your messed up hormones with external stress from jobs, exams, public speaking, or nagging questions from those around you, and your acne can really break out. ... (110 replies)
... y too often, but when i had to eat through a straw for 2 months a couple years back, my skin quickly became flawless. not too long after eating solids again, the acne returned. ... (34 replies)
... no carb/low carb diets are unhealthy unless you are an Alaskan Inuit and you plan to die at 45. How it helps acne is by eliminating a large portion of the offenders: refined/processed/enriched/denatured grains, gluten, sugar, and hydrogenated oils. And then think about it. What do people eat most of their dairy with? Cereal and baked goods. I'd be willing to bet that the... (9 replies)
... See, unfortunately I am sensitive to even 4g of sugar or table sugar. LOL, that's a peice of candy... ... (9 replies)
... bread products, because they naturally lack yeast. Those with Candida, are encouraged to follow a really strict type of Low Carb diet, but it also happens to be Gluten Free diet, for Gluten contains the yeast that is problematic! ... (30 replies)
Sugar question
May 13, 2005
... I know that gluten intolerance is linked to a variety of other health problems and autoimmune disorders two of which are both Type I Diabetes and Type II Diabetes. ... (9 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)
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)
... If we are talking solely hormones here and not allergies or intolerances (why some of us avoid misc. items), then the following apply: Grains - Wheat, Gluten, Most Grains or All Grains (the more grains, especially gluten grains in your diet, the greater your ability to produce the hormones & inflammatory products neccessary for the develpment of acne) "Sugars" -... (21 replies)
... Hey, thanks for FINALLY sharing your regimen. I heard about the Acne Cure, long after I was following a similar method. ... (54 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)
... Now the problem with condiments is that they may have gluten mixed in, but you can usually tell. Food starch can be Barley, Corn, Wheat or other grains, and usually its stated. ... (12 replies)
... Just do a search on Google for Gluten Free Alcohols and you will find the list I got the above from. ... (11 replies)
... t have gluten or sugars and eat that. ... (54 replies)
... i've done a little more research on oatmeal and gluten. some say that oatmeal tends to be tolerated better than other gluten containing grains. ... (11 replies)
... You are absolutely correct. Orange Juice may produce a reaction in some, while Oranges usually will not, unless they are allergic to citrus. I don't drink non-100% fruit juice, sodas, etc. I very rarely even drink 100% fruit juice just because it is too sweet for me (LOL). However, others will argue that it lacks fiber which is what may cause the breakouts. Now if you... (13 replies)




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