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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)
... Some people with acne can't tolerate any grains at all. ... (28 replies)
... First, let me say that I've been around this board for about a year and a half. I'm 22, white male, had moderate cystic acne for 7 years. Experimented with almost every drug except Accutane, and tried changing my diet with little luck. ... (9 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)
... There seems to be a lot of belief that grains may cause acne. ... (9 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)
... Ok, so according to Cordain and what has worked for me, your diet is highly suspect as far as acne and in my opinion health as well. I know you think this is totally healthy and two years ago I would have as well. I ate very similarly. ... (16 replies)
... w Carbing, sure you can go whole grains, but that doesn't stop the all of the above problems they will cause for some people. Dr. Perricone advises eating whole grains and giving up more if neccessary in his book, the Acne Prescription. ... (5 replies)
... I started this thread for all bodybuilders that suffer from acne. In my situation, I suffer from moderate acne. I have found my acne to be related to foods. ... (18 replies)
... You're stuck right there with us in the labyrinth that is the diet and acne connection. Unfortunately, there are some things that are conflicting, some people can eat one thing and another person can't. ... (10 replies)
... can't say if I noticed a difference when I was 10lbs heavier...wait yes, but it could have been thanks to Brewers Yeast which is supposedly good for clearing up acne and adding weight. Although that was during the summertime, which is generally when my skin looks it's best anyway, so that doesn't help much. ... (93 replies)
... he foods to eliminate. So it's hard for me to tell people what they should do, especially without knowing their background. Most people on here just want their acne gone, others are aiming for ultimate health and hormonal balance. ... (30 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. ... (27 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)
... Jabbathegut, There's actually a few regimens that males around here have used such as: Rice and/or Oatmeal as their only grains (as bulking carb) Gluten-Free Diet Gluten-Free Diet w/ Fish Oil or R-ALA (27 replies)
... No, I'm not grain free, but grains are not a large portion of my diet either. Like you, I'm not a fan. If anything, it is usually brown rice on the side. I never eat refined grains, for sure. ... (30 replies)
... It was never created to really educate people on what to eat. Grains can be the bulk of your diet but I don't think they should be. I think vegetables should be. ... (30 replies)
... o using grains to create them. ... (11 replies)
... Grains, including oatmeal, do not cause acne. You can eat all the grains you want, as long as you don't have any allergies to them of course. ... (5 replies)
... Actually while I was looking up some articles on Hydrogenated oils, I came across one on whole grains. Basically it said that Whole Grains have always been known to Reduce Insulin Resistance and Type II Diabetes over Refined Grains. ... (17 replies)

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