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... I have used creatine in the past with no problems. BUT, one time I tried a Whey Protein supplement with lots of amino acids in it, and I developed HUGE swollen lesions on my neck and jaw! It happened pretty fast... ... (9 replies)
... ting or protein restricting or cutting out specific ingredients. You will still lose weight. Now for gaining mass, when you lose weight the contours of your body and the muscles that are already there will show through. ... (11 replies)
Whey protein
Sep 4, 2003
... It's impossible to claim whey protein of being "milk-free". Do some research on whey, it's actually a by-product of milk...so to claim it's non-dairy is kinda odd. Not saying this has anything to do with you breaking out from it, but just a thought. Lots of people develop more acne when lifting weights and using supplements (protein shakes, creatine, etc). Kev (11 replies)

... and extra coordination to cope with the extra quantities, not to mention extremely uncomfortable stomachs lol. I mean, fruit and vegetables take up a huge amount of space in your stomach but give you next to no kilojoules. ... (30 replies)
... But if you never flush it, and you just let it stick there, it will clog up and manifest into bacteria. ... (114 replies)
Eggs okay to eat??
Feb 12, 2004
... My thoughts on why large amounts of protein might contribute to acne is because of the strain it puts on the kidney's. My understanding is that your kidney's are involved with the elimination of waste and toxins. ... (7 replies)
Exercise?
Mar 30, 2004
... I posted a couple of months ago a thread called 'The Gym and Acne', so you might want to look there as well for further info. ... (23 replies)
... I've tried many if not all of the natural cures out there and none have really worked. I took minocycline and tetracycline for facial acne when I was younger and both of them stopped working at one point or another and it's my personal belief that they somehow contributed to my acne mutating to my body from my face. ... (6 replies)
... Some people have experienced gaining acne ever since they started lifting weights in the gym. People have also experienced breakouts from taking supplements such as creatine, whey protein, and other gym related factors. ... (8 replies)
... Last year I started an exercise program, mainly running. I lost a lot of weight, especially muscle and was starting to look a little sickly. I began a weight lifting program and sure enough I started breaking out BIG TIME. ... (3 replies)
Bodybuilding=acne?
Mar 30, 2002
... but I was wondering I wanted to start lifting some more heavier weights im a 15m and one of my friends say it can stunt your growth im only 5,9 would lifting heavier weights do this any help thanks. ... (23 replies)
... So I think I figured out after three years why I still have pretty bad chest acne. Used to have it on my back and face too but they went away which I attribute to diet changes. Anyway I realize my chest breaks out when I work out w heavy weights. ... (2 replies)
... fat cheeses, almonds, and some vegetables, occasionaly pastas and potatoes. ... (21 replies)
... I lift 4 days a week and do cardio 7 days a week. Doing cardio has done little to nothing to make my skin better and lifting weights has done nothing to make it worse or better. My skin has improved through plexion but working out has had no effect on it. I think people need to relax. ... (8 replies)
... I've always opposed the idea of the food and acne correlation. Eat whatever you want. ... (8 replies)
Bodybuilding=acne?
Apr 11, 2002
... days a week and haven't missed a day in two years. ... (23 replies)
Working Out!
Jun 27, 2005
... I have often posted on this board stating the risks of lifting weights from an acne point of view, as it can significantly increase testosterone levels and provoke acne. I have fuond from personal experience that it invariably produces breakouts, particularly chestne and neckne. ... (4 replies)
... I've decided to start going back to the gym and lifting weights!!! ... (3 replies)
... So working out has no negative effect on your acne right? ... (31 replies)
Accutane Journal
Nov 23, 2004
... Yo Kyle, thank you so much for staring this journal. I just found it today and its awesome that it is recent. ... (672 replies)




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