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... Not the case here, Forgotten. I'm not allergic to dairy and I break out if I eat it. I know what causes me to break out, because I healed my acne by avoiding it, by changing it, improving my nutrition and eliminating food intolerances. I have NO ACNE. I no longer have acne. ... (8 replies)
... and MAYBE Mango also. I believe Perricone's Acne Prescription even tells you to avoid Bananas and Mangos. ... (34 replies)
... woud like to add is that Mangos, Peaches, Cashews and Pistachios are in the same family. If you are allergic to Cashews, there's a chance of cross reaction with Mangos as well as Pistachios. ... (8 replies)

... veggies aren't going to perpetuate teh problem or cause more break outs, etc. So how would the sour mangos or the normal mangos fair? ... (8 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)
... Mangoes is DEFINITELY one of the foods which makes me break out. No other foods really make me break out except this. My husband who is clear skinned on a normal basis also breaks out from eating mangos. (8 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)
... point the cause for your acne when no matter what you do you still breakout. The only way you'd actually breakout from a certain type of food is if you're allergic to it. ... (8 replies)
... Hi SweetJade1, 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. Yet as a body builder or in just trying to add weight, are you carb loading a lot? If so, you do understand why body builders do this, right? If you do, then certainly you must... (27 replies)
... I haven't met anyone who has acne who can attribute it to a medical allergy. Allergies always involve the immune system and the results of an allergic reaction are typical. ... (8 replies)
... like rash, usually around your mouth and nose. I don't know exactly what kind of acne you have but perhaps that could be the culprit? ... (8 replies)
... cysts on my face and back. It took me 3 long years of research and experimenting to finally get down to what I could or could not eat. One time I just binged on mangos and papayas and I broke out badly. Too much fruit is not a good thing either. Moderation is key. ... (11 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)
... 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)
Acne diet?
Dec 13, 2004
... Here's a list of food I've formulated from a year of personal experimentation. It works for me, although the list evolves now and then. I put food into three categories, "Safe", "In Moderation", "Limit Greatly", and "Avoid". Like I said, it works for very well me, but you may need to experiment for yourself. SAFE LIST] Eat whenever you want: Note: Eat organic,... (12 replies)
... and eliminate the acne infection. ... (5 replies)
Paleolithic Diet
Jan 10, 2004
... effective when acne sufferers are still consuming the very foods that produce the negative effects that the medications are trying to fight? ... (32 replies)
... Just a comment about the above list, I'm still discovering food that causes me problems. I can't always determine the pattern, but some foods do give me acne in very specific places. When I initially changed my diet and saw the amazing progress, I stopped consuming a lot of misc. foods, naturally. ... (23 replies)
Paleolithic Diet
Jan 11, 2004
... You know I said something rather similar at one point. I didn't care about how acne was formed, why the topicals helped, nor why the right dietary changes worked. ... (32 replies)

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