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Natural Foods That Induce Acne!


There are some natural foods that actually lead to blemishes and acne ? regardless of whether you are a teenager or an adult. Acne can be prevalent in adults as well as teenagers and there are ways we can avoid it ? although the pharmaceutical and drug companies will tell you otherwise.

The drug companies occupy a billion dollar industry and there is a lot of money to be made. What the public does not know is advantageous for these companies because it keeps us coming back for more treatments - that continue to feed this huge industry.

But what many people with acne also do not realize is that what we eat can actually have a huge impact on our skin. What does this mean for us? It means less money spent on medicines and treatments and more time spent on enjoying life.

The Close Relationship between Food and Acne:

Did you know that mangos, bagels, potatoes, popcorn, papaya, and many other "natural" foods (which I will not tell you about here) actually cause acne? It's true. These foods are inflammation-inducing foods which cause problems such as a rapid rise in blood sugar levels. This leads to a burst of inflammation on a cellular level. Basically, as our insulin rises, this leads to increased inflammation throughout our bodies.

It is essential that we stick to eating anti-inflammatory foods like apples, oatmeal, yogurt, fish and celery (to name a few).

Remember, your health and well-being is your responsibility. Take care of your skin. It will love you for it!

 

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