Correct diet for acne

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    hend2000posted 8 years ago

    Don’t eat that ! We’ve all heard it from parents, friends or even the family doctor. But the fact is, even after extensive study,Scientists have not found a connection between diet and acne. NotChocolate. Not French fries. Not pizza. According to the AmericanAcademy of Dermatology, “A healthy diet is important for improvingRaw materials for healthy skin,” but they also note that greasy or sugaryFoods do not cause acne. Likewise, a study published in the Journal of theAmerican Medical Association concurred, “Diet plays no role in acneTreatments in most patients…even large amounts of certain foods have notClinically exacerbated acne.” Of course, that doesn’t mean you shouldMake a habit of eating foods high in sugar or fat. The skin is the bodiesLargest organ, so what’s good for the rest of you will be good for yourSkin, too. Acne Prevention & Diet - Nutrients for healthy skin. There areA number of nutrients found in everyday foods that are known to promoteA healthy body — and therefore healthy skin. Get wise to theseSubstances and you’ll increase your chances of conquering your acne.Acne Prevention & Diet - Vitamin A. Naturally occurring Vitamin A, orRetinal, is found in fish oils, liver and dairy products. The Vitamin AProduced by plants is known as Beta-carotene, and is found inYellow/orange fruits and vegetable such as carrots, yams, apricots andCantaloupe, as well as green vegetables likes' parsley, kale and spinach.Extremely high doses of Vitamin A are toxic, so don't overdo it. AcnePrevention & Diet - Vitamin B-2. Stress has been known to aggravateExisting cases of acne, and Vitamin B-2 is often helpful alleviating stress.Foods with a high concentration of B-2 include whole grains, fish, milk,Eggs, meat and leafy green vegetables. Acne Prevention & Diet - VitaminB-3. Found in peanuts, eggs, avocados, liver and lean meats, Vitamin B-3Improves circulation, promoting healthy skin. It also reduces theCholesterol level in the blood and helps you metabolize protein, sugar &fat — increasing your energy through proper utilization of food. AcnePrevention & Diet - Vitamin E. Vitamin E is found in almonds, peanuts,Sunflower seeds, broccoli, wheat germ and vegetable oils. A powerfulAntioxidant, it protects your cells against the effects of free radicals,Which are potentially damaging by-products of the body’s metabolism?Acne Prevention & Diet - Zinc. Even in trace amounts, the antioxidantZinc is known to boost the immune system, improving overall health —Which of course is reflected in the skin. Zinc can be found in eggs, wholeGrains, nuts and mushrooms. Acne Prevention & Diet - Know your own
    Triggers. Since acne is different for everyone, there may be certain foodsThat causes flare-ups in your skin. Clearly, these foods should be avoided.You may also want to check your vitamin supplements for their iodineContent; while normal amounts of iodine have not been shown to affectSkin, amounts greater than the RDA of 150 mcg may aggravate yourAcne. Overall, use your common sense. Drink lots of water and eat aHealthy, balanced diet — but don’t be afraid to indulge your cravingsEvery now and then.For more information

 
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