Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Control your Diet, Control your Acne

Acne and diet, the great debate. Many people have acne problems that actually hinders to their day to day lives. Sometimes these acne problems has gone so far to the point that it lose someone's self esteem. Worry no more, Acne can actually be controlled or prevented by making some changes in your lifestyle.

Before, Science explains that there is no found connections with acne and diet or acne and sweets/oily foods. No direct relations that it has to do something with why pimples just keep on popping. But because there is no proof, this doesn't mean that you'll no longer get a healthy and a well-balanced diet.

Now, Recent studies have clearly found a significant connection between diet and acne.A healthy diet can prevent or even eliminate acne or pimples. That's why it's important to have a healthy diet regime for over all wellness and for your skin too.

Stress is one of the leading causes of acne. Vitamin B-2 is popular vitamin as an anti-depressant. So foods like whole grains, fish, egg, green leafy vegetables are all rich in vitamin b2 that can prevent stress and eventually acne. Zinc supplements from eggs, wheat can prevent pimples from showing. They say that if you have a healthy diet you have a healthy skin, so if your eating too much unhealthy foods, it is shown on your skin.Vitamin b-3 helps in the proper circulation of our body, it reduces cholesterol and maintain good metabolism.

Sugar, carbohydrates and milk. oh yes milk. can produce too much hormones, that trigger the hyper-production of sebum oil resulting in more acne.

The debate whether acne has connection with diet or not, continues. However, It is still important that we maintain a healthy diet not only for our skin but for our over all wellness.


Viveca from FatigueBeGone said...

A HUGE connection between acne is a blocked colon. Years ago my stepson suffered from migraines and acne. After trying everything I walked into a health food store - the owner was fabulous and prescribed some herbal supplements -- within a couple of weeks his headaches were gone and his complexion was clear. WOW.


Poetic Shutterbug said...

I never knew that about milk and although I do not drink milk, I use it in my cereal each day. That is good to know, thanks for all the info.

Jeff said...

Oh! I've never seen her like that before. I did not realize she struggled with pimples and acne.

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Anonymous said...

Nice post..i can learn about this..but diet is really healthy lifestyle
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acne said...

One should look over on their diet because this has somewhat a relation to acne breakouts.
I've learned not to eat too much oily foods for it increases the risk of having acne.

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