To prevent acne, people around you will most likely tell you to avoid junk food because it contains high amount of fat and grease that will cause the skin to be too greasy and hence pimples will start to appear.
According to several reports, it is the oil in the sebaceous glands that causes acne problems, not the oil from the oily food eaten. However recently there is some disagreement about the link between diet and acne. Several researchers suggested that there might be a degree of truth behind some dietary factors having an influence on acne. For instance, some dairy products and refined sugars that are found in our diet are being evaluated as possible acne triggers.
Your diet affects your acne by some means. This is what I found personally after suffering from acne for a very long time. You will find that some foods you eat will cause severe acne breakouts on the other hand some will help in preventing acne. If you really feel that a particular food type is worsening the conditions of acne then it should be avoided. In this article, I am going to share you some of the food that I found contributes acne.
Processed Grain and Sugar is the major culprit! Grain and Sugar is a common ingredient in modern food. It is found in many of the foods we all eat today like biscuit, donuts, sugary foods, and pizza. Eliminate processed grain and sugar from your diet and prevent acne.
Let know the reason – why grain and sugar causes acne? It causes hormonal imbalance that leads to serious inflammation and results in acne. You will feel like your acne is going away once you stop eating grain. I personally experienced an amazing clear up after stop eating processed grain and sugar.
If you stop eating processed grain and sugar (white bread, candy, pizza, donut, etc) your acne will start to fade. Another food item that comes in the list of foods to avoid for preventing acne is vegetable oil. This oil is found in many of our modern foods. You will find it in many junk foods and also in cooking oils.
Try to eliminate as much vegetable oil as you can from you diet. This is hard to do as all major food stuffs have this in them but if you eliminate as much as you can then you should see good results in a short time.
So this article concludes that your diet is a contributor to acne, but not necessarily the main player. Your diet may affect acne, but is not the cause of.
Disclaimer: This article is not meant to provide health advice and is for general information only. Always seek the insights of a qualified health professional before embarking on any health program.