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Does Food Aggravate Acne?

  Part 3: Which Food to be Avoided in Acne?

In part 1 and 2 of this article we have seen some pretty persuasive evidences that point towards  a certain relationship between acne and food. This brings us to the next question to be considered: which are the food items that have to be avoided by acne sufferers or persons with acne prone skins?

Which food to be  avoided in Acne?

Based on the studies mentioned and similar studies published and personal observations, the following suggestions seem proper:

Reduce your intake of sugar (including excessive amounts of fruit juices), sweets, processed flour, baked goods, and trans or hydrogenated fats. Examples include donuts, cookies, pastry, ice cream, pies, etc. You may use natural sweetener rather than sugar. Regularly eating breads, cakes, chips and other staples of Western culture is likely to promote acne.

Aerated drinks are a significant source of sugar. Switch to water, herbal teas, and vegetable juices.

Reduce intake of nuts, including
brazil nuts, walnuts, almonds, and filberts. Peanuts and peanut butter may provoke acne in some individuals. If you eat nuts, limit your intake to small amounts and preferably eat raw nuts.

Reduce intake of milk products, including ice cream and cheese.

Reduce intake of chocolates and sweet drinks: High sugar and milk content will definitely aggravate acne.

Avoid  Vitamin E & B complex supplements. Many patients have noticed aggravation of acne after taking vitamin E and B complex supplements. Hence it is safe to avoid supplements with high contents of these vitamins.


 

Next : Part 4: Food That Can Be Consumed in Acne

 

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