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Diet As An Effective Acne Treatment That Works

By Edited Sep 30, 2016 0 0

The role of dieting in treating acne

Effective acne treatment tips

When viewed from the angles of targeted medicine and deductive science, western drug medications are perceived as notoriously sophisticated. By and large, such formulations have been failures insofar as providing solutions to medical problems falling outside the boundaries of deductive science. This is one reason why western medications had failed to identify the link between acne and diet for several years, until now. Although acne problems remained mostly unaddressed until recently, the rapid progress made over the past 15 years in this area is now providing relief to numerous acne patients around the world.

While empirical studies to evaluate diet as an effective acne treatment, did initially hint of a link between diet and acne, successive studies firmly confirmed the existence of this link. The studies revealed that the sole and common cause of acne among sufferers was the consumption of refined sugars and carbohydrates. 

Advanced, medical scientific theory conclude that metabolized sugars and carbohydrates raises the production of IGF-1(a growth element akin to insulin), and insulin itself. Subsequently, increase in this growth substance triggers excess male hormone production in the body.

In turn, the increased level of hormones produced causes higher sebum production. If you are not too familiar with sebum, it is an oily substance which generally develops in the pores of your skin over time. People commonly refer to sebum-affected skin as oily skin. Sebum clogs pores and ultimately facilitates the growth and accumulation of bacteria. Clogged pores keep bacteria in the skin and prevent it from being removed. Acne is the direct and ultimate consequence of bacteria-blocked, sebum-laden pores.

This rather detailed description of the acne development process can be simply explained as follows. Consumption of refined sugar and carbohydrate-rich foods affect the skin, clogs pores, and leads to the development of acne.

So, what is the solution? Well, the obvious thing to do is to avoid eating pastas and sweets which are rich in refined sugars and carbohydrates. Such foods will give you extremely low amounts of the essential nutrients you need, while clogging your pores in the process. As a matter of fact, recent studies indicate that such foods are so detrimental to health, that the body produces extra white blood cells to combat them in the same way it does illnesses. While the immune system may be temporarily weakened when white blood cells are expended, the body usually generates more waste matter, much of which is expelled through the pores.

Of course, you may be surprised to learn that avoiding spaghetti and chocolates is not the only way to achieve clear, healthy skin. Antioxidant-rich foods and vegetables are the best alternatives to obtain clear skin. You may describe such food as your bodies internal mops or sponges. This is because they absorb toxins and control free radicals, both of which are expelled in the form of bacteria from skin pores.

In the final analysis, acne problems can be effectively addressed by imbibing a healthier diet in two ways. The first way is to avoid the consumption of refined carbohydrate and sugar-rich foods to reduce sebum build up which, in turn, clog pores. The second way is to include raw vegetables and anti-oxidant-rich foods in your daily diet. Such foods will significantly reduce bacteria that are expelled through the pores. By combining the two, you will reduce the chance of acquiring acne to a great extent.

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