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Terrible acne and rash break out after clean eating?

Author : Dreamer

Submitted : 2017-06-12 00:42:20    Popularity:     

Tags: rash  acne  Terrible  eating  clean  

I used to basically live on fast food. 2 weeks ago I started a vegetarian diet with lots of veggies and only organic non-processed foods. No bread, no sugar (just honey), no caffeine, no fried food. Strictly healthy. And I drink nearly a gallon of water a

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Congratulations on getting healthy. Sounds like you're really working hard, so I know it must suck to see negative results like skin issues.

Perhaps one or more of the foods you're eating is causing a sensitivity, and the acne may actually be hives or a rash.
As a nutritional therapist and health coach, I always suggest people write down everything they eat/drink for at least 5 days. That way I can decipher where the problems may be.
If you want to add to your question and tell me what you eat in a typical day or two, I'll see if I can be more helpful. Also knowing your age and ifmale/female would help

Meanwhile, coconut oil helps with acne, eating it and also applying it to the skin

< It is not clear why some people are more prone to acne than others.

The exact cause of acne is not known, but hormones called androgens can play a role. Androgens increase in both boys and girls during puberty. Androgens make the skin's oil glands get larger and make more sebum. Androgens also can increase because of hormonal changes related to pregnancy or starting or stopping birth control pills.

Genetics may also matter. If your parents had acne, you may have inherited that tendency.>

How Is Acne Treated?

Dermatologists (doctors who specialize in skin problems) often treat acne, particularly in severe cases. Family or general practitioners, pediatricians, or internists can treat milder forms of acne.

Simple diets have not been shown to treat complex disease.

See a Dr.

Diet has very little to do with acne. Acne is literally your skins allergic reaction to the poop of the bacteria living on your skin. No kidding.

I would suggest biotin as a vitamin, small doses (1,000 mcg a day) - try that for 6 weeks and see what you think.

Possibly hormone related. See your Dr.

There are no unhealthy foods, it depends on how much you eat of them. 'Organic' is a farming method, not a nutritional value. It's also a buzz word used in marketing.

Honey is Sugar!



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