Important Diet and Acne Video by Dr. Greger
What should you be eating – or not eating – to improve your acne?That’s the big question and scientists are getting closer to having an answer – and a fascinating explanation for the link between diet and acne! The bottom line is that some of the basic building blocks of our modern diet drive a cascade of biochemical events in your body that lead to pimples – and cancer. Cut down on these foods and I predict that you’ll see an immediate improvement in your complexion, as well as a long-term benefit to your overall health.
So, what diet changes will help you fight acne with everything you can?Dr. Greger makes a compelling case for rethinking your diet if you have acne. I think his video is a must see for anyone troubled by pimples or for anyone that loves someone who is troubled by pimples. Plus, when you follow Dr. Greger’s advice and make these basic changes in your diet, you’ll get overall health benefits too including lowering your risk of horrible diseases like heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, and more. I've given my acne patients these dietary recommendations for a number of years now and I know that they work. In my dermatology practice, I still treat my acne patients’ skin with my Acne Treatment Kit skin care routine and prescription medicines when needed, but by addressing diet, I’m also giving them a comprehensive approach to cure their acne. It’s a complete approach that works.
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Diet and Acne: What are the three key components for an anti-acne diet?
- Eat mostly foods that come from plants and cut down on foods that come from animals.
- Greatly reduce animal-derived dairy-based foods. (You can get calcium from plant-based foods, but you need to learn how to do that.)
- Cut out processed foods and “junk” foods with their high carbohydrate/sugar levels and bad fats.
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