Friday, December 8, 2006

Acne related to diet? or maybe not?

Some dermetologists I've visited say acne is related to diet, others claim that there is no connection whatsoever. A good amount of people on the acne.org boards, claim diet is the main factor involved, whereas an equal amount of people claim the opposite, maintaining that diet and acne are unrelated. Since I am unqualified to say, I have no idea who is right. I just wanted to start this thread to get a conclusive answer on whether their related or not, once and for all.

Some members point out that people in third world countries tend to have no acne whatsoever, even though they live in dirt and grime, without any acne products whatsoever. The idea is that the American/european/canadian & australian people have dietary tendancies which encourage acne, like high-meat diets, fast food, and sugar.

It would seem to me, that a few scientific tests could determine beyond the shadow of a doubt, how acne and diet are related if at all. Why is this issue still contraversial, it shouldn't be!


By Ephemeral

7 comments:

Thomas said...

Hello,

This comment is for the person or moderator who goes by the name of "Hus."

I am Rockee96, the one who posted the comment about Celibre (December 6th):
http://theacnefight.blogspot.com/2006/12/celibre-is-scam.html

Actually, I posted this comment on another site www.acne.org, but I asked the moderator there to delete it. Unfortunately, the post still remains on this site, since it was fed here. "Hus," can you please remove this thread? Thank you. I can be reached at thomasch96@hotmail.com

-Thomas

letty said...

Hi,

I have found an acne site where everybody get a free

e-book about acne. The link:

Acne

Have a nice day,
L.

Acne Treatment said...

There are two major types of acne blemishes; non-inflammatory acne and inflammatory acne. The non-inflammatory category is divided into two categories; closed comedo and open comedo. A closed comedo is otherwise known as a whitehead and appears on the skin surface as a small whitish or yellowish bump. The open comedo is also known as a blackhead. It is dark in appearance but, contrary to popular belief, is not a build-up of dirt. It is actually a build-up of melanin, a chemical that makes up the pigment of the skin surface. Blackheads and whiteheads can be prevented and controlled by using anti-inflammatory cleansers such as Proactiv Acne Treatment or products that contain aloe vera.

Doctor_Eva said...

Make them talk of you as of a beautiful and charming woman and not a stout cow! But I know, how to lose weight!

acne remedy said...

If you want to get the answer that how to get rid of acne scars then here is your answer.The best way to prevent post-inflammatory changes caused by acne is to prevent acne lesions from occurring. This is done by understanding the factors that cause acne and using the appropriate treatments for the different acne types.

Lucy Finley said...

Diets play a major part in acne problem because your face shows what you eat. Take healthier diets so your skin will glow.

Mike Walden Program said...

Some dermetologists I've visited say acne is related to diet, others claim that there is no connection whatsoever. A good amount of people on the acne.org boards, claim diet is the main factor involved, whereas an equal amount of people claim the opposite, maintaining that diet and acne are unrelated. Since I am unqualified to say, I have no idea who is right. I just wanted to start this thread to get a conclusive answer on whether their related or not, once and for all.