Food-Acne. Do you want to know 2 foods which, after eating, will trigger your acne?

Do you also have problems with Acne and Rosacea? What happened at the meeting of American Dermatologists that excited everyone?

One way to see which foods you should use and which you should consume to be as healthy as possible is to take the Nutrigenetics (Food DNA) test. Through this test, you will know how sensitive your skin is to certain specific foods. So the next time you want healthier skin, you will know what foods to avoid, and what foods to use.

Dairy: Casein is one of the major proteins found in all animal sources of milk, and a specific type of casein, alpha s1 casein, has been identified as a major allergen. Goat and sheep milk contain different types of casein, and there is some evidence that replacing cow’s milk (and its by-products) with goat or sheep milk in the diet is a hypoallergenic (less allergenic) option, with significant reductions of eczema, digestive disorders, asthma and other inflammatory manifestations, including acne.

Since casein is also a protein with a large molecular weight it is difficult to digest, our bodies probably cannot break this protein down, and this leads to the destruction of the inner surface of the intestines, which causes these proteins to en in the bloodstream. This leads to the initiation of the body’s inflammatory response, as the immune system recognizes these proteins as foreign.

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Animal Proteins: Eliminating animal proteins (except wild-raised fish because of the healthy, anti-inflammatory fats they naturally contain) will be very effective in reducing inflammatory levels in the body. Many clinical studies are showing that animal protein is a serious culprit in triggering the body’s negative inflammatory response.

All the amino acids, nutrients, and proteins found in meat can be obtained from plant-based sources, such as peas, black beans, hemp seeds, etc. We are not trying to guide you to a vegetarian diet. We are helping you to understand that if you have problems with acne, then reducing the consumption of these products will also reduce inflammation of the body and acne.

 

The American Association of Dermatologists conducted a study regarding the stigmatization of individuals with acne.

Study: 56 individuals were shown images of people with skin problems such as acne, psoriasis, eczema, vitiligo, and tinea versicolor. Then they filled out a questionnaire whose aim was to explore the impressions and reactions of these subjects toward those with skin problems.

Results: The vast majority (62.5%) of subjects felt bad for people with acne, a result that lagged behind all others.

About half of the people (55.4%) believed that acne was caused by poor hygiene, 27.5% thought it was related to diet, and of all individuals, 50% believed it was contagious.

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The majority claimed that they would feel ashamed if they had acne and that they found someone with acne less attractive (67.9%). Next, 41.1% claimed that they would feel uncomfortable if they were to go out in public next to a person with acne, and 44.6% would feel embarrassed if they touched the person with acne. However, the percentage of those who would try to stay away from contact with these people was very low.

Conclusion: Acne can have a very negative psychological impact on sufferers because it is stigmatized. Although rosacea is a very evident problem, apparently the stigmatization must be related to the negative perception of the causes of acne.

If acne is negatively affecting your life then you don’t necessarily have to manage the situation yourself as it is a medical problem. There are many acne treatment options, effective for adults and teenagers, and it is precisely the Dermatologist who decides which would be the most suitable for you.