Clear skin diet review

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Avatar f tn I'm going on a strict skin diet now! My skin condition is really so bad as I have oily and sensitive skin:( anyone knows whether is it possible to get flawless skin if I eliminate: white grains, white bread, chilli, fried food and dairy products? Oh! Is yogurt harmful too?
Avatar n tn i am usin turmaric but i don feel lik it works ... pls suggest me diet also to maintain a clear skin.
Avatar m tn Reduce stress (fit in some 'me' relaxation time), avoid or greatly reduce chocolate consumption and try for a generally healthy diet overall, a daily cleaning (soapy washcloth, wipe clean with a wet washcloth). Pore clogging can be a noted contributor, so an evening facewash would not be amiss before bedtime.
Avatar f tn It's the hormones. Since everyone has different skin, some things may work for you some may not. You might have too experiment. Try first getting simple cleansing pads and wash the areas twice a day, then when it's dry, apply an oil-free lotion lotion to the area. Sometimes it takes days to see results, so try to stick with it. Also check your diet. Are you eating greasy foods? Fried foods? Chocolate? Lots of dairy? Sometimes they make it worse.
Avatar f tn He said he had no idea and that he dealt more with skin cancers now and not those types of issues that my regular doctor should be able to do some research and determine something. So back to him I went. He shrugged and sent me back to dermatologist and told me to be persistent and that he would call him for me as well. So two months to get an appointment at dermatologist and he still seemed unsure and prescribed me ketaconazole shampoo.
Avatar f tn I review this book with a bit of caution. I do believe that diet and nutrition are very important, and the author's personal experience is one of total healing after following a detox/dietary plan as well as looking at emotional issues, etc. HOWEVER, I personally am a Christian and i cannot recommend her venture into the new age spiritual mysticism aspect.
Avatar m tn ve done this twice now, but before I eliminated dairy and gluten and had very clear skin for about a month; then my diet went awry and I started eating them again and had a serious acne problem again. Months later, I've tried again starting with dairy only and have noticed a HUGE IMPROVEMENT in my acne. It was only since a few days ago that I had a frosty at Wendy's, and a latte at Second Cup that I consumed dairy. Today, I woke up with 3 inflamed pimples on a face.
Avatar f tn ve had pain in my right side (where my arm would rest naturally so all the way round at the side of my torso) , focused around the ribs and just under shoulder blade. Also occasionally creeping into the right breast. I have had a clear mammogram and ultrasound (at annual review last month) and orthopedic Dr saw nothing on chest x-ray. Have been referred for CT scan. But meantime disturbing my sleep and weirdly even codeine and anti inflammatory medicine doesn't help.
Avatar m tn I recently came off of the flu, during which my normal, high fiber diet of about 3500 kcal/day went to around 500 kcals. After returning to my normal diet two days ago, I have discovered that the skin between my buttocks is very irritated, and slightly painful to the touch. Related: I am experiencing clear, oily discharge seep out of my anus in small amounts sometimes throughout the day. I think it may be partially responsible for the skin irritation, but I'm not sure.
Avatar m tn ll cheat on the diet. The diet seems so hard at the beginning, but when you get used to what you can eat, it gets much easier. No beer on this diet - unless it's gluten free beer. :) Hope this helps you. Leave me a message if you need diet advice or have other questions.
Avatar n tn Over the last year I keep getting tiny red itchy cluster spots on my face, it doesnt look very attractive and feels itchy. I have always had very clear skin (other than rare outbreaks of exzema) , I eat well and drink 2 litres of water a day. I have changed skin products to natural products with no perfume, chemicals etc, but no difference. I use to think the cause was my hair touching my face, by I pin that back now and still get them- not as bad though.
Avatar m tn Perfect skin all my life up until last year where I started getting random bumps/acne that would appear and disappear overnight. Finally went to a dermatologist and he diagnosed as Roscea. Prescribed Sodium Sulfacetamide and Sulfur solution cream and doxycycline once a day. Over the last year, worse it ever got was maybe 5 flesh colored bumps on my forehead. Two days after starting the treatment, my forehead now looks like a war zone.
758338 tn?1235785002 I started getting very itchy skin soon after I went on a gluten free diet after being diagnosed with celiac sprue. For years I had been using a body wash that I rinsed off very well, but one day I grabbed a bar of soap and scrubbed all the itchy skin really well. Suddenly most of the constant itching stopped. A review of labels revealed that I had missed the wheat listed on the body wash label. The bar of soap was GF. I tossed the body wash and that took care of most of the problem.
Avatar f tn https://www.medicinenet.com/acne/article.htm Some of our children had acne issues as teens, and washing gently with Cetaphil really helped. One important tip - do not try to scrub your skin intensely in an effort to remove acne, and don't over-cleanse. If you aggravate your skin, it will make the acne worse, not better. Just cleanse gently, and pat (not rub) the area dry, and let it dry completely before applying any cosmetics.
Avatar f tn Sun protection is also essential to help prevent other skin cancers. You need to maintain a healthy weight, refrain from smoking, eat a balanced diet and have the recommended cancer screening tests. Hope that this information helps and hope that you will get better soon. Thank you for using MedHelp's "Ask an Expert" Service, where we feature some of world's renowned medical experts in their fields.
1541385 tn?1293438250 I'm sure not I 100% agree with Misssy2 that you are "lacking" a vitamin but perhaps it does have something to do with your diet. Given that the breakouts were all over your body is a pretty clear indication that you are reacting either something you are using on your body or something you are ingesting. What is your skin type? Are you oily? Dry? Sensitive? My suggestion would be to cut back on anything abrasive (facecloths, facial/body scrubs, cleansers with chemicals.
Avatar f tn does anybody know if it works to be on a diet while breastfeeding fulltime? I want to lose weight. I've got a 4 month :) and do you know of any good diet in that case?
880023 tn?1241744504 just wondering if any of you guys stick to a certain pregnancy diet or something like that! I am not fallowing any kind of diet, just trying to eat lots of vegetables and fruits, drink lots of water and juices etc...
Avatar m tn m dealing with my cystic acne is through diet. Need to eliminate all food intolerances. Stick with an all natural diet. No processed foods whatsoever. Lots of water, proper sleep, plenty of exercise and stress free as much as possible. These are all good for the colitis too. We need to heal ourselves from the inside out. My acne breakouts seem worse two weeks before my monthly, so it could be due to hormonal imbalances too.
Avatar m tn ve looked at the photos and other than the obvious (things your vet seems to have dealt with already), I have no idea what it might be, though it does look like an allergy to something. On the subject of his diet - and since the vast majority of allergies are due to diet - I would certainly question the tialpia fish and added salt. I am of course assuming firstly the fish is cooked, not raw.
1430704 tn?1306387507 Have you used any new makeup line that might not be suitable for your skin type? Try to think back to what you did when your skin was more balanced. My guess is that you've passed the puberty stage so it's probably something you've done differently in your routine. Simple is usually the best. Don't overload your skin with too many treatments or products. Cleanse once in the morning and once at night. Eat a balanced diet and avoid too many oily or sugary foods.
Avatar m tn I got a pimple and some cystic acne spots. It usually precedes a breakout. I am going to try and get on accutane. Does it cause scars? Should I let the spots heal first or should I get on accutane immediately? I have literally tried everything you can imagine. Diets, low glycemic, multi vitamin, salads, low carb, you name it. Cut out all flour and sugar. I get temporary relief and it comes back. I would give a testicle to get away from acne.
Avatar f tn I'm a 29 year old female and three months ago I ended up in the ER with a micro-perforation of the bowel. Previous to this I weighed 144 pounds (I'm 5'7) and my diet was just whatever I wanted, mostly crap food. But it wasn't an issue because I have a fast metabolism and I didn't care much about what I put in my body. I am also a smoker. Luckily, I didn't have to have surgery for my perforation - it healed up over three days of intravenous antibiotics in the hospital.
Avatar f tn Also, if you are taking any kind of medication right now, have the same doc review all the side effects, sometimes they can cause diarrhea. And anyway, when you have such a lengthy bout of diarrhea following the bag reversal, you need to tell the doc about that. So, make an appointment with a doc, even your general doc is okay if you can see him quicker than the surgeon.
Avatar n tn But last year I cut soda out of my diet for a few weeks and noticed no new ones appeared during that time period, following a energy drink binge I had several huge and painful cysts appear and realized coke and monsters had to go if I wanted clear skin down there. It's taken close to a year but now my cysts which used to number around three dozen have nearly completely gone.