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Today, I wanted to provide you with some more information about food and its role in skin health. I know I talk a lot about reducing sugar in the diet, since it can truly have a great impact on skin health.
However, did you know that refined sugar is not the only thing that can cause glycemic increases (blood sugar spikes) that can lead to breakouts and flare-ups of skin conditions?
Since the skin is the largest "organ" of the body, it performs a lot of functions we are not conscious of most of the time. One of it's key functions is to remove waste from the body.
When it becomes over-burdened with too much toxicity, it can become diseased in its own right. We see this with adult onset of acne, sudden skin reactions and rashes, and poor skin health.
Continual exposure to chemical ingredients in your diet can actually be measured in skin and hair cells for months after the chemical ingredients have been ingested. Today I am going to talk about yet another "natural" ingredient in food that causes problems for most people.
If Sugar Is A Killer, Then Gluten Is Its Partner In Crime
Gluten, which like sugar is known to spur candida overgrowth, contributes heavily to the yeast infection problem I help so many of my acne clients fight. This is also the problem I had that kept my acne problem going away into my mid twenties.
Foods high in gluten include breads, pastas, cereal, milk, crackers, and many other foods that have wheat or yeast in them. Believe it or not, wheat flour actually has the highest amount of gluten in it, which is a protein with a high glycemic index.
So be very careful when choosing what you buy at the grocery store, just because it says wheat on the label does not mean it is better for you. In most cases it's not, especially if you are dealing with skin problems.
What happens is the excess Candida Albicans (the internal yeast infection your fighting) actually feeds and thrives on both gluten and sugar. So if you cut out sugar and don't see an improvement in your skin, it could very well be that you also need to cut out gluten as well.
The connection between foods that contain gluten and skin issues is very clear and scientifically documented. Again, this is why it's so important to know what exactly is in your food before you buy it.
Tomorrow, I'm going to be providing you with a resource that will include gluten free foods that you can definitely eat without the fear of potentially making your skin problem worse.
Wishing you a healthy and joyous day,
The Hardest Working Guy In Skin Care
"Inspiring Healthy Choices For Better Living."
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