7 Everyday Foods That Can Cause Acne Breakouts - most common allergen in skin care products-NOX BE

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7 Everyday Foods That Can Cause Acne Breakouts - most common allergen in skin care products

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-10-28
7 Everyday Foods That Can Cause Acne Breakouts  -  most common allergen in skin care products
Acne is a condition of the skin that causes acne or pimples.
This happens when the pores of the skin are blocked by oil and dirt.
This is sometimes manifested in black, white and red inflamed skin.
Acne may be inherited, but it may also be caused by hormonal changes, certain drugs, too greasy or greasy cosmetics or hair products, high humidity or sweating, and a variety of foods.
Some people don't know that certain foods cause acne.
A person may react to a particular food or drink because of an allergy.
Food allergies may be the form of acne outbreaks.
When an allergy occurs, the body releases antibodies that cause skin inflammation or pore blockage.
However, it is difficult to determine the exact list of foods that may cause acne, because everyone's acne is different.
Here are the common daily foods that can cause acne and pimples. 1.
Red meat contains more Mykonos, an oxygen.
Binding protein found in muscle tissue.
It also includes a large amount of creatine, iron, zinc, phosphorus, vitamin B and alpha-sulfuric acid.
These nutrients may be allergens and cause allergic reactions.
In addition, hormones in red meat can lead to an increase in hormone levels, leading to acne and pimples. 2.
Eggs are one of the most common allergens.
Egg yolk contains a large amount of protein, which is usually the main stimulus to the body.
The high level of a certain protein in eggs will produce more sebum, more male hormones and excessive amount of protein, which is one of the main factors leading to acne outbreak. 3.
Fat content in milk contributes to the formation of acne.
In addition, hormones fed by cows also increase the body's hormone levels, leading to acne.
Milk also contains the metabolites of testosterone and iodine that cause acne. 4.
Caffeine can lead to inflammation of the skin, leading to the deterioration of acne.
In addition, caffeine has a dry effect on the skin.
The drier the skin, the more oil or sebum is released from the sebum.
The oil released by this gland can promote the formation of acne on the skin. 5.
Seafood is rich in iodine, which will aggravate your acne.
Iodine is a dietary element that is scientifically proven to cause acne outbreaks in people who are sensitive to it.
In addition, seafood is known as an allergen, which can cause allergic reactions.
Inflammation is also one of the possible allergic reactions, so when eating seafood, acne can worsen and lead to acne outbreaks. 6.
Additives, preservatives and synthetic pigments in pickled foods may contain toxins that can cause acne.
Overeating this food can put pressure on the liver, and excess toxins that are not filtered by the liver can aggravate acne. 7.
Chocolate contains caffeine, which may be the cause of increased acne due to its drying effect.
In addition, chocolate contains cocoa butter and sugar with pores
Blocking properties.
When the pores are blocked, the oil will be trapped in the skin and accumulate dirt, which will eventually lead to acne falling off and acne on the face.
If you are prone to acne and it seems difficult to remove acne from your face, it would be helpful to observe the cause of these acne.
If you eat any of the above foods regularly, it will not hurt you if you monitor your skin's reaction after eating them.
There is a log where you can record what you eat, what you drink, and the results.
Is your skin oily? Is it drier?
Will acne recur?
If you find that one or more foods or drinks will stimulate your skin more, then it's time to limit yourself.
If you don't eat those irritating foods, your face is likely to be clearer and more prone to pimples. free in time.
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