Generally, it's recognized that acne may be promoted by certain dietary factors. Dairy products and high glycemic foods may play a role in aggravating acne.
Some speculatory evidence has suggested that some component of western lifestyles, possibly diet, might be responsible for higher rates of acne. An article from the American Medical Association observed of more than 1000 Pacific islanders living their traditional lifestyles and found no cases of acne. Given that similar islanders who adopt western diets do develop a reasonable percentage of acne, the author's concluded that genetics alone could not explain the differences observed and that a western, high-glycemic diet may play a role in promoting acne development.
Another study from the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology found that high milk consumption amongst women was significantly correlated with acne rates. It's important to realize that just because two things are related doesn't necessarily mean that one causes another, however this relationship is still suggestive.
Clearly, not all individuals who consume high-glycemic diet or a large number of dairy products suffer from acne. Acne is a complex condition, contributed to and caused by a number of factors, such as hormones, stress, genetics and skin type. If you do suffer from acne, keep a log of what you're eating, and see if changing for a week does improve your skin.
candy has sugar. sugar turns into oils, oils imbalance hormones, we get pimples. simple as that.
Yes. Soda contains a lot of sugar.
Often sugary snacks give you pimples. This is more a prevalent problem if you eat a large amount and your body is not used to the intake of that much sugar.
no it does not the only way to reduce pimples is wash your face,dont eat much sugar, and stay clean or try pimple treatment if it is bad.
not sue but I know lemon juice works. Although the sugar probobly would help dry them out.
cauz they look like pimples
No. Tea is very healthy and contains antioxidants some that can improve your complexion, unless you have sugar in it. I still have a little sugar in my tea to sweeten it, but too much sugar is bad for your skin and teeth. =)
yes it is very high in calories , raise blood sugar level which aggravate acne
You do not get pimples from some one else. Pimples are not communicable.
Pimples are common during puberty, due to hormonal spurt. You do not look dirty, when you have pimples. Late teenagers go on thinking about the pimples only. Almost every body gets the pimples and that is certainly not a crime to have pimples. So do not go on touching the pimples and do not squeeze them. You look beautiful by smile of the face, even with pimples there on your face.
that's not pimples
what are blood filled pimples
Pimples can appear anywhere on your body. Pimples can appear anywhere on your body.
chocolate does not give you pimples, its hormonal. normally when your stressed you eat chocolate and that's how you get pimples. hormones and stress give you pimples, NOT CHOCOLATE.
You get pimples and spots from not washing your face regularly or having dirty hands and then touching your face, and then this leads to black heads which then soon turn into pimples- that is how you get pimples.
no they don't like pimples
Pimples is a funny word.
Yes just about anything with sugar can form pimples it really also depends on what kind of skin you have. Some people are almost immune to acne or pimples. But some people (like me) get them without eating anything. It's just part of life and puberty. So just stick with yourself and wash your face everyday and you should be ok.
yes likes girls with pimples He's got pimples too hes dating a girl with pimples named cierra
best answer people get pimples from lack of sleep and stress
Yes they do give u pimples.
girls do get pimples on there back
i destroy pimples by taking isotrin capsules
Yes. You can get pimples on any part of your skin.