What foods cause acne?

What foods cause acne?
Acne is a common skin condition that affects nearly 10% of the world’s population.
Many factors contribute to the development of acne, including sebum and keratin production, acne-causing bacteria, hormones, blocked pores and inflammation.
The link between diet and acne has been controversial, but recent research shows that diet can play a significant role in acne development.
This article will review 7 foods that can cause acne and discuss why the quality of your diet is important.
⦁    Refined Grains and Sugars.
⦁    Dairy Products.
⦁    Fast Food.
Acne mainly affects people who eat foods rich in calories, fats and carbohydrates. Foods such as burgers, nuggets, hot dogs, french fries, and fizzy drinks increase the risk of acne. Of course, this type of research only shows the link between diet and acne and does not prove that fast food causes acne, so more research is needed.
⦁    Foods Rich in Omega-6 Fats.
⦁    Chocolate.
⦁    Whey Protein Powder.
⦁    Foods You're Sensitive To.
Here are some factors that don't usually play a role in acne:
Food:  Parents often tell teens to avoid pizza, greasy and fried foods, and junk food. While these foods may not be good for overall health, they don't play an important causal role in acne. Although some recent studies have implicated a high-carbohydrate diet, milk, and pure chocolate in aggravating acne, these findings are far from established.
Eating lots of refined carbohydrates may increase blood sugar and insulin levels and contribute to the development of acne. However, more research is needed.
⦁    Dirt:  Blackheads are oxidized oil, not dirt. Sweat does not cause acne and is produced by entirely separate glands in the skin. On the other hand, excessive washing can dry and irritate the skin.
⦁    Stress: Some people get so upset by their pimples that they pick at them and make them last longer. Stress, however, does not play much of a direct role in causing acne.
In occasional patients, the following may be contributing factors:
⦁    Heredity:  If one of your parents had severe acne, it is likely that your acne will be more difficult to control.
⦁    Pressure:  In some patients, pressure from helmets, chin straps, collars, suspenders, and the like can aggravate acne.
⦁    Drugs:  Some medications may cause or worsen acne, such as those containing iodides, bromides, or oral or injected steroids (either the medically prescribed prednisone [Deltasone, Orasone, Prednicen-M, Liquid Pred] or the steroids that bodybuilders or athletes sometimes take). Other drugs that can cause or aggravate acne are anticonvulsant medications and lithium (Eskalith, Lithobid). Most cases of acne, however, are not drug-related.
⦁    Occupations:  In some jobs, exposure to industrial products like cutting oils may produce acne.
⦁    Cosmetics:  Some cosmetics and skincare products are pore-clogging ("comedogenic"). Of the many available brands of skincare products, it is important to read the list of ingredients and choose those which have water listed first or second if one is concerned about acne. These "water-based" products are usually best for those with acne.
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