How to Help Fight Adult Hormonal Acne with Diet

How to Help Fight Adult Hormonal Acne with Diet

For those individuals who suffer  from  adult acne the normal transport of sebum out of the follicle is impeded which leads to an accumulation of sebum providing a breeding ground for bacteria. Regular cleansing only is not capable of removing the bacteria entrapped at the base of the hair follicle. The rapid growth of the bacteria in combination with the accumulated sebum cause the follicle to enlarge and can result first in a mild form of Acne called comedones otherwise known as whiteheads or blackheads.

The Acne may progress to an inflammatory type of Acne lesion which are red in color and called papules, pustules and nodules. Papules are the earliest stage in the development of what are normally considered the typical "pimple". Papules are an intermediate in the progression of Acne between the non-inflammatory and inflammatory stages. The next stage is the development of a clearly inflammatory lesion called the pustule, which contains limited number of bacteria and pus below the surface of the skin. Nodules or cysts are the most advanced and severe form of Acne. Nodules result when the contents of a comedone expands from the follicular region to the surrounding tissue causing a local inflammatory reaction that may turn into cystic acne.

And since acne is an inflammatory disease any factors that increase the inflammatory response  will also cause increase in acne symptoms. When our blood sugar and insulin levels rise, we experience a serious increase in inflammatory chemicals at a cellular level. This causes inflammatory diseases such as acne to worsen dramatically.

Simple Diet Tips to Keep You Skin Clear:

  • Take Omega 3 and Omega 6 essential fatty acids, which reduce levels of stress chemicals.
  • Take targeted nutritional supplements including alpha lipoic acid, zinc, DMAE, pantothenic acid., vit. E and A
  • Add essential fatty acid supplements rich in linoleic acid. Acne sufferers  have a low concentration of linoleic acid in their sebum, and the levels decrease as the acne increases.
  • Stay well hydrated with pure spring water.
  • Eat a green leaf salad every day
  • Add fiber to your diet to keep your colon cleansed. Apples are a great choice.
  • Eat plenty of probiotics in the form of plain, unsweetened organic yogurt and kefir.
  • Add walnuts and almonds (raw, unsalted) great source of fiber and essential fats including linoleic acid.
  • Add chia seeds to your yogurt and fruit (fiber, omega 3's).
  • Enjoy a six ounce can of wild salmon for lunch. A great way to increase protein for cellular repair, decrease inflammation (acne is an inflammatory disease), burn body fat and reduce stress.

Take AcnEase, the only all herbal clinically validated acne treatment  that not only reduces symptoms of acne but PREVENTS new acne from coming by breaking the inflammatory cycle and reducing skin oil production. Since AcnEase has no adverse effects and does not directly affects your hormones level you can use it as long as you want or need it.


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