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Acne normally develops at puberty as oil glands become more active due to increased hormone activity. It's characterized by increased oil production through the pores that travel along hair follicles. These can easily become clogged. Excess oil and dead skin cells can cause the follicle to become inflamed and infected, resulting in a pimple.
While some acne during puberty is normal, adult acne is reaching epidemic proportions in the western world. However acne is non-existent in primitive cultures that eat natural diets with unrefined foods.
Researchers have also made a direct link between high insulin levels and acne in teens and adults. "Because our hormones work together, high insulin levels boost levels of other hormones, including the ones that produce oil," writes Brad King, nutrition expert. "Scientists also have a common link between the consumption of dairy and the onset of acne."
Keep skin clean and your hands clean.
Do a honey mask once per day.
Check body pH and reduce acidity in your body with plenty of dark green leafy alkalinizing vegetables, and chlorophyll or aloe vera juice. Get enough restorative sleep. Do not lie face down and ensure your pillow case is clean. Get plenty of fresh air and exercise. Reduce stress and learn how to better manage stress.
Check thyroid levels and ensure your hormones are balanced. Use colloidal silver to help acne and to promote healing. - See more at: https://www.bodytypology.com/adult-acne-cures.html#sthash.5E4x6HfN.dpuf
patients are less-frequent consumers of antioxidants,
anti-inflammatory-rich fruits, vegetables and fish, so increase those in
Inflammation is at the core of acne and the standard American diet promotes inflammation.
Follow a diet for healthy skin.
Increase the amount of fiber you eat and eat plenty of raw vegetables and fruits.
Drink fresh home made vegetable juices.
Drink plenty of pure water.
Herbs that reduce inflammation can help, such as ginger and turmeric.
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