Did you know that food source is the best conditioner?

Right from the weaning period, i.e., when you take the first source of food other than the breast source to the current period when you intake every sort of food items; your body starts adjusting itself to the food type or in the simpler word, you can say that food conditions the body depending on the kind of nutrients it has.

Ultimately, what’s the constructive-source is also a destructive source.

While some food items lay the valuable stones for your body; the other food listicles destroy the body from the root.

The scenario stands true for acne flares as well.

Hence, it’s imperative for you to choose the right food items which destroy the home-grown environment for acne or avoid the things which lay the bridge for acne.

Let’s take a brief look at these diet items.

Omega-3-fatty acid is contrary to Omega-6-fatty acid.

Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acid behave contrary to each other.

While Omega-3 fatty acid dilutes the inflammatory response on the skin, Omega 6 generates the same.

If you have been feeding on Omega-6 fatty acids for a long time, your skin is likely to get inflamed.

It’s because Omega-6 is a precursor which triggers the inflammation.

So, the wiser decision is to switch your diet from Omega-6-rich content to Omega-3-content.

Omega-3 items are wonderful natural gifts which soothe your acne in multiple ways.Firstly, it controls the testosterone factory from manufacturing testosterone.

The more the testosterone, the higher the sebum production.And you must be aware that the sebum level creates the environment for acne.

Omega-3 fatty acids have potent anti-inflammatory byproducts which bridle the skin inflammation— one of the causes of acne.

The list of diet items for Omega-6: Hemp Seed oil, hemp seeds, pistachios, pine nuts, etc

The list of diet items for Omega-3: Flaxseed oil, fish roe (egg), fish oil, spinach, walnuts, soybeans chia seeds, seafood, etc

High glycemic food glorifies the path of acne.

Although the connection between the high glycemic food such as starchy items and acne hasn’t received the ultimate anecdotal test; however, they are believed to trigger the production of sebum— the oily substance which sits comfortably on the pores only to collect dead skins, thereby causing acne.

When you ingest carbs and sugary item into the circulation, the blood sugar level of the body increases which has shown potential in degrading the quality of the skin and making it prone to acne. [1]

Instead, you can add food items which have low glycemic index count which include legumes, vegetables, etc. for regulating the insulin hormone.

The food with low GI count has antioxidant properties which prohibit free radicals from taking the extra atom from the skin, which ultimately proves excellent for your skin quality.

The list of diet items for Starchy food: Rice, Potatoes, Bread, Oat, Corn Flakes, sugar, etc

The list of diet items for Non-starchy food: Spinach, Baby Corn, Green Bean, Bamboo Shoots, Artichokes, etc

Dairy products do more harm than any good.

The world lives in an illusion that dairy products are to help them out with plenty of health issues; however, they are nothing but the most overrated products in the world.

Animals and birds don’t need milk; it’s humans who have created the need of the dairy items.

These items surely contribute to skin issues such as acne breakouts.

Milk and other products have estrogen hormone— the sex hormone which imbalances other hormones in the body.

Furthermore, when milk gets mixed with sugary items, it alters the production of insulin level which has shown a probable link with acne production.

The good news is— not all dairy products result in the acne breakout; nevertheless, skimmed milk has portrayed likable acne trigger.

Instead of dairy products, you should look forward to adding Vitamin A and E in your daily diet to enhance the quality of the skin.

The list of diet items for Dairy products: Milk, Cottage Cheese, Cheese, Butter, etc

The list of diet items for Vitamin A: Orange and yellow vegetable and fruits, broccoli, spinach, etc