Why is ‘diet’ a dirty word in dermatology? The influence of a sugary diet in acne
The role of diet in skin conditions has always been controversial. The latest research on key skin nutrient deficiencies and dietary induced factors are heavily implicated in a range of common skin conditions. The role of high glycemic load carbohydrates in acne vulgaris, for example, has been hotly debated since the 1960s. Recent findings on the impact of glycemic load on factors that perpetuate acne formation, such as insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) and sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), suggest that diet may indeed be a major factor in acne prevalence. Specific dietary recommendations for an array of skin conditions can be reviewed by a Health Practitioner. They can provide powerful strategies to achieve better results in the management of dermatological conditions.
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A Natural Self,
A Naturopathy Clinic
244 South Tce
South Fremantle, 6162
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