A recent investigation suggests that high glycemic load and index diet and frequent dairy consumption are the main factors in establishing the link between diet and acne. As such, dermatologists and registered dietitians have become more interested in the role of MNT (medical nutritional therapy) in treating acne. The study was published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. In America, more than 17 million adolescents and young adults suffer from acne, which can affect the quality of life caused by anxiety, depression and social withdrawal, making treatment necessary. Research has associated diet to acne since the […]Continue reading Quality of Diet Influences Acne
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