What foods cause acne?
  1. What foods cause acne?

    When it comes to acne, your diet can also be a big contributing factor, triggering breakouts and making existing acne worse. So, what kind of foods actually cause acne? Let's break it down.

    Sugar is one of the biggest culprits. Consuming too much sugar may lead to inflammation and increased oil production, causing blemishes to show up like unwanted guests. And while the occasional treat is okay, try to cut back on sugary snacks and opt for fresh fruit instead.

    Next on the list is dairy. Consuming dairy products, especially milk, can lead to clogged pores and trigger acne. So, if you're struggling with acne, it may be worth adjusting your diet and giving plant-based dairy alternatives a try.

    Processed, greasy and fried foods can also contribute to acne. Processed snacks tend to be high in refined carbohydrates and added sugars, while fried foods often contain high levels of unhealthy fats, all of which can led to inflammation and breakouts. As always, moderation is key when it comes to these types of foods, so try to balance them out with healthier options like veggies.

    A healthy and balanced diet should be a part of your acne prevention routine. Incorporate fresh fruits, veggies and proteins into your diet and see if it transforms your skin for the better.

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