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Acne & Food

It is believed that some foods cause acne. Chocolates, peanuts, and oily food are some of the food items that are thought to cause or aggravate acne.

Until now, no study has conclusively proved a connection between food and acne, though recent studies suggest a relation between milk and acne.

Acne is mainly caused by hormonal disturbances. There is no definite connection between food and acne. If you feel that eating a particular food is making your acne worse, avoid that food.

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Article created on: August 07, 2006

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