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The Pimples Diet, the Easy Solution to Pimple-Free Skin

Pimples Diet

June 13, 2017

The Pimples Diet, the Easy Solution to Pimple-Free Skin

If pimple-free is a thing that you have longed after for a while, and you are accustomed to a breakout or three, then you need to read this! Beautiful, pimple-free skin is as simple as looking after your skin through, what we like to call, the pimples diet. Good, clean foods that will help get you on recovery to the break-out free skin in no time.

It has been long known that diet can affect break-outs and the health of your skin. Recent studies have also indicated that diet can also play havoc on acne-prone skin too. A wholesome diet full of lean meats, whole grains, fruit and vegetables is the way forward.

Check out some of the discoveries we have found that may help you on our pimples diet.

Here is what you should eat on the pimples diet.

  1. Omega-3 healthy fats

Omega-3 is said to be an excellent aid in reducing inflammation and helping with acne break-outs. Oily fish and flax seeds are some of the best sources of Omega-3. A few others that you might like to try include grass fed beef, walnuts and a Japanese speciality, edamame.

  1. Green tea

Filled with antioxidants which can help to protect the skin from environmental stressors. Green tea is a good little helper to keep the skin clean and clear.

  1. Zinc

There is some evidence that suggests the mineral zinc that can be found in oysters may have the potential to reduce the effects of acne. Wheat germ, roast beef, lobster or crab, chickpeas, and the darker meat on chicken are also natural sources of zinc.

  1. Natural fruit juice

Fruits and vegetables can help to clear up acne naturally. Many fruits and veggies contain beta-carotenes, which are nature’s remedies that help to reduce skin oils and have anti-inflammatory properties. Dark, leafy greens can help remove any pimple-causing impurities from the body. Dark coloured berries contain phytonutrients that are also beneficial for skin health.

  1. Probiotics

It is said that intestinal microflora may impact on inflammation throughout the body. Probiotics reduce inflammation and oxidative stress within the body, and scientists now believe they may also help to keep your skin clean and clear.

Probiotics can be found in food like yoghurt, kefir, sauerkraut, dark chocolate, miso soup, pickles, and kombucha tea.

Foods you should avoid on the pimples diet.

It is not all about the good, here is a quick list of the foods that are renown for causing break-outs, and you should try to avoid them if you have pimple-prone skin. Think about steering clear of these foods for at least a week to see if you notice a difference in your skin health.

  • There is some evidence to suggest that cow’s milk is a contributing factor to break-outs.
  • Sugar is also a potential risk factor for break-outs. If you are a sweet tooth, try opting for some fresh pieces of fruit to curb your cravings.
  • High GI foods that cause a spike in your blood sugar levels and trigger hormonal fluctuations and inflammation. Steer clear of refined foods like white bread, rice and pasta, highly processed snacks and cereals, cookies, cakes and chips.
  • Avoid greasy fast food, also a contributor to increased inflammation in the body.

If you’re looking for a quick fix between meals to keep you going, grab a fist full of healthy nuts and seeds, and opt for a cup of Bondi Beach Tea Co. instead.



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