I do this to avoid the boils and zits, pus masses etc. as well. IF you are like me, I'd say drop the dairy completely for awhile (coconut milk is a great replacement!) and try a few hard cheeses later on after your skin clears up to see if tolerate them. Reduce the nuts to one day a week. Cut way back on the fish, it's overrated and cooked polyunsaturated oils could very well inflame your skin. Eggs, I love them, are also slightly inflammatory. The rarer the egg the better, it seems - for my skin. Green tea, dandelion root tea, and green apples also have a good track record on my skin. Avocadoes, turmeric and cumin, and a good supply of liver and greens also seems to make a difference - but I haven't tested them. I HAVE determined that IF'ing helps a ton.
My whole premises is based on acne. What is the optimal diet to avoid acne?
I have it moderate (i.e. pretty bad) on my back/shoulders and i am 22. It is bothering me to such an extent that my life is in shambles. I also have seborrheic dermatitis on my face.
how much is a Pound of salmon per week, how many fillets generally speaking?
I eat about half a cup of maca nuts a day, 2-3 pasture raised eggs, grass fed beef (sometimes not grass fed), chicken breast (probably grain fed), sweet potato (without the skin), vegetables, heavy cream (trader joes brand and organic valley, although i just recently incorporated this).
Anyone have any suggestions? You would make my world a much better place. thanks
Never wash your face unless you have to, don't use soap or anything. Keep a clean pillowcase, I use T-shirts and thermals.
Active relaxation and some sunlight help, too - if you have access to either one! :P
I almost forgot, even one snuck cookie can give me zits for days! Any soybean oil, HFCS and similar will bring on the boils. Massive doses of green tea help to battle the inflammation after a cheat.
Steak, eggs, potatoes - fruits, nuts, berries and forage. Coconut milk and potent herbs and spices. Tea instead of coffee now and teeny amounts of kelp daily. Let's see how this does! Not really had dairy much, and gut seems better for it.