Can Food Allergies, Intolerances Cause Acne?

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Can Food Allergies, Intolerances Cause Acne?
by M Bournston
Food Allergies
Acne is a very common condition, affecting many humans, and can be extremely frustrating and embarrassing.
However, acne is totally avoidable.

Many people think of acne as being a normal part of life. However, some people get acne whereas others don’t.
Why is this? Most acne treatments are all about treating the symptoms – trying to cleanse the skin to get rid of
spots once they appear.

However, this approach is fundamentally flawed, since acne develops from within the body. The human skin is an
organ, which partly functions as a way to eliminate waste products through our pores.

If the body has too many toxins inside it, this can cause inflammation of the skin, which results in blocked pores
and therefore acne. To treat acne’s cause, toxins must be removed.

This is where food allergies come in. The majority of acne is caused by a reaction to some kind of food that our
body cannot process properly. This is because the body is always fighting a battle against the particular food,
causing excess toxins in the body as a result.

But what is the number one food allergy that causes acne?

Dairy. Yes, dairy products often show up as the cause of people’s acne. Many people, after giving up all daily
products (milk, cheese, butter, etc.), find that their acne disappears and their skin subsequently improves
dramatically. Think of the skin as being like an indicator of your body’s internal health. If you have bad skin, then
your internal health is bad too. Fix the inside and fix the outside too.


But what if there was a simple, safe way that you could get rid of your acne permanently in a matter of days?
Would you be willing to try it? To find out how a fellow chronic acne sufferer easily cured his acne visit