Everyone knows that you can make bread using the simple ingredients; flour, yeast, water and a pinch of salt. So why is it that the label on the bag of bread that I intend to purchase in the grocery store has niacin, thiamin mono-nitrate, riboflavin, folic acid, high fructose corn syrup, wheat gluten, cellulose, and many more chemicals? I don’t know about you, but I don’t recognize those ingredients and can barely pronounce them, so why would I want to eat that bread? How am I supposed to know what these chemicals will do to my health, not to mention my skin?
After reading and studying what goes into the food we buy at the supermarket and how it can affect our health, I am convinced that refined sugar and processed foods directly contribute to acne, skin blemishes, and wrinkles. While dermatologists and even thermage Westchester experts work hard to keep our skin looking healthy and youthful, re-evaluating what we eat may also help to enhance the look of our skin.
Added foods chemicals used to change color, texture, and to keep it fresh can build up in your body’s cells and disrupt normal function. Furthermore, breakouts are often caused by an allergic reaction to these added chemicals. Deficiencies in diet could also be the cause of breakouts and can be solved by supplementing with vitamins such as zinc for acne.
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