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Study Reveals Some Really Good News For Acne Sufferers

For the teen years, acne can be an embarrassment that sends you into hiding, or at the least looking for any way possible to hide it or get rid of it. I know this is true because I, personally, had a severe case of acne when I was young. But now there’s good news for acne sufferers: it appears that you age more slowly, which means in the long run, you may look younger than your counterparts who didn’t have acne when you get older, the Huffington Post reports.

While you wait for the last laugh, there are things you can do NOW to alleviate or even avoid acne. Nearly 85 percent of people have acne at some point, making it the most common skin disorder in the U.S. And it’s not restricted to adolescents — people can get acne right up into their 50s. Americans spend more than $2.2 billion every year on acne treatments, including prescription and over-the-counter products, there are other remedies that can help, but the relief may be as easy as changing your diet.

Going gluten-free can be effective. Glutinous proteins, found in wheat, barley and rye, allow partially digested proteins to get into your bloodstream that would otherwise have been excluded, which can sensitize your immune system and promote inflammation, which contributes to worsening acne. You also need to avoid sugars, optimize your vitamin D levels and follow a good nutrition plan that has plenty of fresh, organically grown vegetables in it.
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