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Old 03-22-2013, 02:26 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by 5kgLifter View Post
In theory, there is no one food you must eat, remember some people are allergic and won't be able to eat them, which means that it stands to reason, that you don't have to.

  • Lifting itself can cause increases in test levels which in turn can cause acne as well.
  • Carbs are also known to cause acne.
  • Sweat can cause acne.
  • Oils/fats (milk) can cause acne.

...etc...the list is endless, to find out whether the eggs are causing it, eliminate them for a while and see what happens, then you'll know, but make sure you don't alter two items at once otherwise you may not get an accurate result. If they are the problem, it may be that you need to introduce them slowly, that can work, instead of a massive increase of a food to the system.


yeah your right.
Carbs break down as sugar, and often cause an insulin spike, causing acne. Although that's mainly simple carbs and I don't have any of those.
Dairy is a big one for causing hormonal imbalances, particularly milk like you said.
Stress was the one that caused mine though. People underestimate that as a cause.

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