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The Acne/Diet Connection

For years, many skin care experts swore that diet didn’t cause acne, but a growing body of evidence suggests that foods which rank high on the glycemic index (GI)–as well as milk — especially skim milk – may actually contribute to acne after all.
High GI foods namely white bread, potatoes, pasta, rice, pretzels, popcorn and saltines may trigger a breakout, says Eric Schweiger, M.D, the Medical Director and Founder of Schweiger Dermatology | Clear Clinic in New York City.

The Acne/Diet Connection

For years, many skin care experts swore that diet didn’t cause acne, but a growing body of evidence suggests that foods which rank high on the glycemic index (GI)–as well as milk — especially skim milk – may actually contribute to acne after all.
High GI foods namely white bread, potatoes, pasta, rice, pretzels, popcorn and saltines may trigger a breakout, says Eric Schweiger, M.D, the Medical Director and Founder of Schweiger Dermatology | Clear Clinic in New York City.

The Acne/Diet Connection

For years, many skin care experts swore that diet didn’t cause acne, but a growing body of evidence suggests that foods which rank high on the glycemic index (GI)–as well as milk — especially skim milk – may actually contribute to acne after all.
High GI foods namely white bread, potatoes, pasta, rice, pretzels, popcorn and saltines may trigger a breakout, says Eric Schweiger, M.D, the Medical Director and Founder of Schweiger Dermatology | Clear Clinic in New York City.

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