What are the diets that increase and reduce adult acne?
As acne is said to be the symbol of youth, many people experience acne during adolescence, but some acne suffers even after becoming an adult. 'A diet that causes acne in adults' has been identified through a study conducted by more than 20,000 French people.
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Skincare diet: Study shows these 3 foods cause adult acne
Laetitia Penso, a researcher at the University of Paris-Est-Créteil, and a group of researchers are investigating how dietary habits affect the incidence of acne in an online survey of 24,452 French people. Was carried out. Participants used a questionnaire to report 'acne and acne and past acne experience,' 'meal content,' 'history,' 'exercise,' 'lifestyle,' 'physical and mental health,' 'smoking status,' etc. ..
The average age of the participants was 57 years old, 75% or 18,327 people were women, and 46% of the total 11,324 people said that they had acne in the past or had acne now. .. When the research group analyzed the diet of people who answered that they had acne, it was found that three types of 'sugar drinks,' 'milk,' and 'foods high in fat and sugar' were associated with the occurrence of acne. It was
Considering that there were many female participants, the research group analyzed the results by considering the effect of hormonal balance, but nonetheless, those who ingest high amounts of sugar, fat, and milk have acne. The result that it was easy to do was unchanged.
John Barbieri, a dermatologist at the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, said of the results: ``We have found that milk intake increases levels of insulin and insulin-like growth factor 1 , which leads to keratinocytes. It is thought that lipogenesis is promoted in both the gland and sebaceous cells.Insulin-like growth factor 1 stimulates the synthesis of androgen , which is a sex hormone, and decreases the synthesis of sex hormone-binding globulin . also in milk itself contains bovine insulin-like growth factor 1 and androgens, this is and might have prompted the occurrence of acne, ' he said .
'The study suggests that Western diets rich in animal foods, fats, and sugars are associated with adult acne,' said Inverse, a science news site dedicated to the study. If you eat such a meal, inflammation, oxidative stress , and active oxygen called free radicals are generated in the body, which disturbs the balance of the body's antioxidant defense mechanism, which may cause acne.'' I pointed out.
Meanwhile, a study by Penso et al. also found that 'fruits, vegetables, and fish are likely to reduce adult acne.' That's why Inverse says, 'More research is needed to establish a diet to fight acne, but a hint is given: To avoid acne, avoid foods and milk that are high in fat and sugar. Actively eating fruits, vegetables and fish.” This may not be a silver bullet to eliminate acne in adults, but it will also help eliminate spots on the skin.”
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