Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 05, 2013
Scientists have long battled with whether or not acne is related to diet. Jennifer Burris, a Nutrition Researcher of New York University explains that carb loaded foods are known to increase a consumer’s glycemic index. Increased levels in insulin and other hormones associated with a raised glycemic index has been known to contribute to acne, along with many other varying factors.
“Carbs” are defined by Burris in NPR's article as: white bread, pasta, crackers and white rice, sugary foods, soda, juice and candy. The article goes on to include that the topic of sweets and breakouts has been deliberated over since the Journal of the American Medical Association’s research in 1969 originally debunked the connection between sweets and your skin- yet researchers are still not convinced.
Fernando Perez, a spokesperson for Probiotic Action Acne Cream explains that “The glycemic index is a system of measuring how blood sugar rises after eating a specific amount of carbohydrates, while unbalanced chemicals in the body may contribute to acne, many are unaware that a major contributor to the skin condition,has been and is still, bad bacteria.”
Perez Suggests that eating a diet that helps to maintain chemical balance will ultimately keep the body healthier, and agrees with the article in that staying away from sugary foods and eating excess carbs, coupled with the best acne treatment, or acne cream may lead to a cleaner complexion as the article suggests.
Probiotic Action is an advanced acne treatment that uses a topical probiotic containing the “good bacteria” that is naturally found on healthy human skin. By using probiotics, Probiotic Action is an effective treatment that restores the normal bacteria content on skin. Probiotic Action will successfully clear skin while protecting skin against bad bacteria, free radicals, and pollutants.
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