Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 02, 2013
A recent article posted this July by physician contributors on foodconsumer.org depicted several studies pointing to the connection of processed foods, and the decreasing amounts of good intestinal flora. For those seeking to clear their acne using natural acne remedies, the connection between food, bacteria, and acne is a topic of concern. As the article describes, studies have shown that cultures found to be eating higher amounts of fruits and vegetables may help produce levels of microbiota that are found in healthier individuals, rather than those who follow a “western” diet. To help the public better understand the connection between food, bacteria and acne, Probiotic Action, best known for their topical probiotic shares industry insight on the relationship.
Bacteria harmony in the body system is important for optimal health. In the past few years, more attention has been given to the balance of good bacteria in the intestinal system, how certain foods affect the balance, and what kind of health conditions are associated. Probiotic Action, which primarily concerns itself with balancing the levels of good and bad bacteria on the skin, suggests that the food we eat, and internal bacteria levels we maintain also affect our skin condition.
“If our body levels of bacteria is not internally balanced, we cannot expect to have the same balance of good and bad bacteria on our skin,” says Probiotic Action spokesman, Fernando Perez. Perez suggests, as the above mentioned article states, that processed foods, as opposed to natural foods, may contain higher levels of sugars that promote the growth of “bad” bacteria, and increased body chemical levels.
“If you create a balance in
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