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Diet And Skin Conditions

Infographic Types of Food-Triggered Reactions such as Type I allergic reactions or delayed ecematous reactions triggered by nuts eggs milk wheat soy shellfish. Systemic contact dermatitis triggered by tomates, citrus, cinnamon
Infographic Eczema Foods that May Help including prebiotic foods (legumes, vegetables, fruits and whole grains), probiotic foods (yogurt, kefir, miso, kimchi and sauerkraut) and healthy fats such as salmon, avocados, nuts and seeds.
Infographic Diet and Acne Triggers to Avoid such as foods containing added sugars, high glycemic index, refined carbohydrates. Limit dairy and using protein supplements
InfographicFood triggers for rosacea includes hot coffe, hot tea, wine, beer, hard liquor, spices, cayenne, red pepper, cinnamon, tomatoes, citrus and chocolate
Infographic Diet for Acne Foods that may help such as foods rich in fiber (vegetables), antioxidants (fruits, vegetables, spices and tea), omega-3 (walnuts, flaxseeds, salmon) and zinc (kidney beans, spinach, shrimp, oysters and pumpkin seeds)
Infographic Diet for Psoriasis Facts and Myths having a whole foods diet (mediterranean diet, DASH diet), exercise plan and a gluten-free diet may improve skin symptoms of psoriasis

Skin and Diet: Background

Infographic Vegetables and their importance for healthy skin. Vegetables containing high levels of antioxidants, fiber and phytonutrients can helo promote radiant skin
Infographic Probiotics are good for the skin because they have anti-inflammatory effects, help our skin barrier and protect the lining of our gut
Infographic Glow Diet The Basics: Eat power (fruits, vegetables, spices and probiotic foods), Stop sugar spikes and stop skin sabotage by avoiding added sugars and deep fried foods
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Infographic Stop Sugar Spikes, eat the right carbs (whole grains, beans, lentils), fibers and balanced meals. Stop sugar bombs and refined carbs
Infographic Sugar forms "sticky" compounds called AGEs which cross-link collagen fibers causing sagging skin
Infographic Glow Diet eat power (antioxidants, power carbs, poer fats, hers/spices, prebiotics, probiotics), stop sugar spikes by eating the right carbs, half veggie plate and balanced meals and finally, stop skin sabotage

Elimination Diets 

Infographic Balsam of Peru Avoidance Diet. Stop tomatoes, citrus, cinnamon, vanilla, chocolate, tomato products, flavored beverages (colas, liquers, flavored teas)
Infographic about  Low Nickel Diet. Avoid whole wheat and multi-grain bread, beans, lentils, peas, soy beans, kale, lettuce, spinach, figs, pineapples, plums, raspeberries, canned fruits, chocolate, cocoa powder, all nuts, all seeds, black tea
Infographic about Avoidance of Propylene Glycol. Foods that may contain propylene glycol: sauces (mustard), salad dressings (ranch, french, italian), snack foods (french fried onions, potato sticks), desserts and snowcone mixes.

Skin triggers

Summary of Skin Conditions and Food Trig
Summary of Skin Conditions and Food Trig
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