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The 5 Worst Foods for Your Skin

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The 5 WORST Foods for Your Skin

Recent studies have shown that various foods which no doubt essential to keep a healthy life style, are no good for skin. Human skin has small tiny tissues which are very sensitive and prone to get different issues from eating and drinking various eatables.

“Healthy' food that is marketed as low-fat and comes in a box (e.g. Lean Cuisine), is actually packed with sodium and should be avoided," says top cosmetic physician Dr. Mitch Chasin, founder and medical director of Reflections Center for Skin and Body in New Jersey.

Moreover, our experts and dietitians have prepared a worthwhile list tell to you more about worst foods for skin if you want your exterior to surely spark and sparkle.


Experts suggest that you should always pay through responsiveness to food labels as it will give you better idea that how plentiful sugar is in certain product.

Redness and inflammation will continue and be constant factors if sugar isn't removed from the diet.


Research linking the eating of dairy products suggest as dairy products should not be taken if you suffer from acne or pimples. This research was done by Alan Dattner, MD, a holistic dermatologist who is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD).

Cystic breakouts, in other words, pimples come out when you intake too much dairy products. However, by carefully using milk, butter and eggs etc. could greatly help to get fair smooth skin.

Processed Foods: 

Food made with different flavoring, seasonings, additives and preservatives is called processed food. It includes white bread, chips, french fries, soda, and candy etc. Basically these foods effect on your blood sugar levels and stimulate hormones to towards unnecessary oil production which ultimately block pores bringing wrinkles on the skin.


Drinks that contains caffeine dehydrates you. This dehydration process bring bad effects on your skins. It reduces skin’s elasticity and collagen making skin additional prone to bending and fine lines.


Shrimp, crab, and lobster are superfluous with saltish iodine. And that iodine often leads to clogged pores and pimple.

"Foods that are high in salt are very bad for the skin, because salt can cause us to retain water, which results in swelling," says Dr. Chasin. This usually affects the skin around the eyes, giving us a puffy look. Salt can also lead to high blood pressure, which affects collagen.

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