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Does eating healthy food prevent pimples?

Hae does hazlanut cause pimples nd I jst started eating healthy foods for my diet for body building nd my face nd I also only drink water or green tea nd usually eat apples whn I get hugry but go lunch and dinner I go wth lol bit of meet nd lots of salad wth it ,is this a good way to be healthy sir nd to prevent pimples Thanx ,hope to hear from you soon Thanx ,
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Acne is a disorder mainly affecting adolescent age group.
Many factors are responsible for it.
Androgen in is main factor.
Foods have no such direct relationship.
No specific food item is there which can prevent acne and none to cause it.
Though there is various myths about it.
But one thing is that healthy skin is related to food intake.
Many vitamins, antioxidants are responsible for good skin.
It’s good that you have healthy food habit & you take good amount of water.
You can take meat no problem.
Don’t get confused.
Good luck.
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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