Supposedly Healthy Foods That Can Cause Your Face To Breakout: #5

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Wednesday, March 8, 2017

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In the final post in this series, we will discuss how smoothies can actually lead to your skin breaking out. You’ve heard it all your life, “You are what you eat”. Clear beautiful skin is the goal of many and what you eat has a major impact on your skin. There are some foods out there though that have been labeled as “healthy” but they can have a significant negative impact on your skin, causing you to breakout.  Fruit Smoothies is one of these supposedly “healthy” foods that can cause damage to your skin.

5. Fruit smoothies
Sure, they offer nutrients, but that’s where the good stuff ends. Whether you buy it freshly squeezed, prepackaged, or from a chain-juicing vendor, smoothies provide a sugar overload that rivals a milkshake. Much of it comes from fructose, the dominant sugar in fruit. One study with two groups of rats fed high-fructose diets suffered increased glycation, AGEs, peroxidation, and other skin damage. (The antioxidant alpha-lipoic acid reduced that damage.)

Easy swap: Make your own juice using mostly leafy and cruciferous greens, which you can flavor up with a little lemon or frozen raspberries. Try any of these refreshing green smoothies that’ll give you stronger and healthier skin, hair, and nails. 

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SRC: Prevention: 5 Healthy Foods Making Your Skin Break Out

 

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