Acne diet: The 3 foods to avoid for clear skin

According to Harriet, if you want to reduce or eliminate acne, you should try following a Mediterranean-style diet.

The Dietitian said: “A Mediterranean-style diet contains fruits and vegetables, legumes, whole grains, heart-healthy fats such as olive oil, nuts and seeds and lean protein reduces your risk of acne.”

Make sure you’re getting enough vitamin A (dairy products, eggs, liver, oily fish, and yellow, red, and leafy green vegetables) because vitamin A helps your body to produce new skin cells, which prevents dead skin from clogging pores.

Vitamin C is an antioxidant found in fruits and vegetables like oranges, strawberries, peppers, broccoli, and potatoes, and studies have shown that its antioxidant properties can help protect the skin from UV light damage.

Vitamin C also plays a crucial role in maintaining healthy skin by helping the body produce collagen.

Try Botanycl’s Natural Vitamin C (£17.95) or the brand’s SkinClear Elixir (£24.95) to get everything you need in one supplement. 


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