* Whole grains and sugars
Foods that contain a high percentage of refined carbohydrates (whole grains and sugars), affect blood sugar and insulin levels. Experts say there is a close relationship between excess levels of insulin and acne.
* Dairy products
Those who drink milk or eat ice cream regularly are four times more likely to develop acne, compared to those who eat less.
* Fast food
Burgers, fried potatoes, soda and yogurt, increase the risk of the appearance of acne dramatically.
* Foods rich in "Omega 6"
Foods that contain a large proportion of corn and soybean oils, which are rich in omega-6 fats, push the body into inflammatory inflammatory state, which speeds up the appearance of "acne." While omega-3 foods, such as fish, reduce inflammation levels.
A recent study has shown that males who consume 25 grams of dark chocolate a day are more susceptible to skin disease.
* Protein powder
Whey Protein is a popular dietary supplement rich in amino acids that speeds the growth of skin cells and makes them more divided, leading to acne.