The characteristics of junk food are the best settings for triggering the production of acne.
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Toronto, ON (PRWEB) December 03, 2012
Bel Marra Health, well known for offering high-quality, specially formulated vitamins and nutritional supplements, supports a recent medical report showing how the characteristics of junk food are the best settings for triggering the production of acne.
According to a recent medical report, eating junk food and other fast food items in regular diets may also be responsible in the development of one of the most common problems that affect teenagers— and even adults. German dermatologist Dr. Bodo Melnik has presented information in his report that the characteristics of junk food are the best settings for triggering the production of acne.
Dr. Melnik explained that acne, although considered as a simple skin disorder, has currently transformed into an epidemic affecting not only teenagers, but also adults. His report presents the mechanism of acne development, in which the consumption of fast food items in regular diets induces skin-specific enzymes to become hyperactive, resulting in acne and other skin disorders. He also identified that the Western diets are the main culprit of the acne epidemic, which are generally rich is calories, fats, and meat.
The report presents the results of a comparative study involving diets from both Western and Eastern regions of the world. Unique to most Eastern diets are vegetables, fruits, and grains. Surveys of acne incidence in Eastern countries are lower and further interviewing study participants showed that their diets were far from the sugar- and fat-rich food items consumed in the Western world.
However, Eastern citizens who chose to deviate from their traditional diets and adapted Western meals eventually developed acne and other skin disorders. The report has identified specific food items that are associated with acne development, including carbonated drinks, instant noodles, snacks, and instant breakfast drinks. It appears that components of these food items send signals in the body to activate enzymes in the skin, resulting in acne development and other skin imperfections.
This timely report presents findings on how food choices for our daily diets may influence not only the chances of developing severe medical disorders such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease, but also the most simple and common health conditions, such as acne. It appears that the quality of food consumed on a regular basis can activate specific proteins and enzymes in the body, thus allowing or preventing certain biological processes. Fruits and vegetables are also rich in antioxidants, which are chemicals that possess the ability to combat harmful molecules that may be present in tissues and cells of the body.
Spokesperson for Bel Marra Health Dr. Alwyn Wong says, “We live in a world that is filled with lots of activity at work, school, and home. Buying prepared food items from restaurants and drive-thru facilities may help us save time in preparing meals; however, it is also important to consider that these food items may also influence the risk of producing a wide range of medical conditions.”
(SOURCE: “Dermatoendocrinol”, Dietary intervention in acne, Jan 1, 2012)
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