Acne is a common skin condition that causes discomfort, embarrassment and, in some cases, pain and irritation. There are many misconceptions surrounding the causes and prevention of acne, including how diet can affect the frequency and severity of acne breakouts. While acne has traditionally been a common complaint of adolescents and teenagers, many people struggle with the condition throughout their adult lives. Acne affects more than ninety percent of the world’s population. It is not limited by age, or race, or sex. Acne is the most common skin disorder treated by dermatologists, with most patients being teenagers and adults. Read more . . .
You know the drill: cut this, that, and the other really delicious thing out of your diet # all in the name of cutting cholesterol. Frustrating, isn’t it? Especially if you work full time, and are on the go constantly with family or volunteer obligations.
If you pack your own lunch, you may find that you often pick the wrong types of foods for your meals on the go. Late night or early morning lunch preparations are often conducted between yawns, and whatever is at hand that can be thrown in a brown bag will do! Read more . . .