People's Diets May Impact Your Skin Health

Dermatologist Dr. Whitney Bowe shares some new findings about diets that may affect one's skin.
2:10 | 04/10/16

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♪ Did it ever cross your mind that the skim milk in your morning coffee could be causing you to break out? Never crossed my mind. Apparently, it's true. With us this morning, Dr. Whitney Bowe. New findings on how your diet could affect your skin. Good morning. Good morning. No skim milk? People that drink dairy milk are more likely to struggle with breakouts and acne. It has to do with the hormones in milk and the pro teens. Skim milk has the strongest association with acne. So many patients cut calories with it. But they're triggering inflammations. You mentioned whey proteins. It's in a lot of the protein bars. Whey triggers it. Body builders and aet leets are much more likely to break out on the face, ches, and back. What should we do instead of whey or skim milk? Almond milk or coconut milk. Instead of whey, a pea protein, a rice pro ten. I hesitate to ask. I've been told to ask about carbs. No one likes to know this. If you want clear skin, refined carbs are the worst thing you can do. They increase insulin-like growth factor one. If you're craving carbs, go with a complex carb. You to never have bread or pasta? I do. I try to inkocorporate it with healthy fats and things that will slow the absorption of them. Thank you for coming. No frempk toast today. Coming up, it's "Pop news." We have a hockey playing

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