2002
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.138.12.1591
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Diet and Acne Revisited

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“…An association between diet and acne has long been postulated, but studies that have examined the impact of diet on acne have produced controversial results. Some have indicated that diets high in carbohydrates and fat worsen acne, while others did not detect this relationship (9). Hyperinsulinemic diets were also thought to be an environmental factor in the development of acne since they influence follicular epithelial growth, keratinization and androgen-mediated sebum secretion (10).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An association between diet and acne has long been postulated, but studies that have examined the impact of diet on acne have produced controversial results. Some have indicated that diets high in carbohydrates and fat worsen acne, while others did not detect this relationship (9). Hyperinsulinemic diets were also thought to be an environmental factor in the development of acne since they influence follicular epithelial growth, keratinization and androgen-mediated sebum secretion (10).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Sosyoekonomik faktörlerin etkisi, iyi beslenme ve genel sağlık düzeyinin iyileşmesi yoluyla puberte başlangıç yaşının düşmesiyle açıklanabilir. Ayrıca son zamanlarda iyi beslenme ve yüksek glisemik indeksli besinlerin akne patogenezinde etkili olduğunu gösteren yayınlar mevcuttur [25][26][27] . İklim akne prevalansını etkileyen bir çevresel faktör olarak dikkat çekmektedir.…”
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“…The observations were made during the analysis of relationships between migratory movements and the onset of occurrence of acne lesions. Such a situation was observed among Irish women who emigrated from rural areas to New England and in Eskimos [12,13]. Also observations made in Kenya, Zambia and among Bantu tribes in Southern Africa revealed that the residents significantly less often suffer from acne in comparison to their compatriots who emigrated to the United States [6].…”
Section: Diet and Acnementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Such an assumption is not supported by Thiboutot, who warns against relating aggravation of acne mainly to products with a high glycaemic index, resulting in hyperinsulinaemia, which is characteristic of the Western-type diet, because it would suggest that the dermatosis is more prevalent in obese people and diabetics, while such a relationship is not observed. Thus he proposes bearing in mind the still very significant role of genetic factors in the development of acne [12]. Despite this, many scientists speculate that it is actually the Western-type diet that is responsible for the development of acne.…”
Section: Diet and Acnementioning
confidence: 99%
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