2003
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.139.7.940-b
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The Unwelcome Return of the Acne Diet

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“…Not only do these isolated subcultures have similar diets, they also share similar genetic composition and environmental factors. 42,43 The findings of Cordain et al 37 may have been bolstered if the acne-free subjects were given diets rich in high-glycemic foods with subsequent development of acne. 42 Recent noteworthy advances have been made in our understanding of the complex interrelationships among hyperandrogenism, hyperinsulinemia, and acne.…”
Section: More Modern Studies Revisit the Link Between Acne And Diet: mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Not only do these isolated subcultures have similar diets, they also share similar genetic composition and environmental factors. 42,43 The findings of Cordain et al 37 may have been bolstered if the acne-free subjects were given diets rich in high-glycemic foods with subsequent development of acne. 42 Recent noteworthy advances have been made in our understanding of the complex interrelationships among hyperandrogenism, hyperinsulinemia, and acne.…”
Section: More Modern Studies Revisit the Link Between Acne And Diet: mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The conflict between the results of clinical studies and the personal testimony of patients and clinicians warrants scrutiny. Recent studies have reported intriguing results, which suggest that diet‐induced hyperinsulinaemia 8 and the intake of whole and skimmed milk 9 were associated with an increased likelihood of acne, but these study results have since been thrown into doubt after commentary and review by other authors 10,11 …”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 96%
“…Recent studies have reported intriguing results, which suggest that diet-induced hyperinsulinaemia 8 and the intake of whole and skimmed milk 9 were associated with an increased likelihood of acne, but these study results have since been thrown into doubt after commentary and review by other authors. 10,11 The assumed homogeneity of patients with acne could have confused the picture, similar to that for chronic hepatitis B infection. Previously, patients with hepatitis B were termed virus 'carriers', but this notation may be inferred as meaning that all carriers are homogenous, but making this assumption means that the question of the best management for hepatitis B virus carriers is simply unanswerable.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%