5. Whole Wheat Bread

Whole Wheat Bread

You’re eating your whole wheat sandwiches and really feeling healthy, right?

Or maybe you’re even eating the super-healthy sprouted grain bread to take things up a notch, but that pesky acne just won’t go away.

Well, no matter how healthy whole wheat breads and whole grain sprouted breads are, they are still a source of gluten.

Gluten is the protein developed in wheat, barley and rye, along with standard oats that aren’t certified gluten-free, and gluten can cause serious issues if you’re sensitive to it.

Gluten’s problem has to do with its effect on our guts, which cause acne flare-ups.

What most people don’t know is that all acne is a sign of gut-inflammation.

When toxins can’t be excreted through the intestines, or too much of one type of nutrient is eaten and can’t be absorbed into the intestines, it enters our bloodstream and tries to finds its way out of the body, which ends up being through the skin.

Gluten actually tears teeny, tiny holes in the intestines slowly over time, and even if you’re aren’t allergic, it can still cause skin issues and poor digestion.

It can also cause stomach pain or bloating, which are both signs of an intolerance as well.

If you eat wheat without any skin issues, then it probably isn’t bothering you, but if you notice breakouts, consider taking a break and getting rid of the gluten.

Try switching to a gluten-free bread or gluten-free sprouted bread instead.

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