11 Seemingly Healthy Foods That Can Cause Acne and Bad Skin ...

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If youโ€™re into health food like me, chances are you like to eat foods that can enhance the skin, but what you may not know is that many health foods that are good for you are actually foods that cause acne as well.2

I know, I know;

can we ever truly eat the right thing without someone finding something wrong with it?

I completely understand how dreadfully exhausting it can be to try to eat the right thing.

During my journey to healthy eating, I also learned how foods can affect my skin, and how even healthy foods that cause acne could be preventing me from looking and feeling my best.

It doesnโ€™t mean you shouldnโ€™t eat these foods ever again.

In fact, the opposite is true;

you should eat them, however they should be part of a well balanced diet, and not eaten in excess.

The following foods that cause acne are rich in certain minerals and nutrients that, eaten too frequently, can cause flare-ups in the skin.

Read on to find out what foods may be giving you those pimples that just wonโ€™t seem to go away no matter what.

1. Salsa

Salsa

Salsa is one of my absolute favorite foods, but also one of the top foods that cause acne.

Salsa contains so many healthy ingredients, and is virtually a calorie-free condiment in my book, with only 20 calories per serving.

It is a good source of fiber due to the abundance of veggies it contains and it tastes incredible!

Yet, salsa is also acidic, since it contains tomatoes and vinegar, two ingredients that tend to break skin out if eaten regularly, or in large quantities.

Tomatoes are one of my favorite foods and I do love to eat them, however if I eat them several days in a row, or eat salsa several days in a row, I will break out like a teenager going through puberty.

Enjoy salsa once or twice a week, but if youโ€™re prone to breakouts or suffering from acne now, then be sure to watch your intake and see if it improves.2

You can also sub in hummus as another low calorie dip and spread, which contains nutrients that actually fight acne, such as healthy B vitamins and selenium found in chickpeas.

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