5 Popular Foods That Are Bad for Your Skin | Awayion Beauty

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You understand that indulging in a nourishing meal is the ultimate secret to radiance. Ladies, embark on a beauty journey that tantalizes your senses with the vibrant hues of fresh fruits and vegetables. Hear the satisfying crunch as you bite into a crisp salad, and inhale the invigorating aroma of a steaming plate of wholesome grains. Feel the nourishment as it spreads through your body, enhancing your natural beauty from within. Sounds great, eh?

But what if you don’t know what foods are secretly damaging your skin?

Explore 5 widely consumed foods that can have detrimental effects on your exquisite and radiant skin in this post. Because every girl deserves beautiful skin.

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TL:DR A quick post glance:

  1. Dairy Products
  2. Cereals
  3. Processed Meats
  4. Sushi
  5. Refined Foods

Sound cool? Okay, ladies, let’s start.

1. Dairy Products


To begin with, the sight of dairy products often makes people’s mouths water with anticipation. However, indulging in these delightful treats can wreak havoc on one’s face. Our skin may have eczema eruptions if we consume dairy products. Those of us with dairy allergies may experience an unpleasant sight of acne breakouts and dark circles under our eyes. Circles caused by lack of sleep or allergies, not the wicked acts committed against children.

That being said, the research conducted by nutrition experts Rory Freedman and Kim Barnouin has uncovered an alarming fact about non-organic and organic milk. Astonishingly, there may be traces of rocket fuel present in these milk variants. Ammonium Perchlorate, a component found in rocket fuel, has been lingering in our environment for decades. It finds its way into the water used to cultivate feed crops. Unfortunately, some of our beloved cows unknowingly consume these contaminated crops.

As a result, it is worth investigating the effects of rocket fuel on our skin in any dosage. This research promises to be both enlightening and eye-opening.

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2. Cereals

skinCereals are a common sight in college dorm rooms, their colorful boxes lining the shelves. However, the sugary cereals, lacking the non-GMO label, possess the potential to wreak havoc on your skin. Excessive sugar consumption disrupts the body’s delicate balance, leaving it in an acidic state. This acidic environment gives rise to various skin issues and, in severe cases, thyroid complications. Ladies, imagine the sensation of shaving your delicate, pretty face, only to find it rough like a man’s.

According to wellness researchers, starting your day with a bowl of sugary cereal can set the stage for making unhealthy food choices all day long. The tantalizing crunch of the cereal, accompanied by the sweet aroma that fills the air, can be hard to resist. However, indulging in excessive sugar intake not only affects your diet but also speeds up the aging process, causing your skin to lose its youthful glow.

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3. Processed Meats


Processed meats, with their savory aroma and juicy texture, are a favorite among lunch enthusiasts. However, indulging in this lunchtime delight may not be favorable for maintaining beautiful skin.

Wellness researchers have discovered that processed meats are severely lacking in fiber, an essential component of proper digestion. The absence of fiber hinders the body’s ability to eliminate waste efficiently. As a result, the skin becomes a canvas for unsightly acne breakouts and irritating rashes.

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4. Sushi

skinSushi, the internationally acclaimed Asian delicacy, tantalizes taste buds with its scrumptious flavors. However, indulging in this beloved cuisine may inadvertently jeopardize the radiance of your youthful visage.

According to researchers, this renowned gastronomic delight is responsible for unwelcome acne outbreaks and premature aging. The culprit behind this unfortunate consequence lies in its high salt content. Overindulgence in sushi can leave your complexion lackluster and your appearance bloated, robbing you of your natural beauty.

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5. Refined Foods


In the vibrant snack aisle of your local grocer, an array of refined foods beckons with their enticing colors and alluring packaging. However, hidden beneath their addictive allure lies a potential detriment to your skin’s health.

Wellness researchers caution that these genetically modified (GMO) delights are not as innocent as they may seem. Laden with excessive amounts of sugar and laced with harmful chemicals, these processed treats have the power to wreak havoc on your skin. Imagine the discomfort of dry, parched skin, the unwelcome sensation of premature aging creeping upon your face.

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Major Takeaways

You now know 5 widely consumed foods that can have detrimental effects on your exquisite and radiant skin.

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Freedman, Rory, and Kim Barnouin. Skinny...: A No-nonsense, Tough-love Guide for Savvy Girls Who Want to Stop Eating Crap and Start Looking Fabulous! Philadelphia, PA: Running, 2005. Print

YouTube. (2018). 7 Foods That Can Be Dangerous for Your Skin. [online] Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3A0a5F3LXs [Accessed 3 Apr. 2018].