Revolutionary Brands Inc. Comments on Diets Impacting Acne

Revolutionary Brands Inc. weighs in on research which suggests that high-glycemic foods are a contributing factor for acne.

Revolutionary Brands Inc. (www.RevBrandsInc.com), a seller and distributor of unique products throughout North America, is commenting on research that suggests that eating the right diet can have a big effect on acne.

According to a recent study from the Baylor College of Medicine, certain foods can contribute to acne breakouts. Participants in the study were placed on a low-glycemic diet for a period of three months. After those three months, researchers found that the participants had enjoyed high reductions in the amount of acne. (Source: “High glycemic foods could contribute to acne,” WTHR web site, November 6, 2015; http://www.wthr.com/story/30455980/high-glycemic-foods-could-contribute-to-acne.)

“While people often attribute acne strictly to genetics, the truth is that a lot of lifestyle factors can play a big part in its development,” says Brett Lawson, Owner of Revolutionary Brands Inc. “For instance, diet is one factor that is often overlooked.”

Inflammation and acne severity was also lowered by low-glycemic foods. Researchers believe that the low-glycemic diets help acne by improving insulin sensitivity. Insulin is a hormone which can have an effect on other hormone levels in the body. The connection between acne and high- and low-glycemic foods is not surprising, as hormones play a big role in the development of acne and these foods can have an effect on hormone levels.

“It’s important for people who are suffering from acne to take a multifaceted approach,” Lawson explains. “There are many different things which can affect the hormone levels or the skin, so it’s important to address anything which can have an impact. An improved diet is important, but it may not be the only step a person will have to take.”

Along with an improved diet, reducing stress and using a daily skincare regimen can help reduce acne. Those suffering from acne should expect a combination of treatments to show the most improvement for the skin.

“Research has shown that certain skincare ingredients, such as salicylic acid, can reduce acne and inflammation. But while using acne skin creams is one of the most common methods for combating acne, it’s important to choose treatments with the science to back them up,” Lawson concludes. “A low-glycemic diet can certainly be given a shot, but a person needs to be cleansing their skin, getting eight hours of sleep, and using an acne cream as well.”

Revolutionary Brands, Inc.’s Nova C60 line of skincare products has been formulated to reduce acne and hydrate the skin. Nova C60’s Acne Cream Active with specialized salicylic acid, LipoFullerene, and panthenol inhibits sebum production and prevents inflammation in the skin. For more information, visit www.RevBrandsInc.com and www.NovaC60.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Brad Lawson
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Organization: Revolutionary Brands Inc
Phone: (905) 251-5450
Website: http://www.novac60.com/

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