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Foods to avoid if your skin is oily
Oily skin is a problem, often headed down through generations within your family. While dietary changes are known to cure oily skins or its complications. Avoiding certain foods may also help in improving your complications to a great extent.

Fatty meats- Fatty meats such as beef, lamb and sausage contain rich amount of saturated fat linked with obesity, heart disease and inflammation. It is the preparation that effects your health more than the meat. So try baking, boiling and poaching.

Dairy products- Although the effects of dairy products on oily skin are perhaps not as impactful, but still they can accelerate your aging process. So find your calcium in other products such as green leafy vegetables and dough food.

Added sugars- limit your consumption of soft drinks, jam , jelly, pan cake syrups, frozen desserts and commercially sold cakes and pastries. They contain added sugars such as corn syrup, honey and plain sugar with high glycemic index which can increase your blood sugar levels, which leads to increased oil production.

Salty snacks- A diet high in sodium damages health by increasing inflammation. Salty snack food such as potato chips and french fries often contains inflammatory trans-fats.

Enriched flour- It ois derived out of its nutrients and fiber content, as a result enriched breads, cereals, pasta and baked foods digest inefficientls, and have higher effect on your blood sugar and contributes in increased oil production.

So, start avoiding these foods and improve in your complexion to a great extent.

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