Meanwhile, it has become a real trend to abstain from wheat or gluten at all. Does that make sense if you suffer from acne and skin breakouts?
I say it depends on how it’s done!
As a background, I have to start by saying the following:
Gluten is a constituent of wheat and other grains (spelt, rye) and is generally harder to digest. In addition, gluten is suspected to cause symptoms of intolerance for some people: skin problems, headache, indigestion, lack of energy, less ability to concentrate, mood swings. This has to be distinguished from celiac disease, where a lifelong gluten waiver is required.
Therefore, if you suspect that you may be suffering from a gluten intolerance, it makes sense to spare all cereals containing gluten for some time, and not only wheat. It is important not to switch to “fake” products, like processed foods (bread, pasta, dough mix, pizza dough etc.) which are sold as “gluten-free”. It is better to choose foods that naturally do not contain gluten.
And now this is the crucial clue: Often wheat or gluten are not the main problem, but the way we eat in general.
I’ll tell you more about that in my video and also have a matching story for this topic!
About the author:
Dr. Julia Laemmerhirt is a dermatologist and acne expert in Vienna, Austria. She supports people who want to holistically gain control of their skin complications and acne. Ayurveda - the traditional Indian practice of medicine - plays a decisive role for her because of its particular focus on one’s nutrition and lifestyle.
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