Acne, as you may know, affects more than ninety percent of the world’s population at some time in their life. It is in fact the most common skin disorder treated by dermatologist and most of its victims are teenagers and adults.
According to some scientific research, acne is caused by different factors like hormones, bacteria, and some genetic factors. Some even said that acne is caused by a poor diet, to which many did not agree.
Well, the acne and diet issue has been studied for several years. Although some dermatologist claimed that diet has nothing to do with the formation of acne, many still hold that acne and diet has a certain link. Acne and diet are somehow correlated as diet plays a role in the development of acne.
Here’s a common explanation that will show how acne and diet are connected.
Certain studies have found out that eating refined carbohydrates and sugar leads to a surge of insulin as well as an insulin-like growth factor known as IGF-1 in the body. If this forms, it then can lead to an excess of male hormones, androgens, which are deemed as the most potent cause of the acne formation.
The acne and diet connection maintains that if an excess of male hormones is produced, the pores of the skin will secrete sebum or oil, which is a greasy substance that generally pulls the attention of acne-causing bacteria.
In addition, this process triggers the IGF-1 to cause skin cells known as keratinocytes to duplicate and multiply, which in turn is a process related with the acne formation.
Furthermore, the link between acne and diet is shown with the results of certain studies conducted on the acne cases in islanders of Papua New Guinea and hunter-gatherers of Paraguay. According to this acne and diet connection study, the appearance of acne is triggered by some environmental factors to which diet is one.
Many have found out through such acne and diet study that limiting grains is an integral step toward optimizing your health, which led the researchers to think that no-grain diet is somehow beneficial for acne.
Today, the acne and diet link is one of the hottest issues in the medical field. Many have claimed that there is only little research regarding the connection between acne and diet for there is no money in it. Some even claimed that doctors and dermatologists only say that diet has nothing to do with acne since they can’t sell you a healthy diet.
Now, come to think of it, underneath it all, acne just like some diseases is caused by diet, but you can’t cure it by just focusing on the diet since some other aggravators are behind it.
TOTAL It Up! – Lancaster, PA – 06/25/17
Taste of Translation and Linguistics (TOTAL) is a five-day course designed to help you determine if Bible translation, linguistics, and cross-cultural ministry are right for you. The venue is on the beautiful campus of Lancaster Bible College just north of the city. Please arrive by 6 p.m. on Sunday night. We will end the course at 1 p.m. on Friday right after lunch is served. If you plan to fly or use other public transportation, please do not make any reservations until you contact the event coordinator to discuss possible options.We hope you can join us for this challenging, exciting, and rewarding experience! The course includes introductory sessions on phonetics, grammar, cultural learning, translation and language learning, with video and field reports from actual translation projects. We also offer special sessions on Ethnomusicology, Scripture Impact, Language Survey, Literacy and Computers in Translation! Community living offers you the opportunity to have prayer time and other chances to get to know staff and fellow students. We will also serve two authentic ethnic meals, including a "mumu" from Papua New Guinea and a typical meal from Peru. This event is recommended for those who are 18 or above. Minors may attend with a parent or legal guardian. General class sizes are 15–30 people. Housing and meals are provided. Cost is $325. Early registration of $275 by April 30th. TIU alumni are free, as long as they bring a friend (who pays full price) Contact the event coordinator for more details. Contact the event coordinator for special pricing for married couples. Discount for Perspectives Alums- if you have completed the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement course, Wycliffe is offering a $100 discount off of TOTAL It Up! tuition. Please contact the event coordinator for more details. Please contact the event coordinator at [email protected] if you have any questions. You may also contact her at [email protected] or reach her by phone at 717-806-8131. ***If someone will be attending with you, please be sure they register separately.