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Effective Acne Treatment You Never Hear About

Jun 11, 2008
You have been lied to. You have probably been told that the only effective way to get rid of acne is through using harsh prescription drugs. But that is simply not true. If you have wondered about why the medical establishment have not been telling you about safe and effective natural acne treatments that exists, this will be an interesting read.

It's no secret that the Food and Drug Administration and big pharmaceutical companies have cooperated to ban safe natural alternatives treatments so that greedy executives can gain more profit. And treating acne is not an exception.

To give giant pharmaceutical corporations more control over your health, you haven't been told the entire truth. Now before you dismiss this as just some wild conspiracy, let's look into one example.

One of the most celebrated depression treatments of our time is Prozac. It utilizes the serotonin (the happy brain chemical) available in your body to make you feel happy or at the very least, less depressed. It was praised in Newsweek as 'A Breakthrough drug for Depression' and everybody was happy.

The downside is that some of the side effects are quite disturbing. They include anxiety, agitation, panic attacks, insomnia, irritability, hostility, aggressiveness, hypomania, reproductive, and developmental toxicity. Far from being the 'breakthrough' drug for depression, don't you agree?

Interestingly, at about the same time, numerous studies have proven that the natural amino acid called L-tryptophan is just as effective (or even better) than Prozac for depression patients. The side effect? There are none.

Why didn't it appear on the front cover of Newsweek? Or more importantly, why did the FDA ban the amino acid during the time when Prozac was being heavily promoted by the pharmaceutical company?

But here's the point: the drugs prescribed by your doctor or dermatologist to treat acne may not be the best or even the most effective compared to lesser known anti-acne nutrients clinical shown to get rid of acne. Doctors and dermatologists make more money selling these drugs than recommending natural alternatives, so it's only natural for them to be ignorant of the major nutritional influences on acne.

As a Rutgers Law Journal article pointed out: 'Political pressures have played a role in the FDA's decision to ban L-tryptophan as well as its desire to increase its regulatory power over dietary supplements.'

If these 'regulatory powers' are willing to ban the safe natural alternative (Tryptophan) in favor of it's synthetic drug (Prozac) - is there a possibility that there are safer natural acne treatments other than the health destroying antibiotics or Accutane?

The good news is that effective natural acne treatments really do exist. There are new studies suggesting that certain natural nutrients are as effective as drugs in getting rid of acne.

Some of these ingredients include, vitamin A, selenium, chromium, green tea, fish oils, and probiotics. Each nutrient has different roles in preventing acne. Some help by stabilizing your hormones, some makes your body adapt to stress, and some give you more anti-oxidant protection.

When there are safe natural alternatives out there, you need to think twice before taking another poisonous prescription drug with horrible side-effects that will ruin your health in the long run.

Do your research on the top anti-acne nutrients and eat more of them. Not only will you make your body much healthier, but you will also enjoy the long-lasting "side-effect" of naturally clear skin.

You have been lied to. You have probably been told that the only effective way to get rid of acne is through using harsh prescription drugs. But that is simply not true. If you have wondered about why the medical establishment have not been telling you about safe and effective natural acne treatments that exists, this will be an interesting read.

To give giant pharmaceutical corporations more control over your health, you haven't been told the entire truth.

There is some suggestion that the Food and Drug Administration and big pharmaceutical companies have long cooperated to ban safe natural alternatives treatments in order for executives to gain more profit. And treating acne is no exception.

Now before you dismiss this as just some wild conspiracy, please keep an open mind because this may very well be your answer to your acne problems. Let us look into one example, and I will do my best to make my point crystal clear.

One of the most overrated depression treatments of our time is Prozac. It utilizes the serotonin (a brain chemical) in your body to improve your overall mood. It was praised in magazines and newspapers as 'A Breakthrough drug for Depression' and everyone believed it.

But what they did not tell you were some of the disturbing side effects. These side-effects include anxiety, agitation, panic attacks, insomnia, irritability, hostility, aggressiveness, hypomania, reproductive, and developmental toxicity.

Breakthrough drug? Considering all the side-effects, I think not!

Now here is the interesting part. At about the same time, countless studies have also proven that the natural amino acid called L-tryptophan is just as effective than Prozac for depression patients without any side-effects.

Why didn't it appear on the front cover of magazines or newspapers? Or more importantly, why did the FDA ban the natural amino acid during the time when Prozac was being heavily promoted by the pharmaceutical company? Of course that this is bad for depressed people, but what does this all have to do with acne?

Here's the point: the drugs prescribed by your dermatologist or doctor to treat acne may not be the best or even the most effective compared to clinically proven natural anti-acne nutrients. Doctors and dermatologists make more money and benefits from the pharmaceutical companies if they sell these drugs, so it is only natural for them to be ignorant of the major nutritional influences on acne.

According to Rutgers Law Journal: "Political pressures have played a role in the FDA's decision to ban L-tryptophan as well as its desire to increase its regulatory power over dietary supplements."

To be fair, the ban on L-tryptophan is lifted and you can get this supplement without being arrested. But if these regulatory powers are willing to restrict the safe natural alternative (Tryptophan) in favor of the synthetic drug (Prozac) there may be a possibility that there are safer natural acne treatments other than the health destroying antibiotics and prescription drugs.

The good news is that effective natural acne treatments really do exist. There are new studies suggesting that certain natural nutrients are as effective as drugs in getting rid of acne.

Some of these ingredients include selenium, chromium, vitamin A, green tea, fish oils, and microflora. Each nutrient has differing roles in stopping acne. Some help by stabilizing your hormones, some helps your body adapt to stress, and some give you anti-oxidant and nutritional protection.

When there are safe natural alternatives out there, you need to think twice before taking another poisonous prescription drug with horrible side-effects that will ruin your health in the long run. It may be hard to believe when all you have heard about how to get rid of acne may be completely different.

But if you consistently add more anti-acne nutrients to your diet and avoid certain acne causing foods, you fight off acne at the main core. Do some research on the top anti-acne nutrients and eat more of them. Not only will you make your body much healthier, but you will also enjoy the long-lasting "side-effect" of naturally clear skin.
About the Author
Brad Thomas was a former acne sufferer until he found out how to clear his skin through diet and supplements only. Visit Brad's website at: http://www.clearskinsecret.com and find out how four acne pills developed by nineteen world-class scientists solved his acne problems permanently.
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