Undoubtedly, the health of the skin is affected by the quality of the foods we eat, more specifically the skin of the face.
There are many theories that reveal the relationship between facial changes and skin aging associated with excessive intake of unhealthy foods.
There are experienced dermatologists and cosmetologists who can estimate to what extent a person eats healthy meals by examining skin.
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Facial Changes Caused by Eating Sugar
Expressive lines and wrinkles on the forehead, “bags” under the eyes, a glowing appearance of the face, single “painful” pimples on the forehead, thin and sparse eyebrows and a dull complexion devoid of freshness and shine
According to the ancient method of facial mapping, which is still used by dermatologists today, the digestive system is closely connected to the forehead, resulting in long lines, wrinkles and pimples on the forehead.
The excessive secretion of insulin caused by eating sugar can impair endocrine function, which, in one way or another, affects the density and growth of the eyebrows. Therefore, thinning of the eyebrows and the distance between them may occur in people who eat a lot of sugar.
Facial Changes Caused by Drinking Wine
Wrinkles and expression lines between the eyebrows, redness and severely dry skin, redness and flushing of the cheek and nose, and changes in the area around the eyes indicate excessive consumption of wine or alcoholic beverages.
Alcohol can completely dry out the skin.
According to the method of facial mapping, the area between the eyebrows is closely related to the state of the liver. When this area is noticeably red and wrinkled, it may indicate liver insufficiency. Redness on the face and nose can be a reflection of capillaries that have burst due to alcohol under the surface of the skin.
Facial Changes Caused by Eating Gluten
Swelling of the cheeks, dark spots or spots around the chin, and obvious "painful" blisters around the chin and below the jawbone.
In women who are sensitive to gluten, the immune system can affect the balance of reproductive function, which can lead to "hormonal" pimples, especially around the chin.
Facial Changes Caused by Eating Dairy Products
Swelling of the eyelids, dark circles under the eyes, small white dots on the chin can indicate an excessive intake of dairy products.
These symptoms may be more pronounced in people who are lactose intolerant.
The estrogen in milk can affect rapid cell turnover and the formation of new layers, which clog pores and lead to acne breakouts.