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When You Should Avoid The Ketogenic Diet: Keto Isn’t For Everyone


If You Suffer From Skin Problems

Some research has found that there is a positive relation between acne and the amount of meat in a person’s diet i.e. someone who eats more meat is more likely to have acne. Moreover, certain vitamins that are found in many fruits and vegetables and help skin stay healthy and prevent wrinkles such as Vitamins A, C, and E are limited in those on the Keto diet. These vitamins also help to protect the skin from harmful UV rays; therefore, it is important for those on the Keto diet to make sure to wear sunscreen. In particular, Vitamin C has been found to be crucial for the production of collagen and the restoration of new skin. Limiting the intake of fruits and vegetables is one way to decrease the amount of these essential vitamins that they are getting and may lead to skin issues like acne, wrinkles, and sunburn.