Acne Outbreak: Who's to Blame?

By: Amanda F. Penninger


Have you ever met someone who welcomed acne? This undesirable condition often brings about negative thinking, whether it's conscious or not. When we see someone with severe acne, or even a mild outbreak, what do we think of them? Do we assume that it's a poor diet, lack of hygiene, or a low self esteem?
There are many suspected causes of acne, but no definitive answer to the treatment. If we had the answers we could find a workable solution. It used to be that acne was a sign of the hormonal changes that come about during the teen years, but this is no longer the case. Far more adults carry on the signs of acne.
Does diet influence acne? Many believe diet is the primary consideration to health, both internally and externally. Chocolate has been blamed for outbreaks, but in recent years this theory has been proven to be incorrect. Others blame it on fat intake, processed foods, additives and preservatives, and the highly refined foods like sugar.
Can acne be the result of bacteria, virus or other foreign matter in our system? Is it an outward expression of the internal state-of-health? If acne is caused by a toxic internal environment, then how do we treat it? Sounds like a dietary and maybe even environmental change is in order. If it is caused by a parasite, like bacteria or virus, then how do we make ourselves stronger, and end the influence of these microscopic invaders?
We all must agree that a healthy diet is important. When the body is weakened it's not as capable to take care of itself like it is naturally designed to do. Giving the body tools for healthier living can create that stepping stone into better health and more functional living.
What are some of the tools we can use to improve our health and wellness? There are many, and like any other areas of life there are some that work better than others. Clean water is one tool. Eating whole foods with minimal processing is another. Giving our body a good detox protocol is another great tool to help the body grow stronger.
One simple tool to healthier living is MMS. This liquid is used to purify water as well as clean vegetables and fruits prior to eating or cooking. Some use MMS as a spray, it makes a great insect repellent that does not harm healthy tissue. Others use it as a part of their detoxification process. MMS works in a very simple way - it takes the energy from those substances that live in a low-oxygen or anaerobic environment, like bacteria, fungus, and viruses. Stripped of their life giving essence those harmful substances can no longer thrive. Hence, the body gets a chance to heal itself.
Acne does not have to be the battle of a lifetime. We can fight back, and by recognizing the underlying causes we can also find the steps to take within our own lives to end our association with the blemishes that affect our outlook and our appearance.

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Amanda F. Penninger is a healthy skin advocate with natural treatment for acne and other skin disorders. Her own experience as well as her clients show positive results with MMS for healthy skin.

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