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What Causes Acne? The Truth Finally Revealed!

What if I told you I knew the actual cause of your acne?

Would you jump up in your seat and exclaim, “Yes! This guy can really help me!”

Or maybe you’d think, “If anyone knew what actually caused acne, then there would be a widespread cure.”

Let’s try.

Me: “I undoubtedly know what has caused your acne – and because of this, I know how you can cure it – without fail.”

Whatever your reaction might be, it does not deny the fact that I am right.

And don’t just take my word for it.

Clear your head for one second and take a look to the right of this page to see just some case studies of people just like you.

These are real people, all who achieved beautiful skin by

  1. Understanding the true cause of acne
  2. Taking the proper steps to stop the cause.

It’s really that simple.

So are you ready to know, really, what causes acne?

The actual cause of your acne is poor nutrition and an accumulation of toxins in your body.

These both stem from your dietary habits.

In laymen terms, the food you are eating is what is causing your acne!

I’m not the only one to know this. The people who have cured their acne by making the correct dietary changes know’ this.

Many nutritionists, naturpaths, and even doctors understand and agree with this concept as well.

Loren Cordain, Ph.D, wrote an entire book about the undeniable link between diet and acne.

Yes, for every Dermatologist who would prescribe you drugs and harsh topicals, there is a Nutritionist who would tell you to avoid drugs and eat the right foods.

The fact is, prescription drugs and skin care products earn profits where food cannot. This is why you hear that side of the story so much more often.

“What May First Seem as a Cause of Acne is Actually Just A Symptom.”

Some may say it is an imbalance of hormones that is causing acne.

Would it not make sense that if you were eating unhealthy, your endocrine system could malfunction causing this imbalance of hormones to occur in the first place?

An “imbalance of hormones” is actually just a symptom of the true cause.

Others may disagree with the diet and acne connection and say it is too much bacteria on your skin that is causing acne.

But what if you were eating foods that caused too much bacteria in your digestive system. Wouldn’t this eventually show up on your skin?

Again, superfluous bacteria is just a symptom of the true cause.

To better help you understand this concept, view with this diagram below labeled “The Ladder of Causes.”

The fact is, if you spend your time on battling just one of these components (other then Poor Dietary Habits) – you will not see a complete remission in your acne. Maybe you’ve tried:

  • Antibiotics to treat bacteria overgrowth. (These are toxic and cause a weak immune system!)
  • Probiotics to help with poor digestion.
  • Birth Control Pills to treat an imbalance of hormones. (Careful, these are toxic!)
  • Accutane to treat superfluous sebum production. (This is extremely toxic and causes a weak immune system and very pronounced poor healing!)
  • Benzoyl Peroxide to treat superflous bacteria on your skin. (This is damaging to your skin and causes poor healing!)

Now Knowing The “True Cause” of Acne – What Dietary Changes MUST You Make?

First off, congratulate yourself. You’ve already taken the first step to curing your acne by understanding what causes it.

Now you need a step by step guide that tells you what food choices you should be making.

All the details are here.. check it out: Focus: Your Ultimate Guide to Clear Skin

About the Author: George is a former acne sufferer who has cured his acne through dietary means. He is the author of, in the Focus: Your Ultimate Guide to Clear Skin. He, along with it’s strong growing community have helped several people cure their acne through diet.

FOCUS! Your Ultimate Guide to Clear Skin

FOCUS! Your Ultimate Guide to Clear Skin

Are you ready to throw away those nasty chemical lotions and creams… never pay for another expensive, worthless prescription ever again… and discover the “hushed up” truth about so-called acne cures and the 100% natural secret that’s WAY MORE POWERFUL?



Hey George,

Great site, im looking to join when the club opens again. My main question is this, you have some wonderful tips on foods that cause acne, but there are just so many of them. They vary from white and brown rice to some kinds of fruits even. This is very frustrating, and seems almost impossible for me to do. Instead, what are some foods that we CAN and should eat? Thanks!


I’m glad you find the site useful! It’s true, avoiding all the top acne causing foods becomes difficult and unrealistic for many. In that sense, moderation is always key. For foods that you SHOULD eat, I would suggest foods that are high in nutrient levels, since nutrients are, and always will be the building blocks to healthy acne-free skin. A few off the bat would be fish (wild caught has more nutrients then farmed), and eggs (free-roaming chicken eggs have more nutrients then caged.) Hope it helps!


Hey George,
I love your site, but I was wondering after your pimples are gone they leave those stubborn reddish brownish marks. I just wanted to know do they fade with time naturally? I have had them for a month and it really bothers me :( And is there anything to speed up the healing process? Thank You! :)

I get them all the time, I usually just tan in the summer and it generally gets rid of them. If they stayed, every inch of my back would be covered in these marks. Just exfoliate your skin, and when summer comes around, tan!

Hey george,
i realy like your website pretty much. i want to ask u that how can i getting rid of my dry acne which realy r shamed for me ive do everything for it but all result are just futile. the pimples are darked and it seems it will never rid of plz help me.

Hey George,
I want to know if popping your pimple harmful or helpful, also is alovara and other bitters helpful?

Just want to ask help because i thought the cause of my acne is poor balance diet. But i tried already 3-day just eating apple and green vegetable but i cant see any result. Pls. help. Thanks

Hey George,
I’ve managed to cure my acne, after 8 years, by basing my treatment on the theory that insulin resistance is the primary cause. Through exercising, ensuring I get ample amounts of Vitamin D, and following a low-carb paleo(ish) diet, my acne has completely disappeared. Additionally, I can now eat moderate levels of unhealthy, high GI foods, without breaking out. Whilst I don’t intend to state with any certainty that insulin resistance is THE cause of acne (assuming there is only 1 cause), I was encouraged that my attempts to improve insulin sensitivity (outlined above) also completely cleared my skin. I’m unsure if you advocate insulin resistance as being the main culprit behind acne and would certainly like to hear your opinion. Either way, it makes sense to me and I now have clear skin.


I’m not sure. I never had acne except for a few tiny pimples sometimes, and my diet is not exactly healthy and balanced. My sister, who has been eating the same food as me has mild acne. I’ve also read in several places of people who started to have acne after trying a new skincare routine, a new product or because of some makeup, powder, foundation. There’s people, like some of my friends who has amazing skin, perfect, even, clear with 20 years old and we enjoy going together to have some hamburgers, eating eggs and bacon. I’m not sure if this is exactly the cause, might be in someone prone to acne or oily skin or with a special skin condition that does not help if that person is not having the right diet, but many people has been eating whatever they want for many years without any problem on their skins. If this is the cause, every person in the world who’s not eating in the right way should have acne, actually.

george, i love this site. but taking out my face products (bp) is just to much. honestly, that has helped clear my acne.<3 the ideas though

I know you can help me with my situation i don’t eat too much of junk food, i cook myself but the question bothering me is that, what are those foods i need to avoid in order to achieve maximal result? because mine are so big that that they are mistaken for boils but they are not, as the test i went for reveals. i need real help from you because i cant come out in the open freely because of the damage it has done to my face. i will be very much grateful if my face can be restored.

I’m so excited people are slowly starting to realize that acne is a symptom. In order to truly cure acne you have to find the root cause, and it all leads back to diet or emotional issues. :)

I eat pretty healthy and I’ve never had a problem with acne in my high school years, but just now I am starting to- I’ve tried most things from drinking more water, becoming even stricter on the foods I eat. But my acne will not leave, I make sure I eat fresh foods, less carbs, lots of vegetables and fruits and a decent amount of meat.
I even try natural and harsh topical face washes, Nope.


I’ve struggled with acne for most of my high school years and tried millions of different things to cure it, including a topical gel that contains the same chemical that accutane pills do. My skin was clear for a long time and recemtly started coming back so I tried to get rid of it before it became worse. My Dr. put me on the same anitbiotics I was before but now my skin is the worst it’s ever been. I eat healthy food all the time and am not a junk food eater at all which is odd. I have still yet to find a cure that prevents the acne from reoccuring. I’m willing to give these methods a try.

Thanks for the advice.

im kinda confused people say that by eating right you can prevent acne but i know people that eat really un healthy and dont have acne how is that?

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