The missing piece to the Sugar and Acne puzzle

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Sugar and Acne, Is there a connection?

“Everything you’ve ever heard about sugar and acne is only a tiny piece to a larger puzzle. The ‘rest of the sugar acne story’ revealed in this report.”

Many acne sufferers notice their acne flares when they eat sugar. And some even claim sugar is the cause of acne.

Yet nearly every dermatologist or doctor will tell you sugar has nothing to do with acne.

Well my friend they are BOTH wrong!

In this report you’ll discover exactly how sugar does and does not effects acne symptoms. And why sugar is NOT the cause of acne.

And most importantly, you learn what you should do to prevent sugar from aggravating your acne.

Understanding the sugar acne relationship

Yep, there most definitely is a relationship to sugar intake and acne. But that’s far from the whole story…

As revealed in my special report The TRUE Cause of Acne, all acne is caused by only 2 things…

Hormonal imbalance combined with a particular kind of highly congesting blood and lymph toxins.

But what does this have to do with sugar and acne?

Well, I’m about to unravel this mystery before your very eyes ๐Ÿ˜‰

Stay with me…Because this information is going to be very beneficial for you as an acne sufferer. Here is where it gets interesting…

Your HORMONAL response to sugar

Just what happens after you eat sugar?

Well right of the bat your blood sugar levels rise rapidly. To bring blood sugar levels down your body excretes hormones…particularly insulin and other androgenic hormones.

These hormones signal your body’s cells to upon up their “doors” and let the sugar in.

The primary places blood sugar goes is the cells of the liver and the cells that make up the muscles. They “fill up” just like inflating a tire or filling up a water balloon.

But what happens when they are all full to capacity?

Well, any excess blood sugar is then converted by your liver into long chain fats (basically LARD). This “lard” is then transported to your fat cells and stored as fat.

End effects of consuming EXCESS sugar

Sugar, unlike other more complex starches, raises blood sugars rapidly. It is metabolized (“burned”) very quickly in your system.

It spikes blood sugar levels in direct proportion to how much you ingest at one time. The more you ingest the greater the spike in blood sugar levels.

This spike in blood sugar causes your body to excrete a SURGE of hormones all at one time.

It also causes a surge of high blood fats (LARD) all at one time.

So the end effect is it overwhelms your system with hormones and blood fats.

All these excess androgenic hormones cause your skin sebum glands to go into hyper drive…producing way too much skin oil. Add to that the excess blood fats floating around and the end results is aggravation of an already existing acne condition.

So if sugar aggravates acne then why can some people eat all the sugar in the world yet still have flawless skin?

Great question….

Why sugar aggravates acne in some and NOT in others

Here’s the missing piece to the sugar acne relationship you’ve been looking for…

Ingesting too much sugar alone will not aggravate acne. It’s only when you overwhelm the liver with excess hormones that acne will flare.

The liver is what “deactivates” and “clears” excess hormones from your system.

But it only has so much capacity to do that.

So the reason sugar aggravates your acne, while your friend can eat all the sugar they want and still not get acne is because their liver function is much stronger.

Their liver is able to quickly “deactivate” and “clear” any excess hormones. So they never sufferer hormonal imbalance. And they never sufferer from acne.

But you’re liver capacity in this regard is significantly “shackled”. That’s why even a little bit of sugar can aggravate your acne.

How to PREVENT sugar from aggravating your acne

So what’s the solution?

Well, you’ve got to “build” and “strengthen” your liver function in this regard. Once you do that, then you’ll be able to eat some sugar yet still have perfect skin.

So you can see it’s NOT sugar itself that causes acne, but a liver that is drastically compromised and overwhelmed with too many hormones all at one time.

Sugar only aggravates an already compromised situation.

You can’t really cure acne by giving up sugar. You can only lesson the severity or manage acne symptoms. But to cure acne permanently you must “rebuild” and “revitalize” liver function.

How do you do that?

Boy isn’t that the million dollar question. And luckily I have the million dollar answer. And it took years of work to figure out. Luckily you don’t have to wait years. To find out how take The Acne Cure E-Tutorial.

Sugar and acne: The bottom line…

Until you “build” back liver capacity to clear hormones you should avoid chocolate. You should avoid all processed sugars. And ingest vary sparingly simple natural sugars such as honey, molasses, or maple syrup. Doing that is the only way any acne alternative treatments will work.

You should avoid ALL fruit juices except the low-sugar fruit juices from fresh lemon and lime.


Because sugar from fruit juice (without the fiber of the fruit) enters your blood stream too quickly. It just spikes blood sugars too violently for you as an acne sufferer.

In addition to that, high sugar fruits such as bananas should also be eaten in small quantities at any one time.

The key is NOT to overwhelm your system at any one time with excess sugar at any one time.

But I gotta have something sweet!!!

Hey, I hear you. I know where you’re at. I have a sweet tooth as well.

What if there was a way to enjoy all the sweet stuff you enjoy now yet NOT aggravate your acne in any way? And not get fat from them either?

Well, the good news is I’ve discovered a way.

Using this discovery you can immediately enjoy all the sweet things you do now, yet suffer NONE of the bad effects of excess sugar. It’s really a pretty amazing discovery.

What is it?

I’ll be covering it in more details in future reports. To insure you don’t miss a thing you might want to subscribe to my newsletter. To get it just tell me where to send it. Then click the button below…

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  1. Elizabeth says:

    How exactly am I suppose to strengthen my liver?

  2. To Elizabeth says:

    Elizabeth thats the million dollar question

  3. Jordan says:

    I want a mega-buff liver… lucky people. =(

  4. Diana says:

    Go to the link above – The Acne Cure E-Tutorial.
    This programme really works. Plus it is full of interesting and useful information about the way your body works so that you will understand how to live a healthy life with no acne.
    I’ve been searching for this info all over the sites, but never got the complete “puzzle”. This Tutorial covers everything…from A to Z and even more.
    You will learn a lot. I am on the programme myself now.

  5. Veep says:

    My liver must suck. I got a ton of acne over winter break from eating sugary stuff that mysteriously disappeared once I got back to college and started eating healthy again. That also might explain why I can’t drink more than three shots without losing the use of my legs.

  6. Lauren says:

    i know that when i eat a muffin i get a big spot. So those who say it has no effect are wrong. The liver thing must be right! x thank you ! x

  7. bibi says:

    i eat loads of sugar and i have a little bit of problems once i eat loads and loads of sugar
    but i find that when u have less acne the effect of sugar is less also, i don’t think sugar is the cause tbh, just makes it worse. the doctor mentioned something about sugar making hormones worse, more hormones… but when ur skin is already clear and stuff, u really can eat more sugar… so according to the beauty salon girl i should try to live a week without eating loads of candy and drinking lemonade and tea with loads of sugar etc (i even eat muffins and cake as dinner, and i never eat any bread, yet my skin doesn’t seem as bad as my sis, who eats superhealthy, so maybe my liver does is better) so my face would clear up completely and it’d never come back probably

    i do eat too much sugar, on some days kilo’s worth (i actually bake cakes sometimes with bags of sugar in it and on it (i put so many times too much sugar as the recipe says, i make icing, i throw sugar on top, put candy and whipped cream on it, chocolate sauce and loads of sugar decorations mmm (can eat those without cake too ) ๐Ÿ˜€ ), strangely when i do that i usually have a clearer face, but i think it’s cause i run around all day on such days… active days… or i’m just hyper on sugar … maybe burning the sugar before it forms acne is a solution too (but i have a very fast metabolism…)

  8. bibi says:

    another thing i find is drinking lots of water helps (+ its healthy)

  9. Duong says:

    SOme fruit juice like carrot, I ve found it is pretty sweet, is it okey o drink it offen, some others say carrot juice can help acnes..thank you for so your imfomation!

  10. Anonymous says:

    carrots are not fruit….they are vegetables;)
    my liver blows:/

  11. asim says:

    i think there is must be a connection between sugar and acne
    i had a some acne pimples on my face,my doctor asked me to stop using sugar i did not care and kept using sugar and my acne became worse,after few day i decided to leaver sugar for few days,i thought maybe it work because doctor asked me to do i left the sugar believe me i got the result in few days and till now am spending a happy life without pimples

  12. fku acne says:


  13. Cornell says:

    I break out on my back instead of my face. My bro breaks out on his face. I feel so bad for him.

  14. ml says:

    I know, sugar has to do with acne, hormones and whatever goes on inside my body, i used to eat cereal (healthy right) i started braking out one or two f..pimples a day, even i did make a diary because i thought it was really crazy, then i stopped eating cereal, and the bumps stopped, it is so hard to leave with a sugar diabetic diet, it hurts so much , i love sweets, bread, cereal, plus the water i have to drink every single day of my life is a torture for me. Is it really there a cure for acne like the program you talked about?

    this is killing me, i feel like a sick person.

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  17. Franziska says:

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