A dairy-free diet may improve acne vulgaris.
A way to detoxify one's body of industrial pollutants found in the food supply.
Speaking of pus, yes, zits. New Harvard study this year showing significantly more acne in milk drinkers, leading a top dermatology journal to editorialize for a “no dairy diet,” reducing dairy consumption for anyone with acne to zero, because of the hormone content in milk.
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