Which fruits are bad for your skin?


If you’re like me, a healthy snack consists of a bowl of fresh fruits. While most people consider all fruit to be healthy, what they dont know is that it can, at the same time, be damaging to your skin. Mangos, for example, are very high in sugar. This can often aggravate the liver and pancreas which is what causes skin irritants like rosacea and psoriasis.

One-half cup of diced mango weighing about 3 ounces has roughly 12.3 grams of total carbohydrates, which makes up 98% of a mangos total calories. Sugar accounts for more than 90 percent of the total carb count, totaling 11.3 grams. The most prominent type of sugar in mangos is sucrose which is the sugar often added to candies, cookies, cakes and other sweets. Half of the total sugar content comes from sucrose, 35% of the sugar content is fructose and the remaining 15% comes from glucose.

Some other fruits that are not good for your skin are stone fruits, like apricots, peaches and plums and other fruits with pits in them. A lot of people on low-carb diets tend to cut back on such fruits to avoid the high sugar. Although in fruit we are also getting more vitimins, minerals and nutrients, its better to eat fruits with less sugar rather than the really sweet stuff if you are trying to achieve clearer skin. Surprisingly, bananas are pretty high in sugar so one banana a day is more than enough and it is suggested to eat the banana with protein or healthy fat in order to slow down the absorption of the sugar.

Fruits that are the highest in sugar are figs, pomegranate seeds, mangos, tangerines, bananas, sweet cherries, plums, apricots and almost any fruit that has a pit in it. These fruits can be the cause of inflammation in your liver and pancreas and lead to more break out in your skin. Cutting out these high sugar fruits will positively affect your complexion and can prevent and reduce symptoms of rosacea and psoriasis and other skin irritants. Pair this with using Susan Ciminelli’s products and you are sure to be left with clear, soft, glowing skin.


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Published on May 11, 2017 by Susan Ciminelli

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