Blackheads From Hypoglycemic Reaction?
Thank you very much for your response, I really do respect your advice. I have saved everything you have written on the remedy site. I think it is so kind of you to share your knowledge of nutrition with others especially because many people are in the dark about natural cures. I have another question which maybe you could answer-when I get a hypoglycemic reaction my skin gets oily and a few hours later many blackheads have formed in my facial pores. This seems really odd because dermatologists have claimed that it takes many, many days and sometimes weeks to form a blackhead-YET I SWEAR that I can form them after a single hypoglycemic episode. For instance if I avoid hypoglycemia by eating on schedule, not missing any meals and not eating sugar, flour etc then I am 100% clear from acne and blackheads, so from being 100% clear I can see blackheads formed hours after a bad hypoglycemic reaction, if I extract these blackheads and have another reaction the next day then I will have more blackheads in the same pores from which the previous blackheads were extracted. So anyway-my question is why or how does these hypoglycemic reactions cause oily skin and blackheads? My hypoglycemic reactions and blackheads started shortly after taking the antibiotic called "Septra" I had been taking it for about a month. Also do you have any CURE for acne/blackhead scars? They look like big holes. I appreciate your time. Happy Holidays, and God Bless!