I have a lot of skin issues and always experience the exact opposite, sorry!
I'm wondering if you're wiping sweat away and irritating the skin? I've just discovered that I'm gluten intolerant and now that I'm avoiding that (was *basically* clean eating but I use tons of processed fake meat products --- I know they're processed but I ate them and come to find they're fun of gluten), my skin is getting clearer than I've ever -- I mean EVER seen it!
I could imagine that increased exercise and more sweating would help the body get rid of toxic stuff and temporarily increase skin impurities. I could also imagine that liver function improves with clean eating, especially increased raw fruits and veggies and that the body will be able to cleanse itself better. Birgit
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Hmmm...nothing I can think of. Someone told me she had breakouts after starting a similar diet and said it was toxins coming out of the body. I have no idea if there's any scientific basis for that, so I thought I'd ask if anyone else experienced it. Thanks for your reply, by the way. =]
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