The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months. Consult your doctor for advice on when to introduce complementary foods to your baby. Breastfeeding should continue for as long as possible after introduction of complementary foods.
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A. Chocolate was accused of containing too much fat and sugar, causing oily skin, and promoting acne! BUT that’s just a myth! Research shows that acne is not caused by chocolate or any other specific food! The real causes of acne are hormonal, genetic and hygienic. When it comes to nutrition, poor eating habits and an overall diet high in fats, sugars and carbohydrates may contribute to acne. So rather than blaming one food for acne breakouts, you need to take care of your overall diet, in addition to managing hormonal imbalances and keeping your skin clean.
Eating right for healthy clear skin means eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, choosing lean protein sources and avoiding junk food and sweets. Not to forget drinking plenty of water that contributes to clearer skin. If a certain food can make acne worse for you, then you can avoid eating it. But remember that there is no direct link between a specific food and the development of acne, so go ahead and indulge in that piece of chocolate-in moderation of course.
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