Bread to blame for plague of pimples

Fox, Douglas
December 2002
New Scientist;12/7/2002, Vol. 176 Issue 2372, p23
Focuses on a theory that holds refined bread and cereal responsible for acne problems propounded by research team led by Loren Cordain at Fort Collins-based Colorado State University. Process by which this diet leads to acne; Plans of an Australian research team to test the theory by conducting a test; Other problems caused by eating large quantities of highly refined starch.


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