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Does Whey Protein Powder Cause Acne Whey protein powder is an effective supplement for bodybuilding: One serving of whey protein can provide you with over 30 grams of protein for muscle growth and repair. But some studies have linked whey protein supplementation to acne breakouts. Although genetics is the leading cause of acne, whey protein can cause hormonal activity that leads to acne breakouts in those who are susceptible. Who Gets Acne? Acne is a very common skin condition that causes spots or pimples around the face, chest, upper back and shoulders. It’s more common among teenagers and young adults, but it can affect anybody. Although the cause of acne is not well understood, genetics and hormonal changes during adolescence are likely factors. One such study, published in a 2013 issue of Brazilian Annals of Dermatology, observed 30 participants who took whey protein supplements. The results revealed that acne breakouts occurred as a result of consuming whey. Females and those with no prior acne breakouts had more prominent symptoms. Another study published in a 2012 issue of Cutis found that five males who experienced acne with whey protein had a relief of symptoms after discontinuing use. A variety of six different whey protein brands were used in the study, which suggests the whey products’ quality is not a factor in acne breakouts. The Underlying Cause Whey protein and other milk products increase insulinlike growth factor 1, or
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