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I don't think people suffered from acne until relatively recently as industrial seed oils became a prominent component of modern diets
If you look at images from the 80's and 90's, no one had acne
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The youth in the Hadza tribe don't have acne and they're the closest thing we have to a hunter gatherer society that's still alive today
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The amount of young adults that have acne is growing too, it's not just teens anymore
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Lol I understand people still had acne in the 80's and 90's but I don't think it was a
prevalent as it is today, and surely it wasn't continuing into young adulthood
The point is that I think this is a fairly recent phenomenon, not something that is inherent in humans
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You are so right- I studied thousands of images from the 1600s & did not find a single person with disease. The truth is clear & obvious.
Cameras caused disease. We were all healthy, happy & frolicking. Everything changed when Camera Nation attacked.
Cameras are Pandoras Box
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Your bad take was followed by an even worse one! "Scamdemic"? And you wonder why people are closing off their body posture to you.
This, folks, is why *all* misleading and pseudoscientific claims should be challenged. One that seems innocuous could lead to one that is deadly.
I don't think people suffered from acne until relatively recently as industrial seed oils became a prominent component of modern diets If you look at images from the 80's and 90's, no one had acne PM 12 Jul 21 - Twitter for iPhone QO td The youth in the Hadza tribe don't have acne and they're the closest thing we have to a hunter gatherer society that's still alive today 34 14 196 The amount of young adults that have acne is growing too, it's not just teens anymore 20 tl 178 Lol I understand people still had acne in the 80's and 90's but I don't think it was a prevalent as it is today, and surely it wasn't continuing into young adulthood The point is that I think this is a fairly recent phenomenon, not something that is inherent in humans 172 520 You are so right- I studied thousands of images from the 1600s & did not find a single person with disease. The truth is clear & obvious. Cameras caused disease. We were all healthy, happy & frolicking. Everything changed when Camera Nation attacked. Cameras are Pandoras Box 34 106 3,329 Show replies Your bad take was followed by an even worse one! "Scamdemic"? And you wonder why people are closing off their body posture to you. This, folks, is why *all* misleading and pseudoscientific claims should be challenged. One that seems innocuous could lead to one that is deadly.