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Dr Anjali Mahto MBBS, MRCP(UK), CCST(Derm)
Dr Anjali Mahto MBBS, MRCP(UK), CCST(Derm)
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Dermatologist Dr Anjali Mahto says that in the past ten years, there is growing evidence acne is connected with high-GI food consumption, and to a lesser degree, dairy, which also has a role to play. http://www.cedarsderm.co.uk

Cedars Dermatology is a leading group of London dermatologists that offers treatments for moles, skin cancers, acne, rosacea, psoriasis, eczema and other skin conditions for both adults and children.

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So, the diet question's really interesting. So, before the 1960s, diet used to be something that everybody got told about as far as treating their acne goes. You know, acne sufferers were told by dermatologists in the '50s and '60s, "It's really important that you don't have sweets and sugar." But after two really pivotal studies in the 1960's, that completely fell out of favour. So, dermatologists then started advising their patients, "There's no role whatsoever." But certainly in the past ten years, there is growing evidence that in a select group of patients, acne in particular, high GI foods, so refined sugars and processed foods, and to a lesser degree, dairy, does actually have a role to play.

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Dr Anjali Mahto MBBS, MRCP(UK), CCST(Derm)
Dr Anjali Mahto MBBS, MRCP(UK), CCST(Derm)
Consultant Dermatologist
Anjali is a Consultant Dermatologist at the London North West Hospitals NHS Trust where she is also lead for paediatric dermatology services and dermatology clinical governance. She is a spokesperson for the British Skin Foundation. She is quoted in the national press on a range of skin issues. She has trained at some of UK's leading teaching hospitals including Imperial College Healthcare and the Royal Free Hospital. She is actively involved in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education and has presented at national and international conferences. She is happy to consult on any skin, hair and nail disorders in adults or children. Read full bio view less


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Dr Anjali Mahto MBBS, MRCP(UK), CCST(Derm)
Dr Anjali Mahto MBBS, MRCP(UK), CCST(Derm)