Want beautiful acne-free skin? Make your gut happy. Science has long suggested a link between the microbes in the gut and healthy skin.
Researchers in a 2011 study and declared, “Yet, there appears to be more than enough supportive evidence to suggest that gut microbes, and the integrity of the gastrointestinal tract itself, are contributing factors in the acne process.”
A 2008 study in China comprising over 12,000 kids with acne and other diseases of the skin found a strong connection between gastrointestinal health and acne. The study noted that problems like halitosis (bad breath); gastric reflux, abdominal bloating, and constipation were more common among the participants with skin problems than those with blemish-free skin.
The researchers concluded that gastrointestinal dysfunction is a key risk factor for diseases of the sebaceous (oil) glands, like acne, and is correlated with their onset and development.
Step 1: Colon Flush
The colon is the body’s primary source of immune defense and garbage disposal. Problems in any two of these areas provide a breeding ground for bumps to corrupt your skin. Combat a clogged colon with constipation correcting treatments like Super Colon Cleanse by Health Plus.
Step 2: Kill Parasites
You have an enemy within, parasites. These opportunists are feeding on vitamins and minerals that should be going to you. Even worse, they are provoking inflammation in your gut by giving off their own waste products. Yuck! Vacate these moochers with a parasite killer like Renew Life ParaSmart.
Step 3: Flush Parasites
With the parasites now dead, sweep them from your colon with another shot of Super Colon Cleanse.
Step 4: Replenish Healthy Bacteria
Now that you have eradicated toxic wastes and life-leaching parasites from your gut, you have fertile ground for helpful bacteria to grow. Get Garden of Life Dr. Formulated Probiotics for Women, Once Daily Women’s Probiotics to line your colon with Lactobaccilus acidophilus and Bifidobacteria. These bacterial will encourage digestive health and continue to provide constipation relief.
There you have it. Take a load off your gut and take a load of acne off your skin.
Bowe, W. P., & Logan, A. C. (2011). Acne vulgaris, probiotics and the gut-brain-skin axis – back to the future?. Gut pathogens, 3(1), 1. https://doi.org/10.1186/1757-4749-3-1
Zhang, H., Liao, W., Chao, W., Chen, Q., Zeng, H., Wu, C., Wu, S., & Ho, H. I. (2008). Risk factors for sebaceous gland diseases and their relationship to gastrointestinal dysfunction in Han adolescents. The Journal of dermatology, 35(9), 555–561. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1346-8138.2008.00523.x
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