Clear skin – from the inside out
Learn about underlying health problems that cause skin problems and what you can do to resolve them!

If you’re feeling frustrated with your recent or ongoing skin concerns, or would just like to learn how to maintain good health and clear skin then this book is for you.

Clear Skin from the Inside Out describes what creates skin concerns and symptoms such as acne, rosacea, eczema and psoriasis and helps you understand how resolve the persoalan from the inside out.

"Skin concerns such as cellulite, tinea, acne, rosacea, eczema and psoriasis are signs and symptoms of other internal factors and underlying health concerns. Treating our skin from the inside out is often the most direct way to achieve long lasting results. "

Skin conditions are uncomfortable and embarrassing and can severely diminish self esteem so people want results and want them fast!

There is so much conflicting and confusing information about how to treat skin concerns. Yet it seems that the underlying cause of the persoalan has often been overlooked or misunderstood.

In clinical practice I see patients who are frustrated and fed up from trialling many skin medications, supplements and topical treatments. They are not happy with their results despite doing what they think is the right thing in relation to skin care.  

Our skin is more than just an external appearance it is also a representation of our internal health, therefore treating the external appearance alone can have limited success in the long term.

Our modern lifestyle is accompanied with increased exposure to toxins that our body has to deal with:

Our diet, hormones, immune system, digestive function and the elimination of bodily wastes are closely connected with our skin health.

Bacterial, viral and fungal infections within our bodies can create symptoms such as cold sores, acne, acne rosacea, tinea, athletes foot, eczema, psoriasis.

The current statistics are that 1 in 4 children have eczema. Research has shown the role of common dietary allergens in eczema and psoriasis. In a study of children with eczema which developed before 3 months of age, 64% were shown to have sensitivity to egg, cow’s milk and/or peanut.

Psoriasis has been tightly linked with gluten sensitivity, with research showing an 82% improvement in patients who removed gluten from their diet for 3 months.

80% of the world’s population has the Herpes simplex virus which causes cold sore breakouts. Once infected the virus remains latent in the nerve ganglia. Dietary and lifestyle factors such as stress, poor immune function and excessive consumption of refined dietary carbohydrates have been shown to reactivate the virus.

Topical treatments, hormone replacements, antibiotic therapy and anti-inflammatory medications may only apply a short term solution, unless they are specifically addressing the internal drivers. They may not necessarily resolve the underlying persoalan in the long term.

Improving our body’s primary detoxification channels and immune function can help to resolve the symptoms and improve health for the long-term.

Investigating and addressing the internal drivers may reduce the risk of conditions such as such as acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis,  tinea, athletes foot, cold sores and herpes simplex, and more…

Clear Skin is an empowering and educational guide developed by qualified Health Professionals who understand the complex scenarios that can affect skin health.

Clear Skin from the Inside Out has been written to fill in the gaps and provide insight, answers and understanding as to how our internal detoxification channels work and how these can affect our skin if they are not working properly. Read More detail

Article Source: Generation Engelmundus, Zeageat IM


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