Clean Gut = Clean Skin
Microbes in our gut can affect our
oestrogen levels which can affect skin health and cause hormonal acne. Gut
microbes are essential to human health, but they are also very important in
maintaining a healthy digestive system.
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Harmful bacteria in our gut can seep through the gut wall, trigger an inflammatory response and interfere with the effectiveness of insulin in managing our blood sugar levels.
Insulin is one of the main drivers in the pathology of acne.
A hypermeable gut wall can result in
pathogenic bacteria, toxins, food proteins, parasites and other harmful
molecules seeping through the wall into our bloodstream where the immune system
is then activated.
This leaky gut has been
linked with autoimmune skin conditions such as Psoriasis.
An imbalanced gut microbiome can lead to the accumulation of toxic metabolites in our skin. Dysbiosis can also activate the immune system and lead to inflammation which has been linked to a number of skin disorders such as acne.
Colonics are the ultimate holistic natural remedy to get rid of acne. It cleanses the colon of toxic material so it can no longer harm your body or inhabit assimilation and elimination. When impacted fecal matter is removed your colon can begin normal bowel movements. Colon Hydrotherapy is a rejuvenation treatment for your body.
Your gut health impacts your skin health, everything you consume is processed by your GI system. When your gut is unhealthy, it sends conflicting signals to your body and changes its function.
If the gut and our other elimination organs are not functioning properly, these toxins can make their way out of our skin.
Gut health affects the health of your whole body and skin is no exception. Our gut produces trillions of microbes all living together in a community called our microbiome, which plays a significant role in digestion, immunity and other important functions.
Like your gut, your skin hosts many different microbial residents, including bacteria, fungi and other microbial communities – it is known as your skin microbiome/microbiota.
When the composition of this ecosystem changes, it can manifest in conditions, like atopic dermatitis (aka eczema).
Changes to and activity of your gut microbes can impact your microbiome. We aren’t there yet but soon studies might discover how to manage conditions by looking at the gut.
Talk to an ICHTA Certified Colon Hydrotherapist today to find out the best treatment plan for you to achieve clear and healthy skin.