Gut Health

Acne Can Start In Your Gut

Leaky Gut Cure: Get Rid of Acne Forever

When your skin goes on the fritz, your first instinct may be to head to the dermatologist's office—they are, after all, the skin pros. But if the diagnosis starts—and stops—at surface level, you could be ignoring a bigger, underlying cause, says Trevor Cates, ND, a naturopathic physician in Park City, Utah. "Most dermatologists aim to suppress skin symptoms," says Cates. "But those symptoms can be signs of imbalances elsewhere." The key to calming your cranky skin—for good—is to address what the issue is really stemming from, says Cates. Here, we get to the root of 5 complexion woes that go more than skin deep. Breakouts can start in your gut. Recent research suggests that an imbalance of bacteria in your gut—too many harmful bugs, too few of the...

How to Finally Take Care of Your Gut

When life gets stressful and healthy habits to fall by the wayside, trouble with the gut is usually the first sign that something is wrong. Poor digestive health can impact all areas of your life, making it difficult to eat, sleep and move about comfortably. In many people, chronic irritation in the digestive tract can even lead to moodiness, irritability, and depression. Many different lifestyle factors can impact your gut health, from what you eat and drink to your stress levels, but the problem isn’t always easy to spot. Here are four tips to help ease your discomfort and finally take care of your gut.  Drink More Water Your body uses water in every cell and organ, so staying hydrated is vital for all areas of your health....

Treating Leaky Gut Syndrome the Natural Way

How to Fix Leaky Gut Syndrome the Natural Way

The leaky gut syndrome is associated with numerous disorders and conditions pertaining to autoimmune diseases (a disease that causes the body immune system to attack uninfected cells). The origin of leaky gut is due to the release of a protein called Zonulin, which is responsible for ruptures in the intestinal lining. Consequently, undigested food particles, such as toxins, microbes etc. are released into the bloodstream and cause a number of detrimental health effects. Causes leading up to leaky gut Leaky gut is often the result of a number of different causes and conditions.  Here is a list of some of them: Parasitic and/or fungal growth in the body Medical drug overdose Allergies Excessive smoking and alcohol intake Heart strain Genetic defects Natural treatments for leaky gut A number...

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