Lack of energy, brain fog and chronic pain can come from digestive issues.
This is not something Western medicine highlights.
Simply put, poor gut health can be the root cause of:
• Frequent infections • Hormonal problems • Mental and emotional issues • Acne, psoriasis and eczema • Fatty liver disease • Autoimmune disorders + many other health concerns
When you think about it Hippocrates was right: “All health begins in the gut!”
Here is some food that may help ease the inflammation on your skin.
Celery : One of the most powerful anti-inflammatory foods. It fends off bacteria, yeast, mold, fungus & viruses and flushes out debris & toxins.
Cruciferous vegetables : Cabbages, broccoli, Cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, Kale, for weight gain and countless benefits including cancer prevention and benefiting joints, connective tissue damage.
Cucumber is an amazing rejuvenation tonic. Especially geared to nourishing and cooling down over used adrenal glands. For amazing results make it in a juicer. Consume as many as 2 cucumbers a day.
Berries such as blue berries, Rasberries, strawberries, in winter you can buy them frozen. They should be a staple. Absolutely critical for health. Antioxidants good for your skin, help fight inflammation.
Figs Aloe Vera
Papaya Burdock Root
Sweet Potatoes Chaga Mushroom
Coriander Nettle Leaf
Garlic Raw Honey
Ginger Red Clover
Food to Eat in Moderation or Avoid :
Rape Seed Oil
A Word About Supplements
also known as cobalamin, has a complex relationship with the skin and is thought to help lessen eczema symptoms by reducing nitric oxide level. May help with Vitiligo.
Promising results of improved eczema symptoms have been found using oral vitamin D supplementation (1000 IU vitamin D for 1 month) in children, aged 2–17 years, during winter in two double-blinded placebo-controlled RCTs