It all starts in your gut. The health of your intestines and the normal flora is an indication of your overall body’s health. The millions of microorganisms in your digestive track are responsible forﾠkeeping you from getting infections, help you digest your food and turn it into vitamins. They are also ready to activate your immune system and protect you from deadly bacteria, like E. Coli, Salmonella and Strep. So if your gut is not healthy, you will experience all kinds of health issues including skin problems, like acne, eczema, psoriasis. Read on to find out what Dr. Sears recommends to improve your gut health.
Think about the ways we use the word gut… We use our “gut” to describe a lot of the things we feel. You need to have guts to try something new… you can bust a gut laughing… your gut tells you when something is right. We are learning that there may be more reason to use the word in these ways than we knew. For example, a brand new study finds that your “gut” may control your organs. What happens in your gut appears to activate your liver, and benefit your kidneys, colon, digestive tract, blood plasma, metabolism and reproductive system.
On the top of a health promoting diet, probiotics are your best bet to keep your gut healthy and eliminate any skin problems that you might have.