Is your gut causing bad skin conditions? Research evidence clearly shows a strong connection between intestinal problems and skin disorders. The state of your intestines can also reflect in the state of your skin. How’s your digestive system and overall gut health?
Intestinal health and adverse skin conditions
Undiagnosed Skin Conditions
Having an unhealthy gut and toxic bowel can result in you feeling unwell, and the root cause of unhealthy skin conditions goes undiagnosed. If you have problems with your skin that won’t clear up no matter what you use, it may be that you need to look inside for the answer. The results of an unhealthy bowel and digestive system on a physical level can produce lots of symptoms, like a lack of energy and skin problems. When your digestive system is not functioning at optimum health, your skin will soon let you know.
Digestive And Colon Toxic Overload
The colon plays a significant part in your overall health, so you must keep your digestive system in good condition so that it functions effectively. The importance of colon health is not stressed enough in conventional teaching practices, so not everyone is aware of an unhealthy colon’s impact on the whole body/mind system until something goes wrong, for example, digestive and toxic colon overload in the gut resulting in illness.
When Your Bowel Stops Working
When your bowel stops working properly the food you eat does not get broken down and digested, as it should. This undigested food sticks to the colon’s pockets and creates what is called a toxic or putrid bowel. When faeces matter is expelled, the mucus accumulated in the gut gets left behind, and mucus creates an excellent breeding ground for toxins. If this goes on, the immune system gets to a point where it can’t cope with poisonous toxins, and an unhealthy colon is a consequence. An unhealthy colon has no healthy bacteria, so all sorts of digestive problems can manifest, such as Candida or other fungal infections that contribute to bad skin.
Clogged Up Colon
Accumulated mucus on the walls of the colon creates a barrier stopping minerals and vitamins from the food you eat from being absorbed into your bloodstream. This is another factor involved in skin problems.
Poor Gut Health Creates Bad Skin
- Dry flaking skin
How water improves digestion and helps your skin
When your body is hydrated daily, it helps your intestines smoothly push the faecal matter through the large intestine, your colon. If you are dehydrated, the large intestine muscles do not work efficiently and result in waste matter spending longer in the body. This creates toxins which, harm your body and make you feel bloated and unwell.
Water is essential for keeping your skin healthy by keeping it supple. When you are dehydrated, your cells and tissues will shrivel and lose their suppleness and elasticity and then cease to function correctly. Each cell in our body works hard to survive, and they do this by taking in nutrients and excreting metabolic waste produced from your body.
Keep hydrated for a healthier looking skin
Just for one month, do your body a favour and drink 2 litres of filtered water every day. Stay away from dehydrating foods and drinks like soda, coffee, tea, and other processed foods, especially sugar. See if your skin feels and looks better. Your intestines will also be happier and healthier and work more efficiently when you are hydrated. Healthy colon tissue needs to be flexible, as does your skin. If you are dehydrated, you can pick up your skin, and it takes a few moments to slip back into place. If you are dehydrated and have an unhealthy gut, your skin could suffer from skin conditions that, no matter how hard to try and no matter what you use, don’t clear up. Try a colon cleanse to clear out your digestive system of mucus and toxins; you can download a free eBook on any of our colon cleansers.
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