Acne (psoriasis, eczema)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Acne: a broad term applied to conditions of the skin manifesting as pimples and eruptions on the face, back and arms.  A common condition in teens that is wrongly blamed on puberty.

No discussion of skin issues would be complete without reference to systemic mold/fungus infection of the intestinal gut wall, and the effects that mold mycotoxins play on all skin related issues from skin cancer to acne, eczema and psoriasis.

For further information on mold and yeast related issues, read Special Insights, Cause Unknown! in the Archive Link above; and Molds & Fungus Protocol in the Protocols link above.

Overview

Acne, eczema and psoriasis are first cousins of each other and all of them are driven by an inflamed intestinal gut wall, a poorly functioning liver, leaky gut, bad diet, poor digestion and bowel issues.  These conditions are confirmation of hormonal resistance to leptin, insulin, adrenaline and glucagon.  See Change Your Food Habits below.

The body stores toxic waste in the fatty tissues below the skin and when the terrain becomes unbalanced or stressed out, waste erupts from the skin in the form of redness, sloughing and weeping and pimples.

Skin conditions are CLASSIC terrain issues and should be address accordingly.  When they appear, know the liver is functioning poorly.  They always involve the Autoimmune Attack Cycle and the Sugar/Alcohol Cycle by clicking hyperlinks.

Carbohydrate dependence is a given in all conditions of the skin, including skin cancers. See Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life by clicking hyperlink.

Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas

Also, see Special Insights, Food Cravings, Fruit sugar Blues, Allergies & Sensitivities, by clicking hyperlinks.

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