Inside Job: Gut-brain relationship

Recent scientific findings about the gut-brain relationship and the many implications that gut health has on overall health and wellbeing have initiated a shift to a more holistic and integrated approach when examining the different biological systems of the human body. The communication between the gut and the skin microbiota has been widely discussed, looking at different ways of how the improper functioning of the gut and its inflammation trigger skin conditions such as cystic acne and dermatitis. Many studies now support the bidirectional and intimate connection between gastrointestinal health and skin homeostasis and allostasis, focused on examining a gut-skin axis.

These findings were the basis for this case study, whereby a patient who had recently developed severe cystic acne agreed to take part in a three-month clinical study ingesting nutraceutical drink Totally Derma.

Journal Of Aesthetic Nursing you get what you pay for – read the label

Nutraceuticals and skin health: key benefits and protective properties

Kim Pearson, Clinical Nutritionist, London, covers key considerations when recommending nutraceuticals to aesthetic patients, including the importance of choosing well-researched nutrients, provided in bioavailable forms, at a dose proven to be effective

“It is important to inform patients that high-quality nutrients provided in effective doses are indeed expensive and so the best supplements often cost much more to purchase. Supplement brands widely used by nutritionists include BioCare, Solgar, Viridian and Allergy Research.”

Read the full Published article in Journal of Aesthetic Nursing here

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