Jill recently wrote about a dangerous trend — how “they” post lab results online and look for answers outside of a professional relationship with a qualified practitioner. Today, I use myself as an example because “they” is me!
Avoiding sugar seems straightforward until you realize how foods that aren’t labeled “sugar” can act like sugar in the body. But you don’t have to give up sugar for good.
Once thought to be a condition that only afflicted teenagers, acne can trouble us into our 20’s, 30’s, and 40’s, as if we were fresh-faced high schoolers. Indeed, the stats are high; acne affects us all at some point in our lives. But the disorder continues to be misunderstood, even by the medical community.
Skin conditions are not just skin conditions. What’s inside will always come out. Our skin is the great communicator (think megaphone) when it comes to imbalances and chronic health issues and it’s up to us to look beneath the surface for the underlying problem.