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Do you choose clothes that hide your skin?

In 2010 I was talking at London’s Royal Society of Medicine to doctors, osteopaths, and nutritionists.

The topic? How lab testing enables patients to find out the underlying reasons why they have symptoms.

After the talk, a nutritional therapist asked me if I could help with some skin issues (dermatitis) she’d had for two decades.

I just recommended she avoid a few foods – simple as that. Two weeks later her dermatitis had gone. Turned out gluten was the main problem, but here’s the shocker – she’d not been told any of this in two years of nutritional therapy school.

But what happens when you change your diet, and you still have symptoms?

A good friend of mine – Chris – was experiencing really bad psoriasis. Chris is a pretty clued-up guy when it comes to health, so he ran a stool test and found a whole bunch of bad bugs in his gut.

After he’d worked on some gut cleansing programs, his psoriasis improved dramatically, especifically when he began to remove the “heavy metals” such as mercury from his body.

The point is this: if you have skin problems, no matter what they are, skin cream or skin lotions are not the answer.

I used to have dandruff – but that’s just something you buy shampoo for, right? Well, after I took a stool test, and eliminated H pylori and some other nasty parasites (as well as a yeast and fungal overgrowth) my dandruff completely disappeared (dandruff is fungal overgrowth on the scalp).

Your outside skin reflects the health of your inside skin, and your inside skin is the thin, delicate lining of your mouth, stomach and intestines.

If these thin layers of internal skin are damaged, your outside skin won’t shine and glow, and you could end up with pimples, spots, acne, eczema, dermatitis, rosacea, psoriasis and other skin complaints.

And that’s not all, because your hair and nails are also reflections of how healthy you are on the inside.

Brittle, cracked nails and dull, lackluster, dry or oily hair are also signs that your internal environment is out of balance.

But here’s the thing: all skin complaints are easy to treat when you know the cause. Continually using cream on the symptoms makes no sense, why not just deal with the cause?

And it’s easy to pinpoint the cause. Take a stool test.

It transformed my life when I did – and ended four years of hell for me.

Don’t forget, they are done in the comfort of your own home. You just send off a sample in the packaging provided.

And if the test comes back ‘blank’, you get a full refund, no questions asked.

Of course I’m biased, but if you are serious about getting your health back, you should take a stool test. It takes all the guesswork out of your health and you can start dealing with the cause – then the symptoms disappear altogether.

You can find out more about taking a test, or arranging one, here.

Best,

Dave.