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Threedaysgrace

Leaky Gut Causing Acne

Hello, i have been away for a while after doing alot of research I have discovered that the cause of my acne is leaky gut + histamine intolerance .

High sugar + caffeine diet + junk = Leaky gut = hormonal imbalances + histamine intolerance+ damaged gut= food allergies+sensitivities = acne

I am planning to do a 2 water fast then a 3 day slippery elm, licorice tea, pepperrmint tea fast. Afterwards I am going to consume a half onion each day as a source of prebiotics and then introduce another 3 days later , yeo valley yogurt. The yoghurt contains L.A, bifidobacterium, and S.T

Also I am going to avoid gluten , while it does not cause acne, it is the cause of my keratosis pilarais (k.p). Gluten intolerance can cause nutritional deficiencies. I have been on a gluten free diet before which has caused the kp to spread, I will be therefore using Apple cider vinegar and olive + brown sugar scrub on my face to hopefully reduce the KP, as my body purges from 17 years of eating gluten .

I also have hyperpigmentation on my arms, back, chest and face from acne and kp . I will be using the kojie sans soap and tumeric to to try to lighten this hyperpigmentation.

I plan to be free of acne, hyperpigmentation red marks by the time I sart uni next september



links: http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=1059571

I strongly suggest you and EVERYONE follow a leaky gut protocol. This means you go off food for 3 days and just take Slippery Elm gruel every 2 hours nice and thick. Inbetween this you take Pau D'Arco tea mixed with marshmellow Root. After the 3 days just fit in the Slippery Elm gruel around food and keep drinking the tea making sure theres proper time delays between food/drink etc. After a week or so you can just go onto having a little slippery elm tea etc. This will help heal the gut dramatically and we all know what this means for health. I forget to say you need to on day 4 start adding serious amounts of Probiotics to the colon. This must be done on an empty stomach and the capsules should be only take with *500ml* of water or more else it simply will not hit the small intestine which its meant to. The Kombucha Tea is a most excellent set of probiotics also

Now after day 3 start adding a good probiotic to increase good intestinal flora.
KEFIR!!!

AFTER THREE DAYS DO THIS FOR LEAKY GUT MAINTAINCE

put two tablespoons of slippery elm powder in a 16 ounce shaker thingy. put two tablespoons of oregano. Fill it the rest of the way up to 16 oz with distilled water that has a little Sea Salt added to it. Shake it up, drink 1/2 in the morning and 1/2 in the late after noon.

HOW TO MAKE SLIPPERY ELM GRUEL
2. Slippery Elm Gruel
Slippery Elm Gruel is a food that anyone can keep down no matter how sick they are, even if they vomit water. It's a very healing food.
Start by making a Slippery Elm paste, because slippery elm will not mix with a lot of water, it will just float. To make the slippery paste, put powdered slippery elm into a cup and add a very small amount of water at a time until it is a paste consistency. You use this slippery elm paste to make slippery elm gruel by slowly adding water until thick gravy consistency

Link 2 http://exerscribe.com/blog/3-reasons-to-toss-the-yogurt-and-probiotics/

1. Not All Probiotics Are Created Equally

When it comes to controlling and regulating your body’s histamine levels, there are different types of bacteria and probiotics at play.

While certain probiotics are great for proper gut function by enhancing histamine degradation by DAO, others can do just the opposite and raise histamine levels. At presently, there are three different probiotic strains that are studied and categorized: 1) histamine producing, 2) neutral bacteria, and 3) histamine degrading.

According to Dave Aspery, CEO of Bulletproof Executive, the following is true of these three different studied probiotic strains:

1) Histamine producing bacteria: Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus reuteri, and Lactobacillus bulgaricus (Found in most yogurts and fermented foods).

2) Neutral bacteria: Streptococcus thermophiles (also in yogurt) and Lactobacillus rhamnosus (shown to down regulate histamine receptors and up-regulate anti-inflammatory agents)

3) Histamine degrading bacteria: Bifidobacterium infantis (found in breast milk), Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus plantarum, and some soil-based organisms.

Now, please don’t get me wrong. Histamines and histamine producing bacteria aren’t necessarily the culprit here. More likely your issue is a combination of overuse of antibiotics, too much processed foods, and other digestive stressors. When your digestive system (and nervous system) is stressed, your gut biome is thrown way out of balance and you can develop an intolerance to histamines. In this case, you may want to be careful of the types of yogurts and fermented foods you consume. In most cases, as long as you’re sticking with the least processed, most natural sources you’re probably fine.

If you’re concerned I would highly recommend getting a blood test done and looking at your histamine/DAO ratio (DAO stands for Diamine Oxidase – an enzyme that breaks histamine down). If you blood panels indicate a high ratio it means you are ingesting/producing too much histamine compared to what you can break down. If you find the ratio to be pretty even you may have an issue with DAO being blocked from breaking histamine down. In that scenario you would want to consider cutting out the following DAO blocking foods:

  • Energy drinks
  • Alcohol
  • Tea (Green, Black, and Mate)

Hopefully, you’re starting to get the picture. Health is a very complicated dance these days. Going organic doesn’t necessarily make you any healthier than the next American. These findings certainly do a good bit to explain why so many still fail to see results after a dramatic change in their lifestyle.

Consider the American that smokes two packs a day, eats meat and a rib eye every night and weights 150 lbs or less and lives to be 95. Then there are those that carefully count their carbs, eat no red meat, are 50 – 100 lbs overweight, and no amount of training at the gym seems to burn the excess fat off.

The kind that fall into the latter group is often told: There’s no diet that fits all. Except no diet seems to “fit” them. Is there any hope for people that fit into this category? We’ll take a look at it together in my next post which will highlight some ways you can infuse your diet with the right type of probiotics and nutrition. We may touch upon some exercise that can help you too. Either way, come back next week for the conclusion to this post.

Also, the foods in the Nutriscribe® Diet naturally balance histamine levels, so you can think more clearly, improve your body composition, and live at your highest potential.



Healing gut foods list: Fasting also helps heal foods

Slippery elm - help act as bandage to the gut

Marshamallow root

Peppermint oil

help act as bandage to the gut

Garlic - prebiotics

Onions prebiotics

Leeks- prebiotics - feed good bacteria

okra

papaya

Oregano

L. Glutamine

Coconut oil+ Olive oil

Brone Broths

Deglycerrinised licorice- helps act as bandage to the gut

Things that damage gut and cause acne

Food that block the DAO- such as green tea- see previous post on histamine intolerance

Sugar

Caffeine

Stress

High carb diiet

Extensive usage of antibiotics

Diet sample: minimal use of carbs, meat fish eggs vegetable- avoid fruit



i am starting the fast this thursday . I hope to get rid of my acne + kp by three months

Edited by Threedaysgrace

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