Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Sometimes you have to go more than skin deep when it comes to acne.

You wash and wash…put chemical after chemical on your face. But what if the source of your acne is coming from the inside? What if your acne comes from your having, like many women and men, too much of the wrong type of estrogen? However, new research and evidence suggests that estrogens, particularly, toxic estrogens play a much greater role than previously believed.  
 Many health practitioners believe androgens are the key cause of acne. As such they often prescribe birth control pills, which can produce unwanted side effects to include weight gain and blood clots.
Could my lifestyle be causing my acne?
According to hormone experts like Nick Delgado, PhD, ABAAHP most acne is caused by toxic estrogen buildup. These toxic estrogens (or TEs) include TEs from foods (consider eating organic fruits/vegetables and hormone-free dairy and beef products where possible), and xeno-estrogens (estrogen mimickers) found in plastics, pesticides, preservatives, and household products. These are in addition to your body’s own internal production of estrogen which can be over stimulated by diets high in processed fats to include dairy and meats (the more fat you have the more toxic estrogens you may produce).
Are there Natural “inside out” options to help reduce toxic estrogens?
 Yes! One such option is EstroBlock, a daily supplement containing GRAS (generally regarded as safe) ingredients, naturally supports the clearing of toxic estrogens (estrones) from the body, while supporting the production of good estrogens. Estroblock ( has been out on the market for many years, but is not as widely known as other products. According to sources, this may be one of the best natural solutions for hormone related skin breakouts or pimples in both men and women.
 What’s the skinny on the benefits of clearing toxic estrogens?
 Toxic estrogens reside in the fat cells – and attract water. Presto, now you're several sizes bigger, feel bloated…and no amount of dieting or exercise seems to work. However, when these estrogens are cleared fat cells can release their toxins and water, shrinking back to their regular size. Those taking this route should also look into reducing their estrogen intakes in their diet and personal care products.

 Sometimes you have to go more than skin deep

*Article and pic courtesy of Delgado protocol 2014

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