What Caused My Illness And Could It Be Emotional?

The skin is bio-individual; it reflects your every emotion and is indicative of your state of health, nutrition and lifestyle. It reflects what food you eat, how much sleep you are getting, if you are dehydrated, and your alcohol consumption. As you know, through the skin you face the world and the world sees you. Most people typically have at least one of these common classifications of skin issues: eczema, psoriasis, acne, warts, itching skin, or peeling skin. This is a symptom of a deeper root issue and we are usually told to cover it with a drug or sometimes no help at all and left very frustrated. Having such issues of vitiligo myself for over 40 years has kept me on a journey to find at least some thread of truth that is at the root cause of my skin issue. No one ever had a solution or an understanding that gave me that “ah ha” moment “yeah I think you might be on to something”. Here in the western hemisphere the idea of “you’re stuck with what you got” and “keep treating the symptoms or covering it up” just doesn’t feel right to me or acceptable because you deserve to be healthy. Here at Roots to Nutrition I feel that behind many issues is an emotion within the tissues. I am here to guide you to the deeper places within because I see and trust in the ability of the body to heal itself.

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Gut And Psychology Syndrome or GAPS

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