Holistic Gut and Skin Health — immune system

Are You Dehydrated? Why Water Is So Important For Your Health

Stefanie Juon

Tags immune health, immune system, nutrients, nutrition, water

Are You Dehydrated? Why Water Is So Important For Your Health

Water, water, water! Plain ol' fashioned WATER! The body uses this liquid gold in the cells, organs, and tissues to regulate body temperature, the circulation of nutrients, and the removal of wastes. Aim for half your body weight in oz daily. The type of water or the quality of water you drink is of utmost importance. First off, do not buy bottled water. It can be exposed to the blazing sun during shipment and sit on shelves for over two years allowing chemicals from the plastic to leach into the water, and who wants two-year-old water anyway? Also don't buy...


7-Day Immune Strengthening Program

7-Day Immune Strengthening Program

A done-for-you streamlined meal plan, grocery list, recipes and prep guide with awesome breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and snacks. All you need to do is follow along!


The Difference Between a Food Allergy, Sensitivity & Intolerance | IgE & IgG Food Testing

The Difference Between a Food Allergy, Sensitivity & Intolerance | IgE & IgG Food Testing
With a food allergy, your immune system causes an overreaction to proteins, triggering a histamine response and a near immediate reaction time.

A rotated diet is KEY to reducing negative responses to foods. It reduces inflammation, toxic load, hidden food sensitivities, and the prevention of developing additional sensitivities. 

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IgE Food Allergy Test

IgE Inhalant Allergy Test

IgG Food MAP with Candida + Yeast

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When Should I Start Using Anti-aging Products?

When Should I Start Using Anti-aging Products?

Now! It’s never too early to start. Anti-aging skincare should not be a long crazy regimen that consumes all your time or empties your wallet every month. Here are the basics for keeping your skin young and healthy throughout the years.


The Gut-Skin Connection or The Gut-Skin Axis

The Gut-Skin Connection or The Gut-Skin Axis

Just like the gut there are trillions of bugs that make up the skin microbiome or flora, some, which are even found in the gut and vice versa.

Our skin microbiome has the ability to communicate with our immune system just as the gut does.