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Healthy Skin From Within

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If you’ve ever struggled with skin symptoms of acne, eczema, or psoriasis, you know how frustrating it can be to make sense of your flare ups.

This topic is close to my heart, and the struggle to resolve my son’s severe eczema is actually what inspired Well Connected Twin Cities in the first place (read more about that here).

I loved facilitating this conversation during one of our Thrive Thursday events hosted at the gorgeous Minneapolis Integrative Medicine Clinic in February.

Listen for expert advice from Dr. Cassie Wilder of Minneapolis Integrative Medicine Clinic, Dr. Natalia Pellegrino of Be Well Natural Medicine, and Rebecca Keyes, of Keyes Homeopathy.

Key takeaways:

  • Skin issues like acne, eczema, and psoriasis all have underlying causes, from diet and food sensitivities to hormones and gut health.
  • Uncovering potential triggers for your skin problems can be frustrating, and Naturopathic Doctors have a variety of tools and diagnostic tests available to help you get answers (and relief) faster.
  • Want to troubleshoot it yourself first? Look at foods, hormonal cycles, and stress levels. Notice what makes it better or worse. Journaling your symptoms and potential triggers (like foods) can help you see patterns.
  • Homeopathy is a very gentle way to bring the body back into balance and can help you resolve skin concerns. It treats each person as a unique individual and can help the body process hidden emotional trauma that can be causing imbalance.


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