Digestion and Your Skin

December 22, 2016

Digestion and Your Skin

How Your Gut Affects Your Skin

There are many systemic reasons we suffer from skin issues: from acne to rosacea, to premature aging, muscle weakness, excessive oiliness or dryness or lack luster appearance in general. Very few individuals are blest with translucent flawless skin that stays that way after their 20s. Genetics are usually the most obvious to blame, with environmental challenges a close second.

The greater truth is far more complex than just your genes and environment, and the fight against all skin dysfunctions can be greatly alleviated or, at best, improved with good eating practices. We are what we eat. But in this age of processed, convenient foods combined with a culture that indulges in over-eating, we are now finding ourselves in a bit of a pickle. No pun intended.

Getting Back to Your Skin Though

Our skin is a reflective barometer of our systemic health. Benedetta was created to support our skins immunity with thoughtfully formulated preparations that adhere to the same principles as the ones we apply to the food we eat. This is true and evident in our products longevity and those fortunate enough to start early. Our internal approach to youthfulness and radiance is the paramount key to skin's systemic longevity. I thought it a good time during this Holiday Season to share the following information regarding gut health. This basic information on two important supplemental aids for our digestive health, Enzymes and Probiotics, will, in my opinion, prove to benefit most of us.

The Importance of Digestive Enzymes and Probiotics for a Healthy Gut
The adage “you are what you eat” is true in every sense of the word. We’ve all experienced that uncomfortable feeling after we have just eaten a nice meal at one point or another. It starts with feeling full and tired and then might lead to heartburn, bloating, gas, or constipation. Your gut is home to trillions of bacteria that help digest food properly while dispersing nutrients throughout your body. These uncomfortable and often embarrassing symptoms can easily be prevented when you strengthen your body with probiotic and digestive enzyme supplements.

Improve Your Health With Supplements

Did you know that up to seventy percent of your immune system “lives” in your gut? When we do not have enough good bacteria compared to bad bacteria, we suffer from digestive ailments and discomfort. We are all exposed to stress, bad eating habits, chemicals and environmental toxins, as well as heavy metals that compromise our digestive systems. There is actually a way to avoid the risks caused by these factors with one simple trick. An alternative to maintain optimal health and a balanced pH in your gut is to maintain the level of digestive enzymes with the consumption of probiotic and enzyme supplements.

Why Are Digestive Enzymes Important?

We often think of bacteria as a negative organism in our body, but some bacteria are actually good for your gut. They help break down food and disperse nutrients where needed. Some foods actually already contain these helpful bacteria, such as yogurt, kefir, kombucha, kimchi, and many more. However, unless you are a health food nut, you may not eat these types of food on a regular basis. This is why substituting these foods with different probiotic and digestive enzyme supplements can be so essential to your overall health and well-being.

How Digestive Enzymes Work

What you have always heard about eating raw foods is true - the more raw foods you eat, the more easily your body can break down foods to obtain the nutrients needed. This is the direct response of digestive enzymes that break down foods easily so that you don’t experience those uncomfortable feelings in your stomach. Raw foods actually contain natural enzymes that make digestion easier, but refined foods lack these important enzymes. You can actually strengthen your immune system and sustain the health of your gut and digestive system by promoting the growth of digestive enzymes through supplementation. With the daily consumption of probiotic and digestive enzyme supplements, you can reduce the amount of symptoms that you experience from the foods you eat by increasing the amount of healthy bacteria in your gut that break down food for nutrients.

The Science Behind Probiotics

Rebuild your body’s natural barrier against dangerous organisms and chemicals with probiotics that promote the functions of your intestinal inner lining. They can actually produce essential nutrients like vitamins B and K and work to fuel digestion with the production of enzymes like lactase, protease, and amylase. When probiotic and enzyme supplements are taken, they complement the effects in the body to help you reach and maintain optimal health. In essence, probiotics work in synergy with digestive enzymes, which means that you can even increase your resistance to infection and a wide range of health conditions that occur with age. Have faith in probiotic and digestive enzyme supplements that can restore the balance in your gut as well as cellular communications to increase the population of healthy bacteria compared to unhealthy bacteria so that you don’t experience uncomfortable symptoms ever again!





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