How the gut affects the skin
Toxins are present all around us. They are present in foods, water, plastics, pesticides, cleaning products, and personal hygiene products. Some toxins are from plants, animals, bacteria, or fungi. Toxins are any substance that causes structural and/or functional damage to the cells, tissues, or organs and may be obtained from internal or external sources. The most common toxins that lead to diseases are lead, mercury, arsenic, fluoride, mold, and formaldehyde. Here, we will address the top three toxins (heavy metals) and how they affect the gut, and ultimately, the skin.
First, let’s examine some of the most popular myths circulating in today’s media sources.
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