Have You Considered the Root Cause of Your Rosacea May Be Found in Your Gut?

For people with rosacea, symptoms can often go beyond the hallmark red rash that is visible on the face. The discomfort of tenderness, swelling of the cheeks, pimples on the cheeks, forehead, and chin can interfere with daily life. Because this condition is confined to the face it can come as a surprise to sufferers that their gut health may a primary cause of this condition.

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Are You Tired of Dealing With the Face Rash and Itchiness Related to Rosacea?

What makes rosacea especially difficult to deal with is that it occurs on a very visible part of the body, the face. The frustration of having to live life with rosacea as a chronic condition can be disheartening for someone who is self-conscious about the physical symptoms.

Some of the typical treatments for rosacea include avoiding triggers like alcohol, sunlight, or spicy foods. Likewise, some may be advised to go on a treatment of antibiotics but even these may not be effective and one would need to be on them for several weeks to know if they are of help. Physical treatments, gels, and laser surgery are also options but can have unwanted side effects or be quite invasive.

The treatments above can be useful to those who are wanting some relief from their rosacea; however, they do not address the underlying root cause of this skin issue. A better solution would help prevent rosacea at the outset.

Learn Why Your Rosacea May Not Be Going Away

What many people don’t realize is that so much of what is happening with their bodies and particularly their skin can be related to their diet and gut health. Dr. Greenberg, ND has spent years educating her patients on the relationship between rosacea and gut health.

For example, many rosacea patients already have additional gut health issues such as Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth), IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), and IBD (irritable bowel disease like Ulcerative Colitis or Crohn’s Disease.)

Dr. Greenberg, ND has compiled an up-to-date educational course to help you understand the root causes of rosacea. This is the same information that her patients have found so helpful and she is making it available to anyone wanting to learn more about their rosacea. For those wanting answers and seeking to make the connection between the gut microbiome and the skin on their face, this is an excellent course that will help you gain those insights.


Please note that there are no treatment plans given in any of these videos.

Legally, Dr. Greenberg, ND can only give medical advice and treatment plans to people who are her patients, so she cannot give medical advice or treatments as part of these videos.

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