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While some dermatologists say diet doesn’t affect your skin, the truth is that how well you eat can show clearly on your face. Learn more about nutrition for skin health here.

Fukushima Radiation, Cavities, and Liver Disease
Today, we're discussing an update on the Fukushima radiation. Plus other topics such as the truth about eating too much meat and naturally healing cavities.
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5 Uncommon Uses for Probiotics
Our understanding of how probiotics work is evolving. Here are five different uses for probiotics that are a bit unconventional but may be quite effective.
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RHR: New IBS-FODMAP Research, Overtraining and Acne, and Treating Alopecia Areata
Today we're discussing new IBS-FODMAP research, food allergies and testing for inflammation and how to overcome alopecia areata naturally. Plus more!
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Headaches, Hives, and Heartburn: Could Histamine Be the Cause?
Many popular foods are capable of causing symptoms in certain people, including migraines, hives, acid reflux, and nasal congestion. These symptoms could indicate a little known but not uncommon cause of food intolerance: histamine intolerance.
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Bioidentical Hormones, Acne Scars, and Heavy Metal Toxins
In this exclusively Q&A episode, I answer your questions on bioidentical hormones, acne scars, heavy metal toxicity and more.
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The Gut-Skin Connection: How Altered Gut Function Affects the Skin
Researchers suspected a link between gut and skin health a long time ago. Modern research has confirmed the importance of the relationship.
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Nutrition for Healthy Skin: Silica, Niacin, Vitamin K2, and Probiotics
In this final installment, I will discuss the benefits of four more nutrients that can play an important role in improving the look and feel of one’s skin.
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Nutrition for Healthy Skin: Vitamin E, Pantothenic Acid, and Selenium
In this installment, we're going to look at three more nutrients beneficial for skin health: vitamin E, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5).
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Nutrition for Healthy Skin: Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Biotin, and Sulfur
Contrary to what many conventional doctors and dermatologists may believe, nutrition plays a critical role in the health of your skin.
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