Naturopathy Series

Gut Dysbiosis, Gut-Skin Axis & Skin Disease

Naturopathy Series

Gut Dysbiosis, Gut-Skin Axis & Skin Disease

Naturopathy Series

Gut Dysbiosis, Gut-Skin Axis & Skin Disease

Naturopathy Series

Gut Dysbiosis, Gut-Skin Axis & Skin Disease

Naturopathy Series

Gut Dysbiosis, Gut-Skin Axis & Skin Disease
Gut Dysbiosis, Gut-Skin Axis & Skin Disease

Naturopathic and Integrative Dermatology Series

Gut Dysbiosis, Gut-Skin Axis & Skin Disease

  • 0.5 credits

  • Free

  • AMA, AANP, CBRN

Supported by Ayush Herbs, Inc., Bio-Botanical Research Inc., Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory and Verdure Sciences
Gut Dysbiosis, Gut-Skin Axis & Skin Disease

Naturopathic and Integrative Dermatology Series

Gut Dysbiosis, Gut-Skin Axis & Skin Disease

  • 0.5 credits

  • Free

  • AMA, AANP, CBRN

Supported by Ayush Herbs, Inc., Bio-Botanical Research Inc., Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory and Verdure Sciences

About this course

General

Skill level: All levels
Release date: June 25, 2020
Expiration date: June 25, 2021

Languages

English

Accreditations

American Medical Association(AMA), American Association of Naturopathic Physicians(AANP), California Board of Registered Nursing(CBRN)

Description

The health of the gut microbiome is increasingly being shown to be an important factor in health issues. Evidence points toward an intimate relationship of the gut-skin axis which demonstrates that gut dysbiosis plays a role in the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, acne and rosacea. Antibiotic use, poor diet, and stress can contribute to an imbalance of microbes living in the gut. By addressing gut dysbiosis, research suggests that skin health may improve. Interventions that may be helpful include: probiotics, prebiotics, diet, herbal/natural antimicrobials, gut supportive nutrients, digestive factors, and stress management. Addressing gut dysbiosis (even in the absence of clinical gut-related symptoms) gives physicians another potent tool to support their patients struggling with chronic conditions like atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, acne and rosacea.

Contact Information

This activity is jointly provided by SynAptiv and LearnHealth.

Questions about CE accreditation or CE certificates related to this course, please contact us via email at yourcesource@synaptiv.org. For all other questions, please contact info@learnskin.com.