Dr. Vibhuti Rana, PhD says... The information below regarding various forms of skin disease and their connection to yeast infections is medically correct.
Your skin is the largest organ in your body and can become infected with various skin disease caused by yeast and other fungi. The skin covers and holds together all internal structures of the body. It is waterproof, yet will absorb certain chemicals. It interacts with the sun to produce vitamin D for use in the body. It releases toxins by evaporation and perspiration as well as cools the body. Much like the teeth, it will also show the overall condition of your internal system.
Your skin can show signs of many skin disease and disorders and can be an early indication that something is seriously wrong with the body.
Take for instance acne, psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, hives, and dandruff. These are all indicators that something is not right with your internal system. That some kind of toxin is being released by the skin from within the body and the body is trying to cleanse itself of these poisons.
Could it be that all of these skin conditions are caused by the food we eat and their fungal toxins?
Some of the more familiar fungal infections of the skin are jock itch, toenail fungus, and ringworm. According to C.C. Kibbler, 10 to 15% of the world’s population is infected with these systemic yeast infections. These fungi come from the soil, plants, human contact, animals, food, and air conditioning systems. I have actually seen mold growing in air conditioning systems in Las Vegas as well as in the wood in a number of houses.
These seemingly harmless fungal infections can have what is called an "id reaction" or autosensitization. For example you may have toenail fungus and then break out with a rash somewhere on your body. The rash is not caused by the toenail fungus but by the mycotoxins they release into your bloodstream
People are having fantastic results clearing skin conditions when nothing else has worked, by following the diet on this website and taking the 11-Strain probiotic powder. Some of these skin infections which are being resolved are the ones they've had for years.
Skin problems, which are seen in various forms like allergies, acnes, psoriasis, etc. are nothing but a manifestation of what’s going wrong in the internal physiology of the body.
A very recent study published in Cell Host and Microbe demonstrates that skin inflammation and atopic dermatitis is caused by immune dysregulation caused by commensal fungi Malassezia mediated by induction of interleukin 17 and related cytokines. (1)
According to Dr. Wanat, who is affiliated with the Medical College of Wisconsin, the opportunistic angio-invasive fungal skin infections can attack immunocompetent and immunocompromised individuals with equal chances. Her educative article was published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. (2)
A study conducted on the Navy personnel in Iran by surveying the skin conditions of the soldiers by dermatologists also showed that fungal infections and dermatitis are common causes of skin diseases. (3) A similar study in Vietnam demonstrated that skin infections were a major cause of anxiety/depression, affected the health related quality of life for people, especially for women. (4)
1. The Skin Commensal Yeast Malassezia
Triggers a Type 17 Response that Coordinates Anti-fungal Immunity and
Exacerbates Skin Inflammation. Cell Host & Microbe, Volume 25, Issue
3, 13 March 2019, Pages 345-347
2. Berger et al., Angioinvasive fungal infections impacting the skin: Diagnosis, management, and complications. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. Volume 80, Issue 4, April 2019, Pages 883-898.e2
3. Badri Ahari S, Hedayati H, NooriNejad F. Prevalence of Skin Diseases and Their Associated Factors among Navy in Iran: A Cross-sectional Study. J Mar Med. 2019; 1 (1) :11-17.
4. Nyugen et al., Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2019, 16(3), 305; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16030305.
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