itchy skin

Itchy Skin? You MUST Read This (SHOCKING!)

If you’ve ever experienced the itching or burning of a skin condition like eczema or dermatitis, you know that it can drive you absolutely crazy. 

Add to that the embarrassment from the red, scaly patches that can ooze or become crusty… and the nights of disrupted sleep because the itching JUST WON’T STOP and you have a recipe for total misery. 

Unfortunately, the more than 35 million Americans suffering from this chronic condition know just what I’m talking about. 

But the news is about to get worse…  

Because research shows that your skin condition is actually a big red warning sign of a major problem in your body.  

And trust me, you don’t want to ignore this one. 

If you go to your doctor looking for relief from your incessant itching, nine times of out ten (or maybe ten out of ten!), she’ll send you home with a prescription for topical cortisone cream. 

Sure, it’ll take care of the problem… temporarily. 

But it will ALWAYS come back. 

That’s because the itchy, red, scaly skin that goes along with skin conditions like eczema isn’t the problem… it’s a symptom of the problem.  

And that’s actually great news.  

Because if you heed that warning sign, you can take care of the underlying problem and get rid of your drive-me-crazy itch. 

The REAL problem is often with your liver. 

Your liver has a lot of important jobs in your body – one of the key ones being to break down and eliminate toxins from your body. 

But if your liver has had to work overtime for too long, it can become tired and sluggish, and it starts to fall down on the job. 

When your liver doesn’t do its job, your body looks for other ways to get rid of all those harmful toxins—and all too often, the easiest exit is through your skin. 

Studies show that fatty liver has been specifically linked to eczema. This is a condition that used to be associated with heavy drinking, but eating too much junk food for too long can contribute to the same harmful condition (it’s called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease). 

NAFLD often goes hand-in-hand with metabolic syndrome, a condition that increases your risk of heart attacks and strokes. And if you don’t address it, it can progress cirrhosis.  

Many doctors will tell you that NAFLD doesn’t have many warning signs… but your skin would beg to differ. 

If you’re suffering from a chronic skin condition, start making changes to your diet today to support your liver health.  

It can be as simple as cutting out processed, sugar-laden, saturated-fat loaded foods, and eating more fruits, vegetables, and lean meats. 

And start taking a supplement like milk thistle. Studies prove that it helps support liver function (helping repair toxin-induced liver damage)—plus it’s also beneficial for rosacea, psoriasis, and eczema. 

Imagine that!