Keratosis Pilaris is a common skin condition, often referred to as “chicken skin”and is attributed to excess Keratin in the skin that effectively plugs the skin follicle.  While not harmful to the skin, many do not like how it looks.

In today’s Q&A session, with the fabulous MerryMaker sisters, we discuss the specific nutrients that can help treat Keratosis Pilaris, as well as other nutrients that are significant for maintaining your overall skin health.

Treat Keratosis Pilaris and boost your skin health

In this 3 minute video you will learn:

  • If having Keratosis Pilaris indicates a sensitivity to gluten or a specific nutritional deficiency (45 secs).
  • What essential fatty acids (good fats) and vitamins are absolutely essential for promoting skin healing and health (1.15 secs).
  • Many skin conditions hint at a possible deficiency in this mineral; in fact many Australians are extremely deficient in it (1.25 secs).
  • What food sources of essential fatty acids are helpful for your skin and wellbeing? (1.45 secs).
  • What are some of the best ways to supplement zinc deficiency? Should we eat more traditional zinc-rich foods or use supplements? (2.15 secs).
  • The ‘casanova’ superfood that is a great go-to source for zinc supplementation ((2.30 secs).
  • Ensure you are eating plenty of these other nutrient rich foods to boost your skin health (2.40 secs).

Thanks for joining me today.

It’s always a pleasure to answer your health questions and concerns, and I look forward to bringing you more in 2016.

Be well with love,