Seborrheic dermatitis is linked with both inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). In my experience, many people with seborrheic dermatitis have bloating, gas, or some other problem with their gut.
If the gut is in great shape, the skin will be in great shape. Most of the patients we see with psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema, and acne have some type of underlying GI dysfunction. You can go to Google, and there are thousands of studies that support that connection.
Poor skin reflects a disturbed gut. An unhealthy gut can also be associated with poor joints, weak muscles, impaired cognition, low mood, and the list goes on.
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If you have both a gut problem and seborrheic dermatitis, fix the gut problem. Take a supplement that is going to clean up the bugs in your stomach. Take something to improve digestion and allow beneficial bacteria to increase. Once this happens, not only will your seborrheic dermatitis improve, but your total health will improve.
Fixing your gut will go a long way towards establishing a beautiful microbial skin balance and radiant-looking skin.