I would treat seborrheic dermatitis the same way I treat psoriasis, Candida, SIBO, or a bacterial problem in the gut. For all of these conditions and for seborrheic dermatitis, the microbiome is out of whack. Something needs to be rebalanced.
The supplements I find most useful for seborrheic dermatitis are probiotics, digestive enzymes, multivitamins, and anti-fungal compounds. This is not surprising because many people with seborrheic dermatitis have an imbalanced gut. They may have bacterial dysbiosis or Candida. Treating seborrheic dermatitis as you would a yeast problem is quite a smart move.
You will likely experience a skin flare-up within the first two months of treatment, but then the skin clears up considerably. Adding a natural topical treatment and following a healthy diet and lifestyle will further improve the skin. Sun exposure will also help diminish seborrheic dermatitis.
If you are interested in using a supplement for seborrheic dermatitis, check out my CanXida product line. I recommend taking CanXida Remove and CanXida Restore twice a day. CanXida Rebuild should be taken once a day.
You may be saying to yourself, “Hang on a minute. Seborrheic dermatitis is not a yeast problem, it’s a skin problem.” Yes, you’re quite right. But research points to there being a gut disturbance in seborrheic dermatitis. That’s why you must eat a healthy diet when trying to manage seborrheic
dermatitis. Supplements aren’t nearly as important as the diet, but they can help.
Seborrheic dermatitis: change the diet, heal the gut, treat the skin, improve the lifestyle, and watch what happens.