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Jun 02

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B-12 Vitamins

Adult Skin Problems, Acne and Rosacea
By Brazos Minshew, TriVita Chief Science Officer

In this weeks Weekly Wellness Report, I would like to address a subject I receive a lot of questions about: adult acne. Why do mature adults get pimples, and what can they do to get rid of them?

Adult acne
Adult acne is on the rise. It is estimated that up to 50 percent of women and 25 percent of men suffer from it. Interestingly, the cause for acne is the same for adults as it is for teenagers: hormones. For background, remember that hormones are merely messengers; they carry information and instructions to every cell in your body. But they are messengers that are not suppose to hang around.

The cycle of hormones is:

The body makes them
The body uses them
Then the body must get rid of them through detoxification.

If hormones linger they will cause inflammation and you will get symptoms. When a detoxification imbalance allows these potent messenger hormones to remain in the cells too long, a large number of sebaceous cells can burst and release sebum, a waxy or oily substance. In small amounts, sebum protects the skin. In large amounts, however, it blocks pores, producing infections (pimples).

Stress and acne
Chronic or acute stress can interrupt the process of making good hormones from good fats. When this happens, the energy from hormones must be redirected to solve the crisis. As part of this crisis response, hormones called androgens can be converted into inactive, inflammatory forms that are difficult to detoxify. For instance, testosterone in women and men may be converted to DHT, a known cause of adult acne and hair loss. DHT lingers in skin cells and causes them to become inflamed.

You can help correct adult acne by:

Eliminating bad fats from your diet and concentrating on good fats, like Omega-3 and evening primrose oil. Good fats make good hormones.

Protecting yourself from the effects of chronic and acute stress. Adaptogens can really help; so can meticulous blood sugar management through diet and Leanology Capsules. There is simply no substitute for stress reduction. Stress creates DHT. Prostate Formula contains herbs and nutrients that can help prevent DHT overload in both men and women. Now, I know it sounds weird for a woman to take Prostate Formula. But trust me, the herbs and nutrients do not know whether you are a male or female!

Helping your body properly detoxify hormones with Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA). These amino acids help both women and men and are found in Balanced Woman. Now, I know it sounds weird for a man to take Balanced Woman. But trust me, the amino acids do not know whether you are a female or a male!

What about rosacea?
Another skin condition common to stressed-out adults is rosacea. This may affect more than 40 million people in North America. The rose color in the skin is a direct result of blood vessels opening in response to histamines. Mast cells in the skin of the face and torso store histamines for emergencies, and release them in response to allergies, toxins or trauma, such as an injury or sunburn.

In rosacea, the mast cells burst too easily and the skin reacts as if it were under attack. Add simple stresses such as wind, caffeine or anxiety to this condition and the skin can become permanently damaged by the histamines. The blood vessels of the face may remain engorged with blood or they may even burst leaving little spider veins called erythema on the face.

To stabilize mast cells you must remove as many irritants as possible. This may include foods you are allergic to such as milk or wheat. The mast cell walls are made of good fats. So, OmegaPrime is a good way to reinforce the cell membranes and keep them from bursting too easily. Both Vitamin B-12 and Vitamin C are antihistamines. Start with three milligrams of sublingual Vitamin B-12 in the form of methylcobalamin and determine the maximum amount of Vitamin C your body can use with the Vitamin C Flush.

These are general recommendations for cosmetic skin conditions. For serious conditions, consult a dermatologist.

Take Control of Your Health

Reduce stress
20 minutes of deep breathing daily
Adaptogen 10 Plus and Leanology Capsules
Prostate Formula
Increase fats
Eliminate bad fats
Eat good fats
Take OmegaPrime daily
Improve detoxification
Eliminate foods that trigger outbreaks
Take Balanced Woman
Block histamines
Vitamin C Flush, continue using 0.75 percent of flush amount daily
Sublingual B-12, up to 3 daily

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