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310: Integrative Approach to Solving Perioral Dermatitis w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg, ND
Today we've not only got a fan favorite back on the show, we are going to talk about a topic that I've only had ONE other guest talk about- perioral dermatitis. I know firsthand from a handful of clients I've worked with that perioral dermatitis is not only frustrating because it's hard to diagnose and find the root cause, but it's embarrassing because it is a lot of times on the face. So, let's dive in! Today's guest is Dr. Julie Greenberg is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and Registered Herbalist RH(AHG) who specializes in integrative dermatology. She is the founder of The Center for Integrative & Naturopathic Dermatology Inc, a holistic clinic that approaches skin and hair problems by finding and treating the root cause. She is also the founder of RootCauseDermatology.com, a medical education website that trains functional medicine practitioners on how to treat dermatological conditions using her cutting-edge approach. Dr. Greenberg holds degrees from Northwestern University (BA), Stanford University (MBA) and Bastyr University (ND). Her research on the gut microbiome of acne patients has been published and presented at multiple conferences. She teaches dermatology classes at naturopathic medical schools and is a highly sought after speaker at conferences across the U.S. If you've ever had perioral dermatitis, how long did it take to get a diagnosis and did you find relief? Tell me what worked for you or what didn't in the comments below! In this episode: What exactly is perioral dermatitis and why does getting a diagnosis seem so unclear? Some root causes + triggers of perioral dermatitis Why Dr. Greenberg might treat perioral derm patients similar to acne patients How Malassezia, parasites, and demodex mites could be involved in PD Should you stop using fluoride or look into your oral microbiome? Some natural treatment options to consider Quotes "Malassezia is a fungal organism. It's a yeast, which is a single-celled fungal organism. It's on everybody, but sometimes it can cause skin disease. And in the acne section, we talked about acne can be both bacterial acne, that kind of classic cutibacterium acne, but it can also be fungal acne, which is like a Malassezia folliculitis." [07:42] "I have recommendations for toothpaste, mouthwash, tongue scraper, and dental flosses, because whatever's in the mouth, that oral microbiome, it is going to come out and affect around the mouth." [25:02] Links Find Dr. Greenberg online | Instagram | take her courses Healthy Skin Show 173: Malassezia: The Bug Behind Many Fungal Skin Problems w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Healthy Skin Show 149: How Staph Aureus Wrecks Your Skin w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Healthy Skin Show 220: The Gut Microbiome Of Acne [NEW RESEARCH] w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Healthy Skin Show 225: Topical Steroid Withdrawal (TSW)- Is It Just A Waiting Game? w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Healthy Skin Show 243: Functional Approach to Alopecia Areata w/ Dr. Julie Greenberg Healthy Skin Show 136: Alternative Solutions For Rosacea w/ Dr. Peter Lio Try Risewell for some great toothpaste and oral care products (no fluoride). Use HEALTHYSKINSHOW for 10% OFF!
309: Ear Inflammation + Infections (Impacting Your Sinuses, Allergies + More) w/ Dr. Haley Overstreet
Get ready to talk all about ears- everything from ear rashes to ear inflammation and ear infections! Also, this is another FIRST for The Healthy Skin Show. I've never had anyone come on to talk about ears! So, if you've had issues with your sinuses or ear drainage and wonder if it could be related to inflammation in your body, stay tuned to hear from today's guest who dives into what could be a root cause. My guest today is Dr. Haley Overstreet. She is a highly accomplished physician with a passion for improving the lives of her patients. Beginning her medical journey in Family Practice, she later embarked on a specialized path focused on allergy and sinus care in 2017. Since then, Dr. Overstreet has successfully aided numerous individuals in conquering their allergy and sinus issues using innovative treatments such as allergy drops and ExACT Immunoplasty. Her expertise extends beyond patient care, as she also serves as Chief Quality Officer for Aspire Allergy & Sinus. In this capacity, Dr. Overstreet ensures the adoption of safety measures and proper protocols across all Aspire clinics nationwide. Have you ever dealt with a major ear problem and found relief? Tell me what worked for you or what didn't in the comments below! In this episode: The different parts of the ear and how ear inflammation forms How the whole face is connected The number ONE reason patients have fluid in their middle ear Different appearances of bacterial, viral, and fungal ear infections Using antihistamines for ear problems Dr. Haley's big piece of advice- nasal rinses! Quotes "Allergies are probably the number one reason when I have a patient who has fluid in their middle ear, that's usually why." [06:01] "External ear infections are treated oftentimes with drops and those are antibiotic drops. But if those are used enough, it actually can create an environment where yeast or fungal infections can set up." [24:26] Links Find Dr. Overstreet online | LinkedIn Follow Aspire Allergy on Instagram Healthy Skin Show 291: Can You Stop Eczema, Allergies + Asthma In Kids? w/ Dr. Chris Thompson Healthy Skin Show 269: Allergy Testing: Everything You Need To Know w/ Dr. Stacy Silvers Healthy Skin Show 265: Problem with Antihistamines That No One Tells You w/ Dr. Chris Thompson, MD
PCOS (aka. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) is a complex issue impacting many out there that can cause specific skin issues! So let this be a reminder that PCOS is not just a fertility disorder because it can + does impact the entire body in ways you might not even realize. This is the first-ever episode to focus on PCOS and my guest today knows exactly how challenging it can be for women to just get a diagnosis. We're going to dive into PCOS testing, PCOS root causes, the PCOS-gut connection and of course, the PCOS-skin rash connection that is often overlooked (with the exception of acne). My guest today is Jillian Greaves. She's a Functional Dietitian and Women's health specialist, the owner of the private practice Jillian Greaves Functional Nutrition & Wellness, and the creator of the PCOS Root Reversal Program. Jillian provides comprehensive nutrition and lifestyle counseling to women, with a special emphasis on PCOS, hormone balance, and digestive health. Jillian helps clients identify and address the root causes of their hormone and digestive symptoms using advanced lab testing, personalized nutrition, and supportive lifestyle therapies as the first line of intervention. It's her mission to empower women to take back control of their health, reclaim their confidence, and experience life at its fullest potential. Have you been diagnosed with PCOS? How have you managed symptoms? Let me know in the comments below! In this episode: What is PCOS + what body systems does it impact? Common (and uncommon) PCOS symptoms How to get a clear PCOS diagnosis? (It can be HARD!) Conditions linked to PCOS (including insulin resistance + gut issues) Classic skin problems that impact women with PCOS Quotes “It's estimated that like 75% or more of women with PCOS have some degree of insulin resistance.” [08:15] “Women with PCOS have been found to have higher amounts of BPA in their body when compared to women that don't have PCOS.” [16:15] Links Find Jillian online | Instagram | Jillian's podcast Check out Jillian's FREE GUIDE: Balancing Blood Sugar For Balance Hormones Healthy Skin Show ep. 286: Is This Normal? (Rashes “Down There” + Hormones Edition) w/ Dr. Jolene Brighten
307: Daily Value on Nutrition Label is WORTHLESS (Here’s Why)
Nutrition labels should make your diet + nutrition choices easier, but sometimes they do they exact opposite. And that’s the case when it comes to the Daily Value %. Over the last few months, I’ve repeatedly seen the Daily Value % used or discussed in ways that just don’t make sense. As well as people who are afraid to take a particular supplement we might recommend to them because the Daily Value looks like an astronomical number. And that’s troubling for me as a nutrition professional who firmly believes that the Daily Value % (%DV) is misleading and, frankly, total garbage. Since these values are so confusing to people in general as well as my community, I figured it was time to set the record straight. My hope is that you’ll see how pointless this required section is on a US nutrition label + why you should never, ever bother using it as a guide for diet + nutrition choices. In this episode: Why the Daily Value on a US nutrition label should be ignored History of the Daily Value + the RDA (important context!) Concerns from industry experts about lobbyist influence over nutrition information Real life example showing why the Daily Value is worthless Huge problems with the Daily Value Quotes: What you need to know is that the RDA is supposed to be used as a metric or goal of nutrient intake specifically for healthy individuals – not those who are sick or chronically ill. The Daily Value is misleading because an amount higher than 100% could scare someone that they were potentially overconsuming that nutrient.
306: Parasites, Worms + Skin Rashes w/ Robin Foroutan, RD
Get ready for the "squirmies" if talking about worms and parasites (living INSIDE your body) makes you a bit squeamish! Parasites tend to get a bad rep, but in reality, they are a part of life. Most everyone HAS parasites already but doesn't need to do a parasite cleanse. Today's guest is the Queen of Parasites, and she gives insight on when you should consider doing a parasite and worm cleanse for your skin condition. My guest today is Robin Foroutan, a leading expert in Integrative and Functional Nutrition and holistic health. She firmly believes that the body is able to heal itself given the right conditions, which is why she offers her clients a more natural approach to health and healing. By seeking out root causes and underlying imbalances that cause symptoms, and using an advanced, natural and biological approach to address those root causes, she helps her clients create the conditions that encourages the body to heal itself. She sees clients through her virtual practice, Nutrition by Robin, and is a nutrition consultant, lecturer, and writer. Have you ever done a home parasite cleanse or gone with a practitioner? Tell me what worked (or frankly if you're just grossed out!) in the comments below! In this episode: What are parasites and what are the different types? How are parasites ignored as a root cause of symptoms? Can you test for parasites? The LONG list of symptoms connected to parasites What can go horribly wrong if you do a true parasite purge without an expert Quotes "If somebody has a fungal infection that they just can't kick, if that candida just will not quit, you have to think something else bigger is shielding the candida." [09:41] "There are periods of time that coincide with the moon cycles where parasites and worms are more active. So that's full moon, new moon. So if you are having cyclical symptoms where once or twice a month, you have a really itchy butt, your stomach is bothering you, you get a skin outbreak, or just feel exhausted or cranky or whatever... cyclical symptoms are typically infectious in nature." [10:56] Links Find Robin online | Instagram | Pinterest Healthy Skin Show ep. 129: Are Skin Rashes Caused By Parasites? Healthy Skin Show ep. 213: Stool Testing Do’s + Don’t’s For Skin Rashes Healthy Skin Show ep. 032: What's Going On Beneath Hives w/ Dr. Alan Dattner
Fed up with those skin rashes that just won't go away? Join clinical nutritionist, skin rash expert, and eczema warrior Jennifer Fugo to explore alternative ways to look at your frustrating skin conditions. Together, we'll dive deep to empower and inspire you to see your symptoms from a totally different perspective.
Each episode tackles a wide range of chronic skin rash issues including (but not limited to) eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, vitiligo, and seborrheic dermatitis. We pull back the curtain to dish on nutrition, diet, root causes, detoxification, lifestyle changes and even innovative published research that doesn't seem to trickle down to your doctor.