Yesterday flew by for us as we were non-stop getting things back to normal around here.
I was listening to more podcasts that got me rethinking some things about my own personal diet. I made Lori listen to some parts of the podcast over our coffee talk as I wanted to get her thoughts on what was said. Some of the information discussed in the podcast we have heard before; however, it is also good to hear the information again. Sometimes it hits you differently the second time you hear it.
This is the podcast I was listening to about digestive health.
Diet can be so confusing, especially for those that have some sort of skin or digestion issue. One thing that I have realized over the years is lowering stress and keeping a food journal are essential to the healing process. Lori and I still have a lot of unanswered health questions but we are more and more hopeful each day that those questions will get answered. Or maybe we will never know the answers and we are okay with that too.
We love getting readers questions as it helps us connect more with our purely twins family.
Today we are answering two different readers questions in our purely talk video.
How to help dry skin and eczema, thoughts on hormones and carbs, and did the paleo diet help or hurt my eczema.
Sorry for Jax interrupting the video at times. What can we say vizslas are velcro dogs And we love him even though it can be a little annoying when we are trying to work.
We hope in the video to bring some relief or tips that may help you with your skin issue. We want to let you know that you are not alone, that we are or have suffered too.
But the great thing is – the body wants to heal. It can heal when given the proper time and attention.
Any other questions please comment below.
Things discussed in video:
- inflammation and eczema
- supplements to help with dry skin
- oils to put on dry skin
- carbs and hormones (getting a period)
- what parts of our health was helped from going paleo
- did paleo make hurt Michelle’s eczema
- gut flora
- and no one diet for everyone
Books and Resources:
Biggest things to remember try different things, keep experimenting, and document everything as you never know when you will need to reflect back on your journey to help answer a difficult question.
Like always we will continue to share any health/skin news with you.
Thank you for the continued love and support. And for tips and suggestions that you provide us! We love hearing from our purely twins family.
Do you suffer from dry skin? If so, what has helped you overcome that?
What supplements or products you’ve felt that made the biggest difference in your skin health?