Case Study

Case 1: Skin health

Symtoms and Diagnosis

Apart from her skin concerns, she described her energy levels as passable but felt they could be improved. A thorough case analysis, including extensive clinical observation and iridology examination, identified several other issues: bloating, premenstrual syndrome symptoms such as headaches and sugar cravings, and signs suggesting a potential inefficiency in pancreatic enzyme production.

Treatment Approach

Our initial strategy involved implementing a specialized G.E.M.M. (Gut Ecology and Metabolic Modulation) protocol, complemented by a dairy-free diet. One month into the treatment, we introduced supplements, specifically magnesium and various B vitamins, to support her overall well-being.


The effectiveness of the treatment was evident within a short period:

3 Weeks: A significant 60% improvement in her acne was observed, with a noticeable reduction in redness. Remarkably, her bloating had also resolved, a symptom she hadn’t fully recognized previously.

6 Weeks: Her skin condition had substantially cleared, with only a few acne spots appearing during her menstrual cycle.

12 Weeks: Notably, her energy levels had increased, and she no longer experienced the afternoon energy slump. Moreover, her premenstrual syndrome symptoms had completely dissipated.

Key Insights:

  • Acne around the cheeks and jawline can often be a manifestation of hormonal imbalances.
  • Gut inflammation frequently reflects on the skin, thus highlighting the importance of gut health in achieving optimal skin condition and overall health.
  • Targeted supplementation can be highly beneficial, particularly for women leading busy and stressful lifestyles.

This case underscores the intricate link between gut health and skin condition and demonstrates the efficacy of a holistic treatment approach in resolving not just the symptoms but also addressing the underlying causes.

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