JESSICA FONTENEAU NUTRITION UK
Blood sugars and continuous blood sugar monitors are all the rage and for good reason. Maintaining a stable blood sugar level isn’t just vital for metabolic health and weight, but also plays a key role in maintaining healthy skin and a normal functioning gut.
This article will explore the connections between stable blood sugars and both skin and gut health and will provide practical tips to achieve and maintain this important balance:
The role of stable blood sugars
Before we go into the detail of blood sugar and skin and gut health, here’s a quick overview of how important blood sugars are, so that we put it all in context.
Simplistically, blood sugar is our main source of energy, and we get it primarily from eating carbohydrates which our digestive system then breaks down to glucose. This then enters our blood stream and provides energy to cells. Stable blood sugars are vital for lots of reasons, but here are the most cited ones:
Blood sugars and skin health
There are several ways that blood sugars can have an impact on skin health including:
Blood sugars and gut health
Blood sugars and gut health aren’t usually associated by most people; however, high blood sugar levels can influence:
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I’m Jessica Fonteneau, the Eczema and Digestive Health Nutrition Expert. I’ve worked with hundreds of clients to help them change their diets, better manage their flares, and find relief.
My vocation is to help those with eczema and digestive issues, because I have suffered with these interlinked conditions since I was 6 months old, and I truly know what it is like to experience these debilitating conditions.
Every client I have ever worked with has their own triggers and ideal nutrition. There is no such thing as ‘one-size-fits-all’. Whether you work with me one-to-one or use my guided tools, my objective is to help you uncover what works best for you, so that you take back control and experience relief.
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