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November 22, 2021

The Real Causes of Acne

with podcast guest

Dr. Jordan Robertson

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Dr. Jordan Robertson is a Naturopathic Doctor, author and podcaster who is taking women’s health research and making it more accessible for the everyday woman. Her mission is to create confident women’s health consumers and help women learn to take care of themselves and their families with the best research in integrative and conventional medicine.

In this episode, we talk about common misconceptions about acne, why you should view acne as a chronic condition, how hormone fluctuations in your cycle influence the development of acne, when to see natural versus conventional treatment options, and so much more!

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Highlights

  • Clearing up the most common misconception about acne
  • Understanding the chronic nature of acne
  • How hormone fluctuations throughout your cycle affect your acne
  • Growth factors that influence the development of acne
  • The connection between acne and insulin resistance
  • Do dietary restrictions help to improve acne?
  • What we can learn from the appearance and location of acne
  • When to seek testing to explore the root causes of acne
  • Jordan’s thoughts on Accutane
  • Conventional and natural solutions to consider for treating acne
  • Why you should stop blaming yourself for your acne

Resources

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