Winter can wreak havoc on your skin — making it dry, itchy, and irritated. And it can feel like there’s no escape: Cold, blustery conditions outside can leave your skin feeling raw, while indoor heat zaps moisture from the air and from your skin.
In this podcast, Dr. J and Dr. Evan are talking about skin problems that you might encounter during this season. There are many simple ways to combat the causes of dry winter skin and help keep your skin feeling moist and supple all season long, including some easy changes to your everyday routine.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani
In this episode, we cover:
0:23 Skin Issues
4:43 Detox Pathways
22:00 Humidity Issues
24:07 Proper Digestion
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: We are live. It's Dr. J here in the house with Evan Brand. Evan, hope you had a great new year great holiday season so far. Today we're going to be diving into skin issues dealing with skin issues coming the wintertime, all the different things that may happen due to dryness, cold. Lots of sweets from the holidays in the New Year's all that stuff. Let's dive in man. How you doing?
Evan Brand: Doing well. Happy New Year to you. Happy New Year to everybody. This is the first podcast of 2021 Hooray, we need to like clap for a minute. Yeah, exciting. 2021 All right. So skin issues. While I was telling you about my daughter, Jenna, my little 1- 19 month old, she was having some really dry skin on the back of her arms and legs. And so we've done a couple of things to help her which is pretty cool. So I'll share that right off the bat and then we'll dive into some more root cause stuff. So we really upped up her fish oil we were giving her about it was two squirts of a liquid and it was a professional version so I don't remember the milligrams but we just doubled their dose so we just kind of doubled her doubled the normal dose of omegas and that seems to help especially if we think what's happening is like a keratosis Polaris, which is a common situation. And then secondly, we did a babo botanicals brand and it was called a colloidal oatmeal lotion and it was fragrance free. And it's mainly just like shea butter. We tried coconut oil topically that's always kind of my first go to for skin issues, but it didn't touch it. It didn't help it at all. But when we got this Colloidal Oatmeal Babo Botanical product, it was a game changer. And no This podcast is not sponsored by them. But hey, if you want to sponsor us reach out to great product above to share it with more people.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Very cool. Very cool. So we have the keratosis Polaris, which is where the [inaudible] and kind of just accumulates in the pores and, and you can get this bumpy chicken skin feeling usually like on the back of the arms on the button stuff, right? Is that what you're referring to?
Evan Brand: Yeah, that's right.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Yeah, you're saying that the omega threes really helped that omega threes really make a difference and help improve the extra keratin deposits in the pores?
Evan Brand: Yeah, my wife had it too real bad when we first started dating and we've got around like, two to four grams a day of omegas and her back her arms feel perfectly smooth now. I mean, of course we got her gut better, we got her diet better, but I honestly think the biggest factor the biggest variable was the omegas.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Yeah, the extra omega threes can make a big difference. Also good zinc, extra zinc too can also help. That's really good to know. So we also talk about skin diet plays a big role. So we have to kind of rule out things like gluten extra refined sugar can feed yeast and bacteria and these things can produce, you know various mycotoxins or endotoxins that can put stress on the liver in the body and you may see the skin reacting as a means to that you may see skin issues and breakouts as a means of that. Also, large amounts of sugar can cause insulin which can cause insulin surges, which can cause extra sebum and sebum, can cause can feed bacteria on the skin which can create more acne and more skin inflammation. Also, things like gluten can potentially drive autoimmune reactions like eczema, psoriasis, potentially even rosacea issues. So you got to look at dairy you got to look at gluten, you got to look at refined sugar that could be driving a lot of that insulin that could be feeding a lot of the microbe was the fungal the yeast, the bacterial overgrowth, which can obviously affect the skin too.
Evan Brand: Yeah, yeah. So what about eggs? I think that's important to mention, too. I personally feel that pulling out eggs is a good strategy for people if they're unsure of what's happening with their diet and reactions, that eggs may be a culprit. And then also, conventional dairy. I know that was a big culprit for me. I would like to cheat on it a little bit and do like some grass fed cheese every once in a while but then even that sometimes I'll notice a skin reaction to it.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Yeah, so eggs could definitely be a role. So for unknown I'd probably want to go autoimmune out of the gates, no grains, legumes, dairy, nuts, seeds, nightshades or eggs and keep the sugar down just so we're not overfeeding bacteria and yeast which could be causing skin issues like I mentioned earlier. So that kind of be a first step. I always want to look at omega threes, right? Because that can help to KP the keratosis Polaris that can also just help inflammation. Your skin needs really good healthy fats. So if you're a female and a lot of your skin issues tend to be more based around your cycle. I tend to like fats like borage or black currant seed oil, which are GLA omega six fats, a good omega six, but it can these kind of omega six like GLA fats can really help decrease a lot of the sebum and a lot of the stuff that may clog the pores of the skin. So I do like a lot of the black currant seed oil can be very, very helpful for women's skin issues. That's excellent out of the gates. Usually women tend to help it more but if you're a guy and you'd have more of the KP or the bumps, that's where really up in the omega threes can make a big, big difference.
Evan Brand: Yeah, awesome. How about detox pathways? Maybe we should mention that I think just supporting the liver I've seen personally, especially with kids, when we see skin issues will come in with some liver support. If it's a kid who can't take pills, we'll give them some kind of a liquid liver support tincture and I've noticed a big difference especially under the eyes, you know, if we're talking scan, we're not just talking like bumps on the arms. We're not just talking acne, we're talking possibly like dark circles under the eyes. That's often at least in Chinese medicine, they say dark circles under the eyes, his liver, and I've actually noticed that correlate quite well. When we bring up liver support dark circles under the eyes go away. So if you're a woman, every morning, you're doing your makeup. And here you are doing your powder foundation or whatever the heck you're putting on under your eyes. You might not have to do that if you just support your liver. It's funny how women, they can just cover stuff up with makeup, but man, we're not going to cover up it. So we're going to see the dark circles, we need to treat it root cause we're not just going to, you know, put some powder on it.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Oh, yeah. And so with the we call allergic shiners, so what you see is a lot of lymphatic pooling, so you have a lot of lymph in the face area. And a lot of times what you see is the pooling of the lymph right under the eyes. And a lot of times that's going to be food allergies, just go on Google type in allergic shiners, okay. And that's a lot of times because of it's not like an aging thing. It's a lot of lymphatic stress because of certain foods. So like I mentioned, cut a lot of those big foods out, see how much that helps decrease the lymphatic pool. And you can also do things to support the lip, right? You can do rebounding, you can do whole body vibration, you can drink ginger, or burdock tea or essiac tea, things that naturally bright clover tea, red roots, etc. Things are naturally support the limp that can be helpful. But if you're doing that, and you're still eating foods that are inflammatory, that may still kind of counteract it. So ideally, you know, support the limp and cut out some of those commonly offending foods that may really help decrease that pooling underneath the eyes.
Evan Brand: That's smart. I didn't know the the food connection there with the allergies. So what about the darkness? Do you think that's tied into any kind of toxicity? Or do you think just with the lymph in general, it's just going to appear dark just because it's stagnant no matter what.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Yeah, I mean, a lot of that just has to do with the length. I mean, we'll pull up a couple pictures here in a minute. But anytime you really increase an immune response, you're going to just get more lymphatic pooling, and you're going to see it underneath kids eyes, or Yeah, it's interesting on kids, and you also see it in, in adults too. But you know, it's people put they go to the spa, you put a cucumber over it. Why? Because the cucumber telling tends to help disperse a lot of that lymphatic fluid. That's the reason why. And let me pull up a Google image here so you guys can see.
Evan Brand: And sometimes it's dark. And then sometimes it's bags too. Oh, yeah. Yes. You look at the one to the left, though with the little girl. That one. No, go to the second one there. That's what I'm used to seeing with people. Yeah, just that kind of darkness.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Yeah, I mean, it just has to do with the increased blood flow and lymphatic pooling. It's really what it is. Wow. And just cutting that out can make a big, big, big, big difference.
Evan Brand: Yep. I wonder if there's, there's got to be a histamine connection to this too.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Yeah, I mean, anytime you have a food allergy response, part of a allergenic response is going to be histamine at so-
Evan Brand: Oh go back up, go back up on the top there on that screen. The very top of there, it said, Oh, this is interesting. So it was talking about indoor allergens. So mold could be a trigger of the allergic shiners, too. I never even thought about that.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Yeah, I mean, anytime you breathe stuff into that sinus cavity, right? Whether it's outdoor allergens, like dander or cedar or things like that, grass pollens, right of course, those can be a big role. But you know, you can see right here what causes it, right. So what happens is the the tissues and the blood vessels in the nose become swollen and a lot of excess fluid happens. People don't understand when you have a histamine reaction. And a lot of times that causes things to vasal dilate. So these blood vessels get swollen, so you get a lot more blood, you get a lot more lymphatic flow, you get a lot more immune reaction. And that's why all that stuff sends a pool right there because all that the sinus cavity kind of coming together right in this T zone here.
Evan Brand: There you go. Look at that pollution and perfume and other irritants. So women if there's any left listening to the podcast, it's still wear perfume. Stop doing that. That's so bad. Do essential oils if you want to smell.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Exactly. If you want a nice scent do a good really good essential oil, do a lavender do a.. see trying to think of a bunch of other feminine herbs or feminine essential oils if you're a guy do rosewood or do cedar keep it really simple. You know there's a couple of really good blends that are out there that I like Frankincense is a pretty good neutral one. You know, I just tend to rely on my nice essential oil based deodorant tends to be really clean and, and works well. But yeah, so you want to not put in, rub toxins on your skin, toxins on the fragrances, all of that can affect bags under the eyes. All of that can affect your skin too, because it's going to just create more toxicity, more stress on your liver in your body. Now getting back to the hormone stress, if we have more, let's say detoxification problems that could create issues because if we have estrogen dominance, right, well we have high levels of androgens as a female, right high levels of estrogen estrogen dominance, and it can be low estrogen, but it's just higher relatively speaking than progesterone, right? That ratio is off that 20 to 25 to one progesterone, estrogen often maybe it's 10 to one or 15 to one That ratio starts to skew that could put more stress on the liver. And if you have estrogen issues that can be a problem. A lot of women when they consume too much refined carbohydrates and inflammatory foods, they tend to convert more of their estrogens to androgens, testosterone, right stauss rounds and androgen, it's in the androgen umbrella, right. And those can cause like I mentioned a lot more sebum and more skin issues and more acne that way, and then having prostaglandin imbalances prostaglandin two, which is more inflammatory. Having them one in three supported with a lot of those good fats, like I mentioned, are going to be helpful. So you're going to really help a lot of the inflammatory pathways with good fish oils, you're also going to help prostaglandin one and three, which are going to help with the skin with the black currant seed and the borage oil. So those can be very helpful too.
Evan Brand: Good Good call. Also, when we're coming in with detox support, you mentioned estrogen we're going to come in with like some phase two detoxification support anyway, so we may come in with something to help with glucuronidation, maybe some calcium D glucose rates, so you wouldn't think of it like your average person, maybe even a naturopath or a functional Doc's probably not even going to think calcium D glue, great for skin issues. But if you think that the mechanism of helping with estrogen dominance, it may be a game changer. And then let's go into the infections a bit. I–
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Also calcium lucre could help with some mold too, because it was any mold exposure that could also help by enough to mold too.
Evan Brand: Totally, yeah, binders plus a little calcium D glue. Great. I think you're on your way. Let's Let's hit on infections. I'm surprised you and I haven't brought this up here we are this far. And we haven't thought about infections. I mean, that was a big one for me. I think my face was already better. But I was still suffering quite a bit when you and I first became friends my skin was still not very good because of all my gut infection history.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: I think you were also still consuming some higher quality dairy that may have been a problem. So some people that are doing a lot of cheese or like milk even if it's raw. Right and good quality, you may still have a problem with that even if it's really good clean dairy. Usually butter or ghee tends to be okay because there's less casein less lactose in there almost none. But if you're doing other stuff, it could be a problem. Was that an issue? Evan? Do you remember the dairy being a problem?
Evan Brand: Man, you remember Central Market and all their amazing cheeses I would do some of those grass fed organic cheeses. It wasn't often though I'll be honest, it would maybe be like a chunk of cheese every few days or so. But I think even that was too much for me.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Yeah, and you know, I tell you I can do well with butter or ghee, but I do not do well with milk or cheese as well. What happened is gassy, tend to get loose stools and then skin issues will tend to manifest shortly after for sure. So even high quality dairy not that good. Now the fat based dairy, right? Butter and ghee tends to be different because it's primarily 99% fat. There's very little casein, very little lactose, which is the sugar in dairy. And so of course, gese even cleaner than butter because there's virtually zero casein versus virtually zero. lactose in there. So I tend to be a lot better.
Evan Brand: I mean, it's curious. How do you do with whey protein? Are you okay with it?
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Yeah, I do. Okay, with wakers weighs 99% casein and lactose free? Mm hmm. Yeah. tends to be a lot better. Yeah, I do okay with it. My favorite is gonna be collagen, you know, high quality grass fed collagen peptides. So I do my true collagen blend, which works great. Because there's really it's it's in a peptide form. So there's no other larger proteins in there. It's really clean and well broken down. So that tends to do my powder standpoint does really well.
Evan Brand: Awesome. All right. Well, let's just talk a couple minutes about infections. I think this is an important part to consider if you have skin issues, I've worked with countless small children and teenagers and we always are going to look at the potential for infections. There's nothing in particular, I'm not going to say hey, it's got to be blasto. Or it's got to be this or that. I would just say in general, any type of dysbiosis bacterial overgrowth SIBO Candida H. pylori, the whole party that usually happens together is going to be a potential. And I think the one of the big mechanisms here is just to reduce stomach acid by the H. pylori. So I think enzymes to fix the skin are also another important strategy we're going to implement.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Anytime we have indigestion and our protein and our fat and carbohydrate molecules of the food that we're eating are larger and are broken down. You're going to have intolerances, foods not going to be broken down all the way. And those large globules, proteins, fats, etc, can get into the bloodstream create more immune reaction, also, there's going to be a fermentation that happens when those food molecules are not broken down all the way and that can create bacterial overgrowth. And we know hydrochloric acid does have a way of being disinfected in a way it really decreases. bacteria and yeast flow to the intestines. And if we have low levels of acid, it's kind of like missing the natural disinfectant on your table. Right? That you know that can help clean things up in your body so that that's definitely a real thing there. And the other component i would say is being because we were kind of talking about the holidays and Christmas is it can get very dry in the wintertime and a lot of places in this country. And so having a really clean moisturizer can be helpful. Now it depends So we're just talking about, you know, person with dry skin, we may just choose a really, really good clean shea butter, or coconut oil or just a really clean, moisturizing product from a high quality company. And you can use skin deep cosmetic database Environmental Working Group database to look at healthy skin products that have really good ingredients in there. I like to use the Marie Veronique products. I like their lipid barrier complex and their barrier restore serum. They work amazing. I use that on my skin. And I had one child that had eczema, he's kind of gotten over it, he's done really well. We've kind of cleaned out the his diet and his mom's diet too. So things like salicylates could be a potential problem outside of just your autoimmune foods. And then we use a really clean, hypoallergenic moisturizer called Vannapply. Again, it's not anything like nutritious for the skin. But sometimes when the skin's inflamed, immunologically, from an autoimmune skin issue, sometimes the skin just needs moisture and not things that could potentially stimulate the immune system. So sometimes a clean thing like that can be very helpful. So that applies very good. There's another product called La Roche-Posay, I'll pull it up, it's a French brand of a moisturizer. And that works very good, as well as providing just really good moisture. And then sometimes we may have to change the environment, sometimes it gets very, very dry, you know, 20, to 20%. And humidity, we may have to add a humidifier into the kid's room or into the adults room to get a little bit more humidity in the room. The big X Factor is don't just leave it on non stop, because you can actually create mold it with a humidifier if it's unchecked, unchecked Uncharted. So you have to make sure that if you're adding humidity to the room, it's for a season, it's for a reason it's for a short period of time. And you may want to have a humidity detector in the room just to make sure you don't get above you know, 50% where mold could grow.
Evan Brand: Yeah, you know what I was thinking I've never seen it, maybe it exists, it'd be cool to have a humidifier that actually has an hygro hygrometer built in. So like you could set your for you know, 40% and then you're pumping humidity in and then it hits 40 and shuts off. That'd be super cool.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: I 100% agree. Yep.
Evan Brand: So I think the x layer would be good too for just to implement this as a tangent, not related to skin. But the xylitol spray for the sinuses are is awesome too, because that can help moisturize it. And the next layer is kind of a good, natural antimicrobial, if you will, it can help a little bit with the sinus cavity. But yeah, back to the skin. So how we're going to investigate this was peoples, we're going to start with diet, we're going to come in and say, probably remove the eggs, definitely get off the dairy, get off the gluten. And then we're going to come in and do stool testing, we're going to do urine organic acids. So we can look at all the different bacteria that may not show up. You see, sometimes what happens I had to happen last week, we had a guy who, on the organic acids, he looked pretty good. There wasn't any kind of bacterial overgrowth evidence, but when we got to his stool test, he had Prevotella and klebsiella, and all sorts of bacteria off the chart. And so if someone's on an extreme budget, maybe one test would be sufficient. But in most cases, we're going to try to get the full picture because it's hard to make a puzzle complete if you don't have all the pieces. And so that's really why we're gonna want to look at multiple things. And then as you mentioned environment, we're going to factor that into, and then potentially improving the indoor air quality. So what if you are having some sort of an allergic reaction to your environment, whether it's mold or dander, pollen, or whatever, something like a really good charcoal filled air filter, it's going to be a game changer, possibly putting charcoal in your body, you know, supplementing with binders, and then addressing any infections we see supporting the liver bumping up omegas. I think stress has a factor. We talked about hormones, we talked about the estrogen we talked about glucuronidation. I think those are really the main variables. Do you think we're missing anything else?
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: No, I think we hit it pretty well. My only other component is if you have eczema or psoriasis, and your skin's overly dry and you're trying to get the dryness down while you're fixing the root issue. I mentioned the vanapply vanicream product being good. And the other one was the La Roche-Posay, and it's the lipikar balm is a nice one. It's just a lot of moisture, which can decrease a lot of the dryness and then when the dryness is decreased, that decreases the itching and when the aging is decreased, that can help decrease a lot of the inflammation. But you have to make sure a lot of people when the eczema psoriasis kind of Facebook groups because I follow a lot of them just to read what they're doing. They want a magic solution. They want something to rub on their skin and have it all go away. But that's never how it is. So you typically have to get to the underlying issue with foods and guts stuff too. So make sure if you do something that's a lotion that's topical, make sure you're not ignoring the internal stuff.
Evan Brand: Well that one sounds so fancy. It's got to be good just based on the way you pronounce the name of it.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: I know like a nice little long French name there with the Amazon links in the description so you guys can access it. And then you mentioned the other one that had the oatmeal in there. That was really clean. What was the product?
Evan Brand: Yeah, I'll give it the link to it it's like a there's like a kid's, like fragrance free version. It's like a colloidal oatmeal product.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: It began with a B right?
Evan Brand: Yeah Babo. Yeah let me look I've got it here. I was like colloidal oatmeal lotion and this stuff is awesome I tell him my wife's like honey this look at look at her skin and I was feeling these areas on our little girl's skin like man it's it's crazy and yeah here it is nine bucks can't beat it. So it's called Babo Sensitive Hydra lotion, Chamomile Calendula. And then like I said, it's got the colloidal oatmeal, I'll put you the link in the I'll put it in your chat here if you want to look at it.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: And is there any worries at all with that due to gluten sensitivity in the oats?
Evan Brand: I don't think so. We haven't seen any type of issue. I know there's a possibility. You've got that Avena Sativa Kernel Flour. So it does have the oat flour in there. I mean, if I thought that was some autoimmune possibility, we may stay away with it. But it's a pretty rare situation. I've only seen a few people where we thought that they were going to be sensitive enough to it, you know that we should pull it out or find something without oats I'm not doing like oatmeal bass or anything like that, you know, this is just like the the spot of maybe a quarter at most on the areas and that's like maybe once a day, if that issues-
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: -any kind of here and there to kind of knock it down. It's not like a staple.
Evan Brand: No, no, no, we're not lathering her in it or anything. It's just like a spa treat is is all we're using it for. I know some people get crazy with lotions or lathering the whole thing. Now I think I'd probably stay away in that case, but for spa treats, probably. Okay,
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: That's smart. Excellent. I think we hit a lot of good skin stuff. Today we talked about some of the hormone stuff with female hormones. We talked about some of the androgen component and how that can tie into insulin. Don't forget guys, high levels of insulin can drive excess estrogens in guys. And that can cause other issues too, and put stress on the liver. We talked about some mold stuff. We talked about allergen issues, food allergies and stuff and some of the eye stuff. We talked about the humidity issues in the winter, where it gets drier, maybe get a humidifier really monitor the percent humidity if you can get one that has engaged that test the environment and let's say it doesn't go above 40% or 35%. That's better, because that way you kind of have a limiter on there. It doesn't go over the top. We at one point had the humidifier on too much. This was years ago, and we noticed a little bit of mold in the in the carpet nearby. And we never made that mistake again. So if you use a humidifier, like put a timer on it, like an hour or two, boom, have it go off. Don't leave it on all the time. Be smart about it.
Evan Brand: Yeah, that's interesting. When you think about a humidifier, right tip tip, typically, people are going to just sit it on like a wood, night nightstand or something and then that wood is probably just absorbing all that moisture. It sounds like a recipe for disaster if you overuse it for sure.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Exactly. So you may be like if you can, if your kid has some humidity issues, skin issues, maybe put it on for an hour or two at night, put a timer on it done. Yeah, and that way, it's not going to go the whole night. But we'll provide a little bit of relief and and help the mucous membranes that may be a little bit overly dry.
Evan Brand: And then also, you know, don't overbake don't over with your soaps or shampoos or conditioners make sure everything's clean there. Don't over soap yourself. I mean, you're not you don't need to lather your whole body and soap. I think that's an easy one. Regarding hand soaps, I mean, I know a lot of the conventional ones are gonna dry out hands and skin. So we got to mention that also water filters are key. That's why you and I both have whole house water filters, because the chlorine and the trihalomethanes and all the irritants in the tap water can irritate your skin in the shower.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: That's a big one. Yeah. So if you have a lot of chlorine and a lot of chemicals in the water that can be very irritating on your skin. So we really want to make sure that that is addressed with a high quality filter. And that will take stress off your skin a ton really well.
Evan Brand: I don't travel with it. I even bring like the Berkey or a comparable shower filter. Like when we went to Florida last winter, I brought a portable shower filter with us man, it was a game changer because, you know, we wanted to fill up the bathtub for the kids because the chlorine was so strong. So luckily, we just filled the tub with the showerhead filter. And it was awesome. So we didn't take the kids and they weren't just breathing in chlorine.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: That's good. That's really good. And the only other thing I would just say beyond that is just making sure you're digesting your fats and proteins well. So people think oh, I'm gonna just drink a whole bunch of water that'll get moisture to my skin, it's like well, you need a good fat carrier to bring that hydration to the skin. A lot of times the skin and the you know, these are that layer there's a hydrophobic layer in the skin so it does not like water. So you need fat to kind of bring that moisture to that skin. So if you don't have enough fat you will get very dry skin and dry skin can get more irritated, you tend to scratch that dry skin more and then that scratching creates inflammation and that inflammation just it's a kind of a self defeating cycle. So you really want to make sure you have good healthy fats in there and at least half those fats should be saturated fats coconut oil, it should be high quality grass fed animal products. It should be pork, pork fat lard and if you want to do any plant fats Keep it to high quality olive oil, avocado oil, maybe some palm, obviously coconut is going to be a great fact that it's saturated and it's plant. So those are a couple of good things to do just to make sure you have good fats. And of course, if you don't have good digestion, you know, at least get into enzymes and some HCl In the meantime, while you work on fixing your stress or fixing your gut In the meantime, for better absorption and digestion.
Evan Brand: You know, the way I look at it, it's rarely going to be just a skin issue, there's going to be possibly bloating, gas, burping, some type of food sensitivities, food reactions, right skin issues are rarely going to occur in isolation. So I think of it as a clue, right? You and I talk about clues in functional medicine, the skin is really just a clue. And then we think Oh, interesting what's going on under the hood. So that's where we come in, and do the testing. And if you need help clinically, please reach out. We would love to help we work with people worldwide, via phone, FaceTime, Skype, etc. We're very blessed to be able to provide lab testing to people across the globe, and to provide solutions to healthcare that other practitioners and doctors have failed before. So if you need to reach out clinically, you can reach Dr. J at JustinHealth.com. You can reach me Evan Brand at EvanBrand.com and we look forward to 2021 together so let's have some fun. Give us some comments and questions if you're on watching listening on Dr. J's YouTube channel. Put some potential topic ideas in there. We're always open to new topics. We talk about stuff we think's important, but if you have some issues or concerns, you know, we're happy to do kind of like some q&a stuff too. So please give us some feedback.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Absolutely. If you guys want to reach out and dive in deeper it could be a good issue could be a hormone issue. EvanBrand.com for Evan, JustinHealth.com for myself, we are here to help worldwide. Thank you guys, and I hope you guys are having a great start to 2021 and we'll be here you guys take care. Bye now.
Evan Brand: Take care.
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