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How To Achieve Better Gut Health For Healing Eczema | Benefits of Probiotics

What does gut microbiome mean?

The term ‘microbiome’ refers to the microorganisms present in a certain environment. So gut microbiome refers to the bacteria that live in the intestines.

The gut flora that makes up the microbiome provides a host of benefits affecting the immune system, protecting against pathogens and maintaining a healthy barrier against inflammation.

Your gut microbiome contains trillions of good and bad bacteria. When you have a healthy balance in your gut microbiome, where good bacteria (probiotics) outnumber bad bacteria (pathogens), it contributes to your overall wellbeing.

What actually happens in an unhealthy gut?

The probiotic bacteria in a healthy gut contribute to a stronger immune system by supplying it with supportive and healing nutrients. So to improve your gut health is to improve your immune system since more than 70 percent of your immune system resides in your gut.

Conversely, when your gut microbiome is out of balance and in a state of dysbiosis, where the bad bacteria outnumber good bacteria, it has a negative impact on your immune system.

Gut dysbiosis affects the way your immune system responds to infections.

The gut barrier allows nutrients out into the bloodstream while keeping pathogens and toxins safely inside the gut. However, harmful bacteria produce many damaging toxins and their by-products, such as lipopolysaccharides (LPS toxins). These harmful compounds attack and damage the protective lining, or the gut barrier inside the intestines, thereby leaking into the bloodstream.

As a result, it can travel anywhere and do more harm to the body.

Your immune system detects and starts to respond to these threats. And because new threats keep leaking through the gut barrier, your immune system can’t shut down its responses. Leaky gut is a common term for this condition. This leads to long-term, system-wide inflammation that is the cause of many autoimmune and chronic illnesses.

Infectious bacteria, viruses, and toxins are common pathogens in your gut microbiota that can threaten your health. Special cells in a healthy gut can detect those pathogens immediately.

If you have a leaky gut, your immune system malfunctions and cannot fully protect you.

Enemies to a healthy gut include:

  1. Antibiotics and other medications eg. proton pump inhibitors (PPIs), beta-blockers, and antidepressants
  2. Pesticides can kill good gut bacteria, allowing bad bacteria to dominate the intestinal flora
  3. Processed foods, sugar, and unhealthy fats cause pathogen overgrowth
  4. Stress and anxiety negatively affect your gut microbiome through the gut-brain axis. Emotional stress causes dysbiosis and dysbiosis increases emotional stress, so you are trapped in a downward spiral
  5. Environmental toxins, household cleaners, and heavy metals have a negative impact on the gut microbiome, leading to a heightened risk of disease
  6. A sedentary lifestyle increases pathogenic gut bacteria and lower diversity in the gut flora, leading to a risk of chronic diseases and infections
  7. Lack of sleep or poor sleep quality can also cause dysbiosis, resulting in a weakened immune system


How to improve your gut health and achieve the optimal balance of microorganisms in your gut.


Go on a water or juices or vegetable only fast. However, be wary of possible side effects such as nausea, vomiting, dizziness, electrolyte imbalances, or cramping. If these symptoms occur, stop immediately and consult a doctor.

Take Probiotics:

Giving your body high quality probiotics every day is crucial to a happy, healthy gut. Probiotic supplements is one of the gut healing foods for your immune system that can also help with eczema and other skin ailments.

Check out our range of Probiotics for your skin conditions.

Nourish probiotics with prebiotics:

A good balance of gut bacteria requires a special diet made up of prebiotic fiber. Natural prebiotics is found in garlic, asparagus, leeks, flaxseeds, wheat bran, seaweed, cocoa, apples, bananas, barley, and oats. Prebiotics sustain probiotics and helps them to produce healing compounds.

Consuming Probiotics Helps Skin Conditions


Eat a healthy diet:

Fresh, natural whole foods like fruits and vegetables contain nutrients and fiber to heal your gut and keep it in a healthy balance.

Exercise regularly:

Exercising on most days by using the Healthy 365 app and tracking your Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activities (MVPA) minutes improves your overall health. It also increases your probiotic populations and probiotic diversity.

Healthy Gut, Healthy Skin

The skin epidermis, along with its sweat and sebaceous glands, is the largest and most external surface of your body at about 25 m2. The skin is the most external, first-line barrier from the outer environment, continuously interacting with microbes.

On the other hand, the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is one of the largest interfaces at about 30 m2. Around 60 tons of food passes through the gut in a lifetime.

Both the intestine and the skin are host to diverse bacterial, fungal, and viral species, colonized by microbial cells. This can have an effect on your immune system and have a huge impact on your overall health, especially your skin health. Disrupting this microbiota balance can impair gut and skin barrier function.

Best Probiotics For Gut Health

Probiotics are a type of good bacteria within the gut microbiome. These microorganisms play a crucial role in your health, and disease and are involved in your immune function and digestion.

Symptoms of insufficient probiotics include digestive problems, skin issues, candida, autoimmune disease, and frequent colds and flu.

From the 1930s, researchers suspected a link between gut health and skin health. In recent years, modern research has confirmed the importance of probiotics for those struggling with skin problems. In fact, many skin conditions like acne, dermatitis, eczema, and skin hypersensitivity are linked to increased levels of bad bacteria in the gut. Poor gut microbiota is 10 times more common in people who suffer from acne or rosacea, and 40% of people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) also shave some form of skin disorder.

There are 3 important strains available in Bio360® Pro-Derma Skin Health Formula.

Lactobacillus Plantarum has been widely researched for its role in skin health. It has also been found to be important in protecting the intestinal lining from bad bacteria and yeasts. Fortifying the gut lining helps to limit toxins from entering the bloodstream through a leaky gut disorder, thus helping the battle against skin conditions.

Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG is the #1 clinically studied probiotic strain that has shown to be able to survive and grow rapidly in the gut. This patented strain is backed by over 500 research studies and over 100 clinical studies. The proprietary Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG strain in Bio360® has proven to be helpful in supporting healthy digestion, and immune response and inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria to aid in the fight against inflammation.

Lactobacillus Reuteri has anti-inflammatory properties, boosts immune response, and improves oral health.

Benefits of consuming good, high-quality probiotics include:

  • A Strong immune system
  • Better digestion
  • Increased energy from vitamin B12 production
  • Better smelling breath because probiotics get rid of candida
  • Healthier skin, since probiotics improve eczema and psoriasis
  • Reduced illnesses due to cold and flu
  • Healing from leaky gut and chronic inflammation
  • Recovery from bowel disease
  • Better weight management


Bio360® Pro-Derma Skin Health Formula combines 15 Billion Bacteria, with Zinc, Copper, Chromium, Vitamin A, and Choline to support normal skin.

This product has been formulated by Natures Aid nutritionists and is based on the latest scientific research into the many benefits of supporting the Microbiome.

Pro-Derma combines specific good bacteria with Zinc, Copper, Chromium, Vitamin A and Choline.

Zinc has been included for its role in supporting healthy skin, hair and Nails as well as its contribution to a healthy immune system.

Copper helps to maintain normal skin pigmentation.

Choline contributes to normal liver function.

Chromium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels.

 Bio360® Pro-Derma Skin Health Formula Product Features:

✓ A clinically proven probiotic formula that combines 15 Billion Bacteria, with Zinc, Copper, Chromium, Vitamin A and Choline to support a healthy gut and normal skin.

✓ Suitable for vegans & vegetarians

✓ GMP-certified & EFSA-approved

Bile-resistant, Gile-resistant, Antibiotic-resistant

✓ FREE FROM: Artificial colors & flavours, preservatives, lactose, yeast, soya, dairy and gluten

✓ Requires no refrigeration

✓ 100% Natural Ingredients Pro-Derma utilizes a unique blend of three bacteria: Lactobacillus reuteri, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, and Lactobacillus plantarum.

This specific blend has been shown to have a synergistic action, as well as the ability to colonize your microbiome after swallowing, meaning they are able to survive the rigors of your digestive tract.

Providing total bacteria 15 billion, Zinc