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Mole & skin tag root causes

Don't normalize the development of moles or skin tags, especially if they're abundant. It's likely your body's way of telling you something more is going on.


Moles 👇


Only about 1 in 100 people are actually born with a mole, so that means most moles develop from other factors. We know that excessive sun exposure, tanning beds and having fair skin can increase your mole risk. What you likely didn't know is that moles, especially when in abundance, are often associated with poor drainage & a sluggish liver. The liver regulates how the body rids itself of toxins. Because skin is our largest organ, it's our body's preferred way to eliminate toxins. This often exhibits rashes, acne, eczema, or psoriasis or moles.


We live in a toxic world and are exposed to toxins in our air, food, water, plastics, clothing, toiletries, cleaning products and so on. Some medications can also cause mole formation, including medications that suppress your immune system, hormones, antibiotics, or antidepressants. If you're experiencing an overgrowth of moles, your body could be overburdened with toxicities.


Skin tags 👇


Skin tags are more common in those who are overweight or obese and are typically associated with metabolic syndrome. They are also associated with cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, hypertension and insulin resistance. For that reason, people with skin tags often have a higher BMI and waist circumference, as well as higher blood sugar and cholesterol levels.


If your experiencing an abundance of skin tags, you may benefit from eating a diet low in sugar & simple carbs.


If you want to learn more about detox, natural remedies for moles/skin tags + learn how to minimize your toxic burden, shoot a DM.


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