At the London clinic of Nutrition we have successfully helped many people deal with skin complaints such as eczema, psoriasis, acne, rosacea and dermatitis. 



These conditions can have many causes and triggers such as:

  • Prolonged stress
  • Traumatic events
  • Food intolerances
  • Essential fatty acid deficiencies
  • Constipation
  • Liver congestion
  • Vitamin B complex deficiencies

Your skin is the largest organ in your body and is also a major component in detoxification. Therefore, if there is an overload of toxins, or the liver, kidney and bowels are not functioning at their optimum, then the body will get rid of these toxins through the skin. There is also a very strong connection between skin health and gut complaints. 


Our approach for addressing skin complaints is to understand the root cause of what’s behind it. We use nutrition and dietary intervention to support kidney and liver function, helping your body to detoxify efficiently. We can also offer functional testing to help identify any food intolerances that may be affecting your gut lining (causing leaky gut), or potential nutritional deficiencies. Yeast or fungal overgrowth (such as Candida) can also be the cause for some skin problems, and so supporting gut health is key to improving skin health. 

At The London Clinic of Nutrition, we aim to nourish the body from the inside out, offering you a long-term solution for your skin condition.   


See our Testimonials from patients we have helped with skin complaints:


"I have learnt so much more about the whole of myself and what my body specifically needs to be healthy, which became a bigger issue than just the acne – which of course has healed up. And so for all that I can’t rate the service highly enough!"

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