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Your Health Shows on Your Face

YOUR HEALTH…
IS WRITTEN
ALL OVER YOUR FACE

FACIAL AREAS AND CORRESPONDING ORGANS

The Forehead – indicates the condition of the intestines
Upper Forehead – indicates the condition of the circulatory system, heart kidneys, bladder
Middle Forehead – indicates the condition of the nervous system
Lower Forehead – indicates the condition of the respiratory and digestive system
Central Forehead and Between the Eyebrows – indicates the condition of the liver and gall bladder
The Temples – indicates the condition of the spleen, pancreas, liver, gall bladder
The Eyebrows – indicates the condition of every organ and system
The Whites of the Eyes – overall redness indicates circulatory and respiratory irregularities
The Whites of the Upper Part of the Eyes – represent health of the upper portion of the body: head, neck chest lungs, heart and upper spine
The Whites of the Middle Part of the Eyes – represent the health of the middle portion of the body: stomach duodenum, spleen, pancreas, liver, gall bladder, kidneys, mid-spine

The Whites of the Lower Part of the Eyes – represent the health of the lower portion of the body: small and large intestines, bladder, reproduction, buttocks, lower spine.

The Skin Around the Eyes
Dark Circles Around the Eyes – indicates kidney and adrenal gland fatigue
Purplish Color Around the Eyes – indicates lack of nutrients in diet and weakening in the heart and circulatory systems
Yellowish Cast to the Skin Around the Eyes – indicates an over worked liver and gallbladder Pimples Around the Eyes – indicate the body’s attempt to eliminate excess fat and protein
Swelling and Puffiness Around the Eyes and Anywhere – represents pooling of liquid, predominantly the liver and kidneys inefficiency to process toxins for elimination.
Crepe-like, Wrinkled Skin Around the Eyes – represents dry, exhausted kidneys and a salt rich diet.

The Nose – indicates the condition of the nervous system, circulatory system, possibly certain functions of the digestive system
Sides of Nose – reflect liver function
Red Nose – represents the expansion of the capillaries due to excessive intake of alcohol, stimulants, spices, also possibly irregular blood pressure and a tendency toward hypertension
Purple Nose – indicates very low blood pressure and possible heart failure
Yellow Pimples – indicate the body’s attempt to eliminate animal fats and dairy foods
Reddish or Dark Pimples – indicate the body’s attempt to eliminate simple sugars

The Cheeks – color of cheeks should match the color of the rest of the face
Red Cheeks – indicate that capillaries are expanded
Rosy Red Cheeks – could be an indication of hypoglycemia
Milky White Cheeks – indicates excessive intake of dairy: yogurt, soft cheeses
Pimples on the Cheeks – indicates the body’s attempt to eliminate fat and protein accumulating around the lungs and the intestines

The Mouth – indicates the condition of the intestines
Upper Lip – indicates the condition of the stomach
Lower Lip – indicates the condition of the stomach and large intestines
Skin above the Upper Lip and The Chin – indicate the condition of the reproductive system
Emotions Effect the Organs
1. Grief – weakens the lungs and respiratory system
2. Anger – weakens the liver
3. Worry – weakens the stomach
4. Stress – weakens the heart and brain
5. Fear – weakens the kidneys

Balance Liver and Gall Bladder
1. green apples
2. leafy greens
3. fermented foods, pickled foods, miso
4. vinegar, sour plums

Balance Heart and Small Intestines
1. corn
2. cucumbers
3. leafy greens
4. fermented and pickled foods
5. sea veggies = kombu, kelp
Balance Spleen, Pancreas and Stomach
1. sweet root veggies
2. ground veggies: cabbage, squash, onions
3. millet, amaranth
4. pears, peaches, sweet apples
5. brown rice
6. grain-sweetened sweeteners: rice syrup, barley malts, amasake

Balance Lungs and Large Intestines
1. burdock root
2. lotus root
3. veggies with leafy tops: parsnips, daikon
4. sea veggies: kombu, kelp

Balance Kidneys and Bladder
1. miso
2. sea salt
3. sea veggies: kombu, kelp
4. tea made from shiitake mushrooms
5. soy sauce

If you see something on your face that doesn’t look as healthy as you think it should, ask your doctor. You can bet that most doctors look at the health of your eyes and skin before they ask you to say ‘awwwww.’

 

 

Kate Celesta Corallo
CN, RYT 500
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