The skin and the gut microbiome do not act in isolation, but interact with each other to maintain our body’s defences. For instance, a repressed skin microbiome can have an adverse effect on the gut microbiome and visa versa.

Often, therefore, repairing one of these microbiomes alone is not enough, and stubborn chronic diseases will remain even if action is taken to increase the biodiversity of one of these major organs.

Our own research has shown that biodiversity is the only way of measuring health, so we would recommend, therefore, that everyone takes a two pronged attack to increase the biodivesity of his or her whole microbiome:

1) Skin Microbiome: firstly, use a Third Wave skin microbiome enhancing product such as JooMo.

2) Gut Microbiome: consume a diet that increases the biodiversity of the gut microbiome.

We have listed the basic essentials of what you should do to increase the biodiversity you gut microbiome below using videos and text from Dr. Michael Gregor at Nutritionfacts.org:

Researchers have shown that a more plant-based diet may help prevent not only allergies, but also treat, or reverse some of our leading causes of death, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure.

Health-promoting effects of gut biodiversity include boosting our immune system, improving digestion and absorption, making vitamins, inhibiting the growth of potential pathogens.

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Try to ensure all of the following food groups are eaten regularly:

  1. Beans & Pulses.
  2. Fruit & Berries.
  3. Common cruciferous vegetables include broccoli, cabbage, collards, and kale.
  4. Nuts or other seeds.
  5. Whole grains such as oatmeal or so-called “pseudograins,” like buckwheat, and quinoa.

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Acne is an epidemic skin disease of industrialized countries, reaching prevalence rates of over 85% of teenagers. In the U.S., acne nowadays persists even after adolescence into the third decade of life in nearly half of men and women.

But it’s considered “a disease of Western civilization”—meaning, in some places, like Okinawa, it was rare or even nonexistent.

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Bad for the gut, bad for the heart, and leads to bone loss.

Sadly, bone fractures are one of the side effects that disproportionately plagues children placed on ketogenic diets, along with growth stunting and kidney stones.

Ketogenic diets may cause a steady rate of bone loss, as measured in the spine, presumed to be because ketones are acidic; and so, keto diets can put people in what’s called a “chronic acidotic state.”

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Megan Knobloch

Communications Director, JooMo LTd.

Dr. Gavin Anwell

Medical Advisor, JooMo LTD.


Gut Microbiome Consultant

​Leading US swimming coach Megan Knobloch suffered from allergic skin problems all her life, and was appalled at the distortions and deceit of the skin health industry both in her home country and around the world.

As the news about the truth behind the JooMo revolution spreads across the world, Megan has agreed to become the voice of JooMo by taking on the role of Communications Director.

“Ever since I started using JooMo my skin feels soft and rejuvenated.”

“I love the fact I’m not putting preservatives and chemicals on my face and I can feel good about that (Not to mention it smells good and I know the ingredients are good for me).”

“I’ve dealt with Keratosis pilaris for most of my teen years and I’ve noticed fewer bumps and redness. After washing, my skin doesn’t feel dry and tight like other washes do; my skin is left moisturized with an even complexion!”

A final year Psychology student at the prestigious St.Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana, and Maynooth College in Ireland, Megan has a long history of academic and sporting success. Intrinsic confidence and free thinking are close to Megan’s heart.

However, just as importantly for her, Megan has always prioritised community service before anything else, being very heavily involved in charitable projects in her native South Bend, Indiana and abroad in countries such as Mexico (where she volunteered at a home for children of convicts) and the Dominican Republic (where she worked in a local Veterinary centre).



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