The Eczema Diet: Eczema-Safe Food to Stop the Itch and Prevent Eczema for Life

The Eczema Diet: Eczema-Safe Food to Stop the Itch and Prevent Eczema for Life

Language: English

Pages: 444

ISBN: 1459642619

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

This is the book eczema sufferers have been waiting for! Twenty per cent of people in the developed world suffer from the condition, and it's on the rise. Babies are developing skin inflammation soon after birth. Toddlers with severe itchy skin and uncontrollable scratching are drawing blood. And teenagers and adults are wearing long - sleeved shirts in sweltering summers, ashamed of their red, flaking crusts and hating their 'leaky' skin. Current medications can have undesirable side - effects and long - term use may increase the risk of skin cancer. It's a heart - breaking condition for everyone involved. But this book offers a new, better solution! 'The Eczema Diet' includes all the facts and scientific research, as well as itch - busting treatments that offer immediate relief combined with a tried - and - tested diet - developed by Karen over the past ten years through her work with eczema patients - that really gets results. Also included are 100 delicious recipes, suitable for everyone in the family, an extensive meal plan, shopping lists that are clear and easy to follow.

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Table of Contents Title Page Copyright Introduction Success stories Part 1: Eczema + diet Chapter 1: Healthy skin + eczema Chapter 2: Eczema + diet: 60 years of research Chapter 3: Healthy liver, healthy skin Chapter 4: The Eczema Diet: how it works Chapter 5: Top 12 eczema-safe foods + other useful ingredients Chapter 6: Eczema supplements Part 2: Non-diet information Chapter 7: Skin care products, make-up + daily regime Chapter 8: General recommendations for eczema Chapter 9:

Phase 1 and Phase 2 liver detoxification reactions are working (listed in ‘Resources’). On saying this, if you have eczema, it is a sign that Phase 1 and Phase 2 are imbalanced and nutritional support is required. Your liver is the body’s main chemical processing organ to remove chemicals, histamines and toxins. No drug can ever replace the nutrients required for liver detoxification of these substances. A healthy diet and antioxidants support liver function. What are the specific nutrients

optional step but it is highly recommended as it changes the pH of the water, speeding up the breakdown of phytic acid and this increases the nutritional content of the grains. Weak acids suitable for eczema sufferers are ascorbic acid (pure vitamin C powder) and citric acid. Ascorbic acid is preferable and is available online and from compounding chemists. Do not use other types of vitamin C. Citric acid is usually found in the baking section in larger supermarkets. Although rare, it’s possible

dozen Not counting allergy foods, here are the general foods and beverages most likely to give you itchy skin or cause your eczema to flare up: 1 cow’s milk and other dairy products 2 grapes (including wines, sultanas, raisins and grape-containing juices) 3 oranges (and orange juice) 4 kiwi fruit 5 soy sauce/tamari sauce 6 tomato and products containing tomato 7 avocado 8 dark green vegetables (broccoli, spinach, silver beet, wheatgrass juice etc.) 9 dried fruits (apricots, dates, figs

$2000 on eczema treatments each year and 36 per cent of sufferers spend more than 10 minutes each day applying topical steroids and emollients. Despite this, the number of people with eczema is rising and has tripled in recent years. Now 20 per cent of people in the developed world have eczema and it’s mostly babies and children who are suffering.[1] One in five children suffers from eczema. There are 1 million eczema sufferers in Australia and almost 6 million Australians will suffer from

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