Posts Tagged ‘Eczema’

One of the things I hated when I suffered with eczema was taking ghastly eczema pictures. The pictures looked awful and I hated other people looking at them.

But it doesn’t have to be that way any more. You can take some steps towards healing your eczema.

The first immediate step you can take is to chew your food more thoroughly starting today.

There are several benefits of you chewing your food, say between 30 and 40 times.

One of the main benefits to chewing your food thoroughly is that your body receives a lot more nutrients. This increase in nutrients will go some way to creating a healthier system and improving your immunity.

With an improved immune system your body can fight off all manner of diseases and illnesses naturally and internally without the need of external medication.

When you bite into your food the digestion process starts immediately. However if you chop and swallow your food, when it arrives in the intestine undigested it will ferment and cause additional illness.

When you bite into your food you should chew it for about two minutes or between 30 and 40 times. This will allow the ptyalin, a digestive enzyme to begin the digestion process in your mouth.

Other benefits of chewing your food thoroughly include the following:

Eczema Benefits of Chewing – Tip #1

Chewing every morsel of your food between 30 and 40 times results in you creating a more alkaline condition in your body. When you chew your foods thoroughly the alkaline in your saliva mixes with the food and it alkalizes it. This is very beneficial for your eczema skin. Most sufferers have a system that is very acidic.

Eczema Benefits of Chewing – Tip #2

Chewing every morsel of your food between 30 and 40 times results in a stronger immune system. Chewing stimulates the release of a hormone parotin which is responsible for strengthening and protecting your immune system. The stronger your immunity the less likely you will suffer eczema.

Eczema Benefits of Chewing – Tip #3

Chewing every morsel of food between 30 and 40 times results in your eating less. Your appetite is reduced because the signal that tells the brain that you are satisfied kicks in sooner than usual.

Eczema Benefits of Chewing – Tip #4

Chewing every morsel of food between 30 and 40 times results in improved elimination. Whenever you chew thoroughly the right balance of enzymes, water and other secretions is present. This enables quick elimination of your bowels and results in reduced toxin and waste which is one of the causes of eczema.

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Eczema Pictures – When I suffered badly from eczema, taking pictures of my skin was the last thing I wanted to do.

I was embarrassed and too ashamed to have others see my dried up, thick, leathery, itchy skin. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

You can create smooth, velvety skin by including essential fatty acids (EFAs) in your diet.

EFAs contain omega 3 and omega 6 which cannot be manufactured by the body. Yes, this important nutrient is vital for healthy, smooth looking skin.

The best source of essential fatty acids are avocados (eat twice a week); flax oil (add two tablespoons per day to meals); hemp oil or extra virgin olive oil.

Including EFAs in your diet will produce the following benefits:

#1 – Eczema Pictures – Benefits of EFAs

EFAs possess oxygen in the cell membranes and thus have the ability to retard foreign organisms such as bacteria and viruses. Organisms loathe oxygen.

#2 – EFAs create velvety soft skin. Consuming EFAs on a regular basis will help to hydrate the skin from within. It will relieve eczema and other irritating skin conditions.

#3 – If you want to build up your immune system including EFAs on a regular basis is an excellent way to do so.

#4 – As an eczema sufferer you are more likely than not suffering from bloating. EFAs help the kidneys eliminate excess water.

#5 – EFAs help stabilise the acidity and alkalinity balance within your body.

When I look at Eczema Pictures, I am happy that my skin no longer suffers like that. Eliminating or improving eczema can be done by including EFAs in your daily diet.

No more suffering embarrassing glances from others. No more awful thick skin.

Velvet like skin is awaiting you. Just tweak your diet so that you are including EFAs in your regular diet.

Here’s to smooth skin.

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Eczema Pictures – Have you seen those graphic Eczema Pictures on the internet. Some are real worrying. It was only a few years ago my eczema skin looked the same if not worse.

It wasn’t until I was older that I was able to seek out a cure for myself. I searched high and low for a remedy. I tried every new treatment going. I visited and consulted with tens of skin specialists. But I couldn’t find a cure that was permanent.

In the end I was able to cure my eczema using traditional, simple and safe methods. No creams, ointments or potions.

Here is a snippet of the steps that I took to cure my eczema. I felt a difference in the way my skin felt within two days. And within two weeks it was gone. I followed the treatments religiously and I am certainly glad that I did.

Here are 5 simple steps I took to cure my eczema:

Eczema Pictures – List of Steps to Heal Eczema

#1 – I immediately stopped eating all dairy products. I loved cheese and milk but after eating each mouthful I would scratch vigorously at my skin. So I cleared my fridge of all the cheese, milk, yoghurt and cream products I could find. I also tossed out all products that contained white flower.

#2 – I ensured that each day I ate at least one meal that consisted of 65% raw foods. Basically a huge salad that contained bean sprouts, pumpkins seeds, vegetables, salads and a healthy salad dressing. After a short while I could feel and see the difference in my skin. I felt rejuvenated and light.

#3 – I drank at least two large raw vegetable juices every day. My juices tended to contain organic spinach, carrots, celery, ginger and cucumber. My body was being cleansed and rejuvenated on a regular basis.

#4 – I eat a lot more bean sprouts as they contain skin healthy, vital enzymes. My favourites are alfalfa, mung beans and chick peas sprouts. They are easy to germinate or you can buy them from any good health store.

I became very fussy about the fats that I eat. There are good and bad fats out there. Good fats contain omega 3 and omega 6 which eczema skin has a thirst for. A good source of the omegas are Avocado and Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Having looked at some of the eczema pictures out there on the internet I can see that eczema is a growing problem both for adults and children.

The best way for healing your skin is to use a natural and simple method. What worked for me was introducing the above steps which immediately made a difference to the way my skin looked and felt.

Try introducing them immediately and watch as your Eczema pictures are transformed.

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