More eczema pictures later.
I got eczema again.
This summer, I finally have time to fix it.
And I did.
Actually, I cured my eczema last summer that I’ve had for 10 years by following that
highly restricted diet.
And so to say, I want to help as much people as I can.
Because I know it works.
Of course, you’d want to follow the advice of an ex-sufferer who’s eczema never came back. Sorry to disappoint you but I cannot be that perfect role model. In fact, I’ve made quite
a lot of mistakes in treating my eczema.
Today, I want to talk about several things:
Why eczema has the ability to “come back”.
How I got eczema again and cured it this summer (happening as I write).
How I greatly sped up my recovery time.
Why I’m using a modified diet this time instead of being highly restricted.
Why this is important to you as a warning sign.
And some pictures of what I eat these days.
Continue reading How I Got Eczema Again and Cured It Again (And What This Means For You)
So we are given instructions and advice on how to treat our eczema body.
But why should we listen?
…and do they really work?
I’ve always learned not to comply with the majority for the sake of it being majority belief.
In other words, question the sources!
Question the convention!
In this post I’ll talk about habits people have developed or told to have thinking that will help their eczema but actually won’t or even do worse.
Continue reading 7 Things You Think Are Helping Your Eczema But Are Not
What’s the best diet?
There are tons of diets, some for religious beliefs, some medical conditions, some for weight loss, and most importantly, for good health.
What is the right diet for eczema?
Problem is, to treat eczema, you often hear:
“will the Paleo diet cure eczema?”
“will the vegan diet help eczema?”
“what is the best diet for treating eczema?”
Many diets work around the same core concept of eating healthy, or at least, getting your body into optimal health. If that’s the case,
then you can eliminate eczema right?
I’ll dig into 11 common diets that people claim to have eliminated their skin condition. What works best and what’s not. Most importantly, what YOU should do.
In no particular order:
**This post has over 2300 words, let me know if you have any questions**
Continue reading 11 Diets Claim To Heal Eczema, But Do They Work? (And What’s Best?)
Not all fruits and veggies are good the eczema body.
“Eat more fruits and veggies because they are super healthy!”
“You need vitamins from fruits and fiber from veggies!”
As cliches go, it sounds like these plant foods are mandatory in our lives or else we will die, or at least, be in poor health.
However, speaking in the perspective of an eczema sufferer, not all fruits and vegetables are created equal – not all of them are eczema-friendly.
As an eczema sufferer, we need to avoid certain fruits and veggies.
In this article, I’ll list them out and explain why, even though plant foods are nutritious and beneficial in many ways, they are disadvantageous to eczema patients overall.
There are “tricks” to reduce scratching damages.
Itches are the most hated things in the world – it is what differentiates dry skin from eczema, what makes our skin broken and bloody.
What if we can stop the scratching and stop the itches?
Because our itches come in frenzies at a certain time everyday (for me it’s before and after shower), we can pass those “itchy moments” with less damage.
From experience, here’s what I do best to relieve itches.