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The Eczema Detox (read first chapter for free)

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The Eczema Detox (read first chapter for free)

  Introduction In my household we have one vegan, one pescatarian and one meat-eater who is sensitive to salicylates, dairy and soy. So I am right here with you. I know it can be difficult when a family member is first diagnosed with eczema and food sensitivities. I know what it’s like to give up some of the foods you love because they are hurting you. Cooking is more of a chore than normal ... until you get the hang of it. However, as a result of making dietary changes, my family and I no longer suffer from skin disorders...

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Is eczema an autoimmune disease?

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Is eczema an autoimmune disease?

Eczema is an itchy skin condition that can be painful and chronic. Eczema sufferers commonly have allergies and consuming a food you are allergic to elicits an IgE immune system response. The result is itchy, inflamed skin.  However, avoiding your diagnosed allergy foods does not usually fix your eczema (or it only partially helps). So researchers in Vienna hypothesise that because the immune response can still occur after the allergy foods are avoided eczema “could be autoimmune" (Valenta 2009). A drug company recently declared that "eczema is an autoimmune disease". And they stand to profit greatly from their findings. Their patented drug will hit the market (if it...

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The Skin Friend Supplement is almost here!

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The Skin Friend Supplement is almost here!

The Skin Friend Supplement is almost here!  Karen has been working on the Skin Friend supplement for more than ten years, testing formulas and getting feedback from patients at The Eczema Life Clinic in Sydney. Making Skin Friend has really been a labour of love and Ava, Karen's daughter, still loves it to keep her skin clear (so she can eat everything). It's great for eczema, as well as dermatitis, TSWS, Red Skin Syndrome and other skin rashes. Children as young as one can take the Skin Friend supplement. It will be released late April and will be available without prescription...

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