Instead of searching high a low for an effective eczema cure, why not experiment for the next three to four weeks on eating a new diet.
No matter how severe your condition if you change certain elements of your lifestyle you will be able to see a marked difference in your skin condition within the three week time period.
The aim of the change in your diet is to eliminate the foods that create internal toxins with foods that efficiently cleanse the body. Also it is important to include foods that nourish and feed every cell of your body.
When I first changed my diet I noticed a difference in the condition of my skin within two days of eating different foods. Within 14 days I had healed my eczema and I felt a lot healthier.
A lot of the foods mentioned are raw, organic and fresh. The more of it you eat the better.
Most of the foods are delicious and nutritious and have their own specific functions in creating a healthier system and skin.
Eczema and Diet – #Tip #1 – Eat only fruits for breakfast. Apples and grapes are perfect as they are very good cleansers. Eat as much as you desire. Eat until you are satisfied. Chew each mouthful of fruit thoroughly and slowly.
Eczema and Diet – #Tip #2 – Include foods that contain Chlorophyll in at least one meal each day. Chlorophyll is very similar in composition to hemogloblin, the oxygen-carrying component of red blood cells. Chlorophyll is very efficient at healing wounds and detoxifying the body.
Eczema and Diet – #Tip #3 Ensure that 50% of one of your meals (either lunch or dinner) is raw foods. You can prepare a large raw, organic salad or stir fry vegetables. These foods are full of nutrients and will work on healing your eczema from the inside out.