What Causes Eczema? Which Foods?

Eczema, Atopic Dermatitis

Definition, Prevalence, Causes and Treatment

Breakthrough research* on groups of food sensitive babies and adults has shown atopic dermatitis, eczema can be controlled - even cured - by reducing milk products.

In fact - the evidence is so convincing that eczema can be taken as a common telltale sign of dairy intolerance . . . the inability to fully digest proteins in milk.

  

Video: "What is the Cure for Food Intolerance?"

 


 

 

What is the Definition of Eczema?

What is the defintion of Eczema?

Eczema is characterised by repeated eruptions of extremely itchy red rashes on the skin. It can affect almost any part of the skin - but is common on the hands and face and in the creases behind the knees and inside the elbows.

Each distressing outbreak can last many days - or even weeks. Eczema sufferers can be burdened with such discomfort they may be unable to sleep soundly, miss work or school and suffer low self-esteem. It is estimated eczema sufferers spend $2000 per year on temporary relief treatments.

We now know from research that many cases of eczema arise from the inflammation caused by the action of food toxins. 

 

How common is Eczema?

How prevalent is Eczema?

  • Eczema usually first appears in babies
  • Up to one in three children are affected (33%)
  • The prevalence of eczema has tripled in recent years
  • Eczema may abate as the child grows - but many people have it for their entire life

Eczema is characterised by repeated eruptions of itchy red rashes on the skin. It can affect almost any part of the skin - but is common on the hands and face and in the creases behind the knees and inside the elbows.

Each extremely itchy outbreak can last many days - or even weeks. Eczema sufferers can be burdened with such discomfort they may be unable to sleep soundly, miss work or school and suffer low self-esteem.

It is estimated eczema sufferers spend $2000 per year on medications for temporary relief. We now know from research that many cases of Eczema arise from inflammation caused by FOOD TOXINS.

Why did I get Eczema?

There are some foods which we humans should not eat - because they contain low levels of poison . . . food toxins. They include casein, gluten, alkaloids, saponins, solanines and others - and they all act together in various combinations. We recommend going to the source of the problem ... a LOW TOXIN DIET for relief of long term eczema. 

Eczema is a life long miserable ailment - so isn't it worthwhile to learn more abut food toxins? 

 

 

What are the causes of Eczema?

Even though not widely understood or appreciated - new research (ref.s below) shows Eczema is commonly caused by poor reactions to food toxins. 

A dairy-free diet or fgluten-free diet may bring some relief. But becasue food toxins collaborate - we recommend a low toxin diet for best results

 

How do food toxins cause Eczema?

The bodily disruption caused by food toxins damages the small intestine. This lets other toxins to leak through into your bloodstream - a medical condition called Leaky Gut. The toxins are not recognised as 'friendly' by your immune system . . . and its immediate response is to set up inflammation in your body:

  • Inflammation at the skin can cause Eczema, Hives and Psoriasis

Learn more with the Free ebook about Food Toxins

 

How do I find the cause of my Eczema?

If food toxins have been causing your Eczema - you can choose to use various methods of Clinical testing - like blood tests, breath tests and biopsies - amongst others.

Video comparing types of Testing

 

The Power of a Journal to find Your Food Intolerance

A journal puts system into your exploration. It's easy. All you do is track your symptoms as you switch a few foods.

We recommend the purpose-designed Proving Journal in  the foodintol® LoTox Living Kit

 

 

What is the cure for Eczema?

 

Temporary relief treatment: You can keep taking daily medications like anti-inflammatories or supplements from the pharmacy for a few hours relief. Some people choose to keep using creams and lotions. Unfortunately - few doctors ever realise there could be food toxins behind the outbreaks - because food intolerance is not taught extensively in medical schools. So doctors miss a real chance to help  their patients.

Permanent cure: Choose the natural no-drug alternative. Start avoiding the actual cause of your eczema by learning how to substitute for other yummy things. These days there are so many great substitute foods - it's easy to avoid the problem ones. And the good news is  - eczema can begin healing within a week or two, and no new outbreaks begin.


What if I do nothing about my Eczema?

You can choose to do nothing of course. But untreated food intolerance leads to chronic symptoms (those you suffer every day of your life) which can develop into chronic inflammatory disease.

In fact eczema is actually a valuable warning sign - like a Red Flag - that you will develop further symptoms later in life.

Learn more with the Free ebook about Food Toxins

 

 

I am ready to learn more - what's next?

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Begin with our free ebook. Food toxins can cause serious long-term health problems. Gluten is just one toxin that could be causing your symptoms. There are more than twenty common FOOD TOXINS – and they act together in different combinations to damage cells and provoke the immune system.

Free ebook about Food Toxins

 

 

 

 

 

References

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20416046/

 

RESEARCH & REFERENCES

All foodintol® information is based on research from peer-reviewed medical journals