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The Eczema Diet: Eczema-safe food to stop the itch and prevent eczema for life by [Fischer, Karen]
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The Eczema Diet: Eczema-safe food to stop the itch and prevent eczema for life Kindle Edition

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Product Details

  • File Size: 5054 KB
  • Publisher: Exisle Publishing (July 24, 2012)
  • Publication Date: July 24, 2012
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008OMW4DC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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By J. Bouchard on September 27, 2012
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This is basic whole foods nutrition info plus specific eczema diet advice. Very helpful for my chronic eczema on my hands. Avoiding sugar and food additives has helped immensely!! Haven't had an outbreak in weeks. Worth the sacrifice and better for overall health anyway.
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After previously reading The Healthy Skin Diet book (also by this author) with its tips and recipes, I thought I would try this one as it is aimed specifically at an issue my partner faces quite badly. Again, it's easy to follow, doesn't make me feel like I'm being preached at, or make me feel guilty for not knowing certain food groups do this and that. It's gently guiding and simple to understand. My partner hasnt had a 'flare up' in about a month now, so I can only say good things about this book. We are both slowly but surely changing our habits to enable us to live healthier - and it's because of these books. Way to go K Fischer. Keep up the good work!! xx
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Picked up some useful and effective information that helped control the eczema on my face, like the quecetin supplement which helped a lot. A good reference book for eczema sufferers.
The kindle version though was not 100% good as it defaulted back to a particular page sometimes. Could be my kindle but I did not experience this with other books.
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I have never written a review before but felt I had to if it helps another parent to help their baby who has eczema. My 13 month old baby has had mild-medium eczema since about 3 months old on and off. While breastfeeding exclusively I went gluten and dairy free for several months which really helped. However the eczema came back once she started eating solids and the last few months it has been quite bad. We started the eczema diet (for both of us since I am still breastfeeding her) 3.5 weeks ago. At almost 3 weeks the eczema had almost completely gone, a vast improvement, so I have started introducing other foods. The first was organic natural yoghurt for 3 days and her skin is still great. I will continue to introduce new foods as advised in the book. Thankyou Karen, this diet is wonderful and means I have been able to avoid using external products on my baby.
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The diet did nothing for me, and I found it super restrictive. I did not enjoy life while on that damn diet. What did wonders was organic, unrefined shea butter. It's the miracle cure. All eczema skin needs is some deep moisture.
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So first, the Kindle edition doesn't look too great everywhere. It's readable and usable, I just don't understand why it is so difficult to get this right.
As to the diet and book: the writer seems very informed, and very knowledgeable, but it's still a little 'suspicious' that apperently the scientific community isn't quite behind her yet. However, I've put it on my to do list to someday try to follow this diet, but I would really have to set aside a serious amount of time to figure out where to get all the ingredients, learn how to make the recipes, and to have the mindset to stick to it. (For now, if you're interested, I'm finding that a really greasy moisterizing cream is helping me quite a bit with my eczema.)
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