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Eczema and Diet - Are You Suffering From Insufficient Nutrients

Friday, 22 February 2008

There are two main reasons why you are suffering with eczema. The first reason is because your body is overwhelmed with toxin and waste.

The second reason you may suffer with a disease is because of insufficient nutrients caused by improper or insufficient diet.

The main causes of this are (1) inadequate consumption of foods that supply healthy nutrients; (2) poor absorption where your digestive system has great absorption problems and (3) excessive loss of nutrient where nutrients are being used up to ward off other illnesses.

If you do not eat the appropriate amount of, or quality of nutrients which make up a healthy diet over a long period of time you will suffer some sort of health crisis.

When your body is suffering a health crisis it will produce symptoms that act as early warning signals.

When you go to the doctor they will prescribe something, anything that will suppress these symptoms or warnings. But just like the rats in the underground tunnels, these symptoms become stronger and become immune to the treatments and drugs.

Then, when you return to your doctor they will prescribe even stronger drugs and medicines.

You need to look at the foods you are eating to ensure they are supplying your body with the important health enhancing nutrients that your body is crying out for.

The foods that usually effect people who suffer with eczema are common. Deficiencies in essential fatty acids, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E, Zinc, Calcium, vitamin B, Silica and Selenium to name just a few.

With sufficient and regular supplies of these nutrients eczematous skin will begin to heal and disappear completely.

To learn more, download my free guide Start Healing Your Eczema Today


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