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Eczema – part 4

The skin is the largest organ in the body and acts as a barrier to protect us from the outside world. It also regulates our core body temperature, peripheral circulation and keeps our fluid levels in check via sweat. Whenever the skin is compromised, as commonly seen with eczema and other types of skin conditions,…

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Eczema – part 3

Nutrition – Diet and Supplements Maintaining a nutritious well balanced diet is important for long-term eczema treatment. Doing so ensures you are giving your body the right building blocks to generate healthy cells and keep a healthy medium in the body. Firstly, you will need to remove foods or drinks that trigger an inflammatory response….

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Eczema – part 2

Nutrition – Gut health Eczema is often associated with several underlying problems linked to poor gut function. Possible causes include food allergies and intolerances, candidiasis, “leaky gut syndrome” and low levels of hydrochloric acid, also known as hypochlohydria. Decreased levels of stomach acid (hypochlorhydria) can result in the absorption of partially broken down food particles,…

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Eczema – part 1

This months series will focus on one of the most common chronic childrens diseases , that of eczema. Eczema is a non-infectious, recurrent inflammatory disorder of the skin. There are different types of it, all of which produce slightly different symptoms. Up to 85% of sufferers show symptoms before the age of 5 but it…

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Stress and sleep

Around one third of our lives is spent sleeping. Sleeping recharges, rebuilds and repairs our bodies. We also detoxify during sleep. If you are not getting enough sleep, you are not giving your body the chance to de-stress both mentally and physically. Good sleeping patterns can boost your immunity & even help you lose weight….

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