Build your meals on fiber from fruits, veggies, and whole grains, not meat or carbohydrates.
1) Eat less meat: Most of us have grown accustomed to building our meals based on meat. We’re accustomed to “getting full” instead of “staying regular”. By eating more than 4 to 6 ounces of meat per day (the size of a deck of cards, or your hand not including your fingers), if nothing else we’re giving our bodies too much sodium and making ourselves at least a little constipated. (Ideally, you should be “going #2″ at least once a day”.) I make it a daily goal to only eat meat in one meal of the day, typically either lunch or breakfast.
2) Replace meat with vegetables and whole grains:For breakfast, here is what I eat (click here). For my other meatless meal, I make sure it’s filled whole grain (wheat) rice, pasta, or bread and vegetables or fruit.
3) Whenever you’re hungry (not bored), eat. If you get hungry in between meals or after a meal, it means your body is craving and needing more fruit, veggies, or whole grains. Not processed snacks, ever.
4) Don’t eat too much at once. By putting your two hands together to make a bowl, that gives you an idea of the amount of food you should eat in a meal. Any more than that, and there’s a good chance of you’re overeating, and that means you won’t poop at least once a day.
For you to be taking the time to read this article, chances are you or someone who is close to you has suffered for years from the skin condition known as eczema. Of course, after visiting at least a few doctors and/or skin specialists, the answer was that there is no cure. Then a topical lotion was prescribed to “help keep things under control”. But there is a cure that I had to discover the hard way, and thank God for it.
Make note that I am in no way a medical doctor. And that’s a good thing. Because the doctors say there is no cure. But I say there is. And I’ve been cured of eczema, specifically dyshidrosis.
I will make no money by telling you the cure. You will not buy a book from me, nor will you subscribe to website that costs you any money. You will simply read what I have to say and apply it to your life.
This is a very cut-and-dry issue. It works if you do it. It doesn’t work if you don’t, or if you cheat yourself by not fully committing.
If you are desperate enough to be healed, like I was, you will be willing to change your lifestyle. And that’s what this will cost you- your lifestyle. But not your life.
How to Be Cured of Eczema
1) Completely cut out sugar from your diet, except for fruits in their whole form. That means no fruit juice. That means no yogurt (which is loaded with sugar.) Instead, eat at least three servings of fruit everyday: bananas, oranges, apples, and grapes are the easiest and cheapest way to go. You need the healthy sugar from the fruit with the fiber from the fruit.
2) Completely cut out unnecessary metals from your body. If you have metal fillings in your teeth, get them taken out. (I even had to switch to a ceramic wedding ring.) If you have cartilage piercings, remove them. Stop eating shellfish (shrimp, scallops, lobster, etc.), which have high levels of heavy metals.
3) Sweat as much as possible. If you have access to a sauna, take advantage of it. If not, do plenty of outdoor exercise. If nothing else, sunbathe. Sweat helps remove the toxins from your body that sustain the eczema.
4) Eat lots of chlorella (seaweed extract) and cilantro. These both help your body to extract the poisons in your body that feed the eczema. I bought mine in concentrated liquid form from Whole Foods.
5) Read these other articles I’ve written which explain more about why the first four steps are so important:
You should start seeing results by the third week. It took me about seven months for my body to be fully removed of my eczema. And if you go back to your old lifestyle, (not following my 5 steps) your eczema will return. You have been chosen to live a different lifestyle; you have to accept it.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions, concerns, or stories you have for me. Remember, I’m not a doctor. Just someone who’s been where you are and wants this good news of hope to be spread. There is a cure.
My expectations of what it will be like for my wife and I to have a real baby are pretty limited. When I try to imagine it, I can only think about a few things: the baby crying, the baby being hungry, feeding the baby, the baby wanting to be held, holding the baby, the baby pooping, changing the baby’s diapers, the baby sleeping, us wishing we could sleep.
And aside from the 80’s sitcom stereotypes, I of course am well aware, thanks to everyone who has ever been a parent and given me any advice: There’s nothing in the world more rewarding than being a parent.
In November I will begin to feel like a real parent (once the kid is born). Until then I won’t really truly be able to understand or fathom this most rewarding thing in the world.
It’s funny to think that eventually we won’t be comparing our baby to the size of a certain fruit. (This week our baby is the size of a naval orange.) Eventually, our baby will be the size of a baby. Interesting thought.