At every show I attend, I get a line of people telling me how eczema is affecting them, or someone in their family. It makes me back 15 or 20 years, trying to remember if eczema was a popular skin disorder in the late 80’s thru the mid 90’s. NOT!!!
So what is different today? Why are so many cases of eczema turning up, from babies to grandmothers? What’s changed over the past 15 years?
We’ve changed. We are a processed society. Pollution fills our air and our water supply, hormones dominate our meat supply and pesticides stimulate our crops. I’m surprised we’re still standing!!!
What can you do about it? Doctor’s will tell you there is no cure for eczema, but I beg to differ. I learned a great lesson about 10 years ago from Jewel I. Pookrum MD (Preventative and Holistic Physician). Dr. Pookrum studies the dynamics of the mind and body in relation to the environment. She teaches us that nothing in our world has the power to make us weak, sad or diseased if we adopt the proper attitude, diet and commitment to wellness.
In other words…what you put in is what you get out. Conquering eczema requires a commitment to change. Our skin is the largest organ in our bodies. When our bodies take in its daily supply of chemicals, hormones and processed foods, the dis-ease has to come out somewhere. Our skin is a likely exit.
We hope you can make the necessary changes in your diet to help eliminate eczema in your life. As you make the journey for change, try using a natural alternative to the steroid creams. Our products are natural, with no side effects.
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