Eczema is a form of dermatitis, or inflammation of the skin. Another name for Eczema is atopic dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis is a allergic disease usually found in young children. A typical eczema rash is red, inflamed, and itchy, with small fluid-filled blisters or episodes of dry, scaly, thickened, and cracked skin. Common sites of eczema are the hands and creased areas of the skin such as the wrists, elbows, and knees.
Eczema and any other skin disease is simply the bodies way of telling you that the BLOOD is full of toxins and needs to be purged. Most western doctors openly admit that they do not know the cause of this skin disease, however its simply toxins in the blood.  When the blood is toxic it becomes diseased and will show up on the skin. Blood becomes greatly toxic when mucus is present in the body. Mucus compromises the mucous membranes (internal skin) and eventually shows up on the external skin. Basically, the mucus is burning its way through the mucous membranes. Now when the mucus builds up too much, the Bodies Intelligence  starts sending this excess mucus to available storage spots in the body and in many cases, the joints makes good areas for available storage spots in the body. This is why people with eczema have dark patches around their joint areas such as the back of the neck, knees, elbows and wrist. Certain foods have been thought to trigger eczema as well. Two of the most common culprits are dairy and wheat products. Many people happen to be allergic to these foods and the result can be eczema.
Wheat is found in most breads, cookies, pastas, cakes, crackers, pretzels, and snack foods. It is usually the gluten in wheat that causes the allergy. Allergy to gluten is a digestive disease called Celiac Disease. People who have Celiac Disease should steer away from products containing wheat gluten. This will help to alleviate any eczema or digestive issues that have resulted. Today, there are many great gluten- free products widely available at your local grocery store.
Dairy is a common trigger of allergy as well. Dairy is found in milk, ice cream, cheeses, butter and yogurt. Dairy intolerance is known as Lactose intolerance. Lactose is the sugar found in cow’s milk. This allergy can cause many digestive issues and can come out in the skin as eczema. Avoiding dairy and switching to dairy- free alternatives of these foods will help to alleviate the problem.
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