Upon starting this Beat Eczema program, I really doubted it could work in 10 days, but I’m here to tell ya that I’m 90% there. My fingers feel like skin now instead of plastic. There are still a few little places that are rough, but not the entire fingers. No more itching. No more hot, swollen fingers. No more skin cracks that are painful.
It has been exciting to watch this transformation, although it was slow in coming (I’m not too patient). I will keep up this way of eating strictly until I get 100% recovery of this condition. Then, I may let myself have some breaks from it and see what happens. I intend to never veer far away from this lifestyle of eating enzyme-rich, nutrient dense food. But I won’t be a prisoner of it either. Breaking away from it will be an occasional exception, however, rather than a habit.
I have felt so light and alive! My thoughts are clearer, my skin brighter, and I’ve lost some weight as well. My energy is up and I’m sleeping so deeply. If it were for only these benefits, I would choose to eat this way. But, the best result is the relief from eczema, which was my original goal.
Since the 10 days are over and I’ve gotten about 90% improvement, I may not blog about it every night but perhaps a few times a week. I will probably do little tests going off the diet to see what happens. When I do, I’ll write about it so you’ll know. But for now, if you have eczema I hope you will repeat what I have done and get the same fantastic results! To get the entire program, you can download like I did from www.beateczema.com. I would love to have you report your own results right here on my blog as an encouragement to others. Let’s cheer each other on.
2 Responses to “This is so exciting!”
I am glad to hear you are on the path to recovery!
I’ve been on a kombucha kick lately. It is fermented and maybe that would be an additional source of nutrients for helping you kick eczema…
I absolutely LOVE kombucha and have tasted probably almost all the flavors. You know, it was hard to remember every single thing that went into my mouth, although I tried to write much of it down. But, during those 10 days of the trial, I did drink probably two Kombucha. I don’t drink an entire bottle at one time. It takes me usually three days to finish a bottle. Kombucha is filled with wonderful protiotics and enzymes. Glad you mentioned this, Stephanie. You go, girl!