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The Eczema Diet: Discover How to Stop & Prevent the Itch of Eczema Through Diet & Nutrition (Anglais) Broché – 1 août 2013

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More than just the diet ... 27 septembre 2013
Par Richard Staats - Publié sur
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This is an excellent reference for anyone who either has or is interested in eczema.

The title was misleading, but in the most positive possible way. This book is a treasure trove of information for the eczema sufferer.

Dr. Fischer begins the book by describing the science of eczema. The book covers how healthy skin operates and how eczema operates. The book addresses questions about whether eczema is a strictly genetic or strictly environmental effect. The answer is that it is a combination of both. Some folks are more likely to develop eczema, and the book provides information on family trends and indicators. Still, there are lifestyle choices that even the most eczema prone people can do to minimize or even eliminate their eczema.

The book prescribes six steps in the anti-eczema program: reduce chemical load (specific artificial chemicals), reducing histamine, improving gastrointestinal health, balancing fat ratios, liver detoxification, and getting the right acid-alkaline balance.

The book repeats and expands information so that the reader has the maximum chance of finding the required information in a digestible form. For example, the third chapter is about the top 20 eczema friendly foods and chapters 9, 10, and 11 (called Part 7) describe menus and what foods to buy.

Chapter five wends the reader through the complexities of buying and using diet supplements. Chapters 6,7, and 8 address a potpourri of topics, including non-food issues such as skin care and growth and eczema.

The tone of the book is conversational, and the book is loaded with anecdotes and examples. Dr. Fischer includes many tables and charts to aid the reader in understanding and following the routines and diets described in the book.
I never realized the reason that consumables like milk and tea would have a negative impact on eczema before reading this book.

My one caveat is that Dr. Fischer is into the organic farming scene in a big way. There are other books such as Eat Naked: Unprocessed, Unpolluted, and Undressed Eating for a Healthier, Sexier You that described a less than all or nothing approach to eating organic (in other words, you don't have to pay top dollar for certified organic food to get some of the benefits that the organic community would like you to enjoy).

All in all, I highly recommend this book.

In service,

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The eczema book I wish I owned 10 years ago 14 novembre 2013
Par L. Wiggins - Publié sur
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I have two children whose eczema manifested within their first months of life. Both of them also suffer from food allergies, environmental allergies, and asthma. As Fischer explains, for the eczema sufferer, it is important to avoid certain foods and load up on others. Not only does Fischer advocate appropriate skin care, she also supports treating eczema from the inside out through diet and nutrition. She begins with an explanation of how the skin works. It is important to know how healthy skin behaves so that one can better understand eczematic skin and how to care for it.

The bulk of the book, however, focuses on food: how the human body utilizes food and how food impacts the body. This portion of the book was both overwhelming and disheartening to me. Simply put: there are a great deal of foods in the western world that an eczema sufferer ought to avoid. I was left wondering what in the world we could eat. Fischer provides a list of 20 foods that are "safe" for eczema sufferers. She also provides a list of important dietary supplements one may need to add to meals. For example, one of my children is allergic to dairy products, so I have to make sure he receives the calcium and vitamin D his body needs. Fischer includes a few explanations for how to conduct your own diagnostic tests for vitamin and mineral deficiencies. This section of the books is full of charts and tables for quick food referencing.

The final third of the book is Fischer's how-to for implementing her food and meal plan. She explains the stages of her plan, menu plans for each stage, and recipes. Because every eczema sufferer is going to have a different level of food tolerance, Fischer offers guidelines and goals to go with her tables of safe foods more than specific rules. Furthermore, because children have special dietary needs for healthy growth and development, she includes more information about how to tailor her guidelines for children; there are some parts of her plan that a parent should not include in a child's diet. For example, the beginning cleanse is not recommended for young children.

So far, I've only read the book and taken notes on how I will implement her advice in our diets. I will update this review after we try out her recipes.
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Useful Reference for Eczema Sufferers ... 30 octobre 2013
Par Caitlin Martin - Publié sur
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I have suffered from eczema to varying degrees all my life and have spent a lot of time dealing with it, reading to better understand it, and using myself as a guinea pig in testing what does and doesn't cause flare-ups. I am very careful about what I put on my skin. I moisturize like a fiend. I use a scent-free, chemical-free detergent because anything else makes my skin go crazy. It's a pain, but there you have it.

I'm not particularly fond of diets that promote a cleansing fast. Fasting of any kind can be very difficult on the body depending upon the individual. For instance, fasts are typically contraindicated for those with diabetes and certain other conditions. They can also play havoc with some medications, making them less or differently effective. Essentially, always check with your doctor before you do any kind of fast. The good news is that Ms. Fischer acknowledges this and is very clear regarding the cleansing fast in this book, acknowledging that your mileage may vary.

The Eczema Diet is a good book with plenty of good information packaged in an easily manageable format. I wish it had been out there earlier in my life - it would've saved me a lot of time and research. There wasn't a lot of information that was new to me, but I read extensively about everything that I need to manage so I'm not your average reader. This book has it all, really - foods and chemicals to avoid (or to at least be cautious of), recipes, moisturizing tips, good scientific about eczema and genetics, and alternatives to treatments with steroids. This book provides a great base to use to begin figuring out what works (and what doesn't) for the treatment of your individual eczema. While I wouldn't follow this book or its diet slavishly, there is plenty of information for figuring out what alternatives work for you. It doesn't promote a cure, but it may help some people find relief.
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I was desperate enough because of my eczema to follow ... 19 juillet 2014
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I was desperate enough because of my eczema to follow the diet--as doctors had only offered steroids. It takes time-- you have to be patient-- but after a few months, I am eczema free, an slowly adding other foods back in. Lost a lot of weight too. Changed my life!
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The info and charts are useful, whether you follow the diet or not is up to you 30 octobre 2013
Par Steve Ramm - Publié sur
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While I usually review CDs and DVDs as well as entertainment related books here on Amazon, in my daily life I deal with my own health issues and so when this book was offered to me from Amazon in its Vine Reviewer Program, it peaked my interest. I've had issues with itchy skin and have been seeing a dermatologist for a few years.

The author is a dietician, not a medical doctor. You know that right off when you see the ¾ page "Disclaimer" after the title page. You also learn that the book was first published in 2012 in Australia. This is a 2013 Canadian-published book.

The paperback looks a lot like those "for Dummies" book with large print and lots of white space on each page. Honestly, I've only read part of the book so far but I find it a bit "technical" if that's the right word. It reads like many other "diet books". One of the good things is that the author places the "FAQ" section right up front so some of your questions are answered. She also lets you know on the back cover that the diet is a three-stage process. The section after the FAQs provides a background on skin conditions (which the author says affects 20% of the World's population and 20% of American babies). This is interesting though, again I though a bit too technically written. She later moves into the foods you CAN eat and you will find that many of these are not in your average market. Maybe your health food store but not the regular supermarket. Some of the foods she encourages are Mungo Bean Sprouts, Brussel Sprouts, Rice Bran Oil, Oat Milk and others. She gives some recipes but emphasizes that the only broths that will work (both Beef and Chicken) are ones you make from scratch. So be prepared to follow her recipes.

At this point my Eczema is being treated through antihistamines, not diet, and they seem to work. So I'm not sure if I'll try any of the ideas in this book. It is good to see that the FIRST food she recommends is banana, and I eat a lot of those!

I do hope that this review is informative and helpful from a different point of view than my fellow reviewers.

Steve Ramm
"Anything Phonographic"
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