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Juice Fasting to try and cure excema

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15 Nov 2007 14:41 #252 by MShoulerUK
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Hi,

For the last 9 days I have been Juice fasting to try and cure my excema. For the first part, my excema started to improve. But the last 2 days my excema has been coming back and it is most disappointing. I am drinking a lot of fresh fruit juices and hardly any vegatable juices, apart from carrot.

I just ate 2 plums, which is my first real solid food since the start of the fast... and I almost felt like giving up. I hoped to last 24 days. I'm considering my options. I started drinking canteloupe juice 2 days ago, so perhaps I'm sensistive to this. I think will try and stick with it for another few days, see how it goes.

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18 Nov 2007 06:29 #260 by TheFastDoctor
TheFastDoctor replied the topic: Re:Juice Fasting to try and cure excema
Do bear in mind that the skin is most exposed to a large variety of influences: Exposed to the environment and all its elements from outside, and as the largest single organ in the body, also exposed to whatever flows in the blood.

Very often during healing, excema will appear to become worse. That is often because the deeper layers of the skin slowly moves to the surface to be shed into the environment. You are continually replacing the skin and ofthen as the cells move from the basal layer to the surface it carries \"toxins\" with it to be eliminated to the environment.

Once more I wish to mention that \"juice fasting\" is a contradiction in terms, as you are actually on a fruit diet, only you use a machine to do the chewing.

My experience with excema is that it responds very well to real (zero taste) fasting, particularly when combined with elimination therapies (including sweating of course). The re-feeding process thereafter allows you to identify trigger foods.

André

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25 May 2008 04:52 #778 by Misslinda
Misslinda replied the topic: Re:Juice Fasting to try and cure excema


The Fast Doctor wrote:


Very often during healing, excema will appear to become worse. That is often because the deeper layers of the skin slowly moves to the surface to be shed into the environment. You are continually replacing the skin and ofthen as the cells move from the basal layer to the surface it carries \"toxins\" with it to be eliminated to the environment.


I agree Andre.

Also, fruit juices in general are said to stir up toxins with their natural detergents where as vegetable juices are neturalizing.

Bodily adaptations like excema,psoriasis etc benefit greatly from doing more \"cooling\" juices like cucmbers & green juices if you go the juicing route.

IT WILL GET BETTER !!!!!

~Misslinda






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17 Jun 2008 18:55 #841 by TheFastDoctor
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Good for you. Do also remember that detoxification consists of 2 parts:
1. Mobilization (happens when you fast) and
2. Elimination (that is what we use hydro-therapies for).
It serves very little purpose to mobilize your toxins into the blood stream, just to sit there. And as your skin is such a valuable elimination organ, it is an obvious \"choice\" as a route to the world outside the body. Following the sequence I have quoted so many times on these forums, will definitely accellarate the process. To recap, the cycle of elimination consists of, in very shor succession:
Exercise
Massage
Sweat
Cooling
Rest.

André

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