The Diet That Healed My Kid’s Eczema

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My daughter, Maya, first started showing signs of eczema as a baby. At the time, the doctors told me that the condition — inflammation of the skin that covered Maya’s body with red, scaly spots — was genetic and incurable.

But I didn’t give up.

I tried different treatments for years, including prescription steroids. Nothing seemed to work. Then, when Maya was about 7 years old, I started to notice the correlation between her eczema flare-ups and the food she was eating. I decided to try different dietary approaches and finally came across the raw vegan diet. It sounded crazy, but I decided it was worth a try.

While this diet isn’t easy, living with eczema was much more difficult.

I tried it first on myself, and it made me feel great. I then put my family of five on a vegan diet in April 2014. Within five months, Maya’s skin cleared up and she was eczema-free for the first time in her life. I decided to share my success story on this site last year, and recently wrote a book about my experience in order to inspire others.

It’s now been a year and a half since we first started following a mostly raw, plant-based diet. Here’s what it’s been like for our family since.

How Changing Our Diet Helped the Whole Family

Today, Maya is a happy and healthy 9-year-old. Since adopting the new diet, she has only had a few mild flare-ups.

My husband and I also have two younger sons, Travis, 6, and Troy, who is almost 3. Like Maya, both of the boys developed eczema at a very early age. The inflammation covered their legs, back, buttocks, arms, and stomachs. But after switching to the raw diet, the eczema disappeared quickly. Troy was 1 at the time, and his eczema vanished within three weeks. Travis started the diet just before he was 5. His skin is clear today and he hasn’t had any flare-ups since.

Travis also has autism, and we believe we’ve seen improvements there as well. Before the dietary changes, he was very disconnected and had difficulty communicating. Today, although he still has autism, he’s a verbal and vibrant child. While there’s currently no evidence that diet can help with autism — though there are some studies that suggest a link — I’m happy that we’ve seen an improvement in his behavior and well-being.

Our Daily Diet: How We Make Raw Work for Us

Following a raw vegan diet hasn’t always been easy, and we’re constantly working on expanding our family’s menu. But for now, here’s what a typical day of meals looks like:

We start most mornings with a green smoothie — everyone loves it! It’s hydrating and refreshing and gives us energy without making us feel too full. We typically make our smoothies out of bananas or pineapples with a large amount of greens, plus chia or flax.

Our lunches are simple: usually a bowl of fruit. The kids’ favorites are watermelon, bananas, papaya, and mango.

Dinner is the one meal that is sometimes cooked, although there’s always a big, green salad on the side. The kids eat pretty simple: Their favorite is veggie dip (cucumbers, apples, and radishes that they dip in a sauce made out of zucchini, tomatoes, and sunflower seeds) or “rice salad,” which is lettuce, cucumbers, and avocado with rice and some herbs.

Right now, the kids are also enjoying small portions of steamed veggies, rice, or potatoes. We’re watching their reactions to these cooked foods, and taking it slowly. So far, Maya’s skin has handled these additions well, although we’re still keeping her diet high in raw foods for now.

My husband and I tend to go for more cooked dinners. We love vegan pumpkin curry with rice, simple steamed vegetables with potatoes or rice noodles, vegetable sushi, and fresh spring rolls with mango dip. We’ve discovered there are so many delicious dishes that don’t require any meat or diary products.

Where We Are Today

About six months ago, we decided to move to northern Thailand, from our native Poland. We wanted to travel the world, and were also looking for a tropical and inexpensive place to live, since our diet is dependent on fresh produce. The abundance of seasonal fruits and vegetables here is amazing!

Of course, there’s no way to be perfect with this diet all of the time, especially when we’re not eating at home. While we typically bring food with us — usually fruit in containers or simple smoothies — there have been a few situations in which it hasn’t been possible to follow the diet, like at weddings, or on long plane trips.

But in general, we try to follow a raw, vegan diet — and we’ve been so happy with what we’ve seen. Not only has the kids’ eczema cleared up, but we all feel healthier and happier. When my husband and I do have a strong craving for something that’s not raw or vegan, we usually go ahead and eat a little bit of it.

Overall, it’s a process, and I’m still learning what works best for our family. While this diet isn’t easy, living with eczema was much more difficult. Our kids’ health is most important to us — and that encourages us to stay focused.

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    Q: If I may ask, what is it specifically about the baby's diet that is conducive to eczema? We try to give her a normal, healthy, nutritious diet. Exactly which foods are acid-forming so that we may alternate them out of her diet? As for my wife, she has taken several detoxes in the past with no results. She is now expecting and breastfeeding so I don't believe a detox would be the best thing for her at the moment. Are there any other suggestions you can offer us for currently treating these problems?

    A:

    The acid-forming foods are eggs, meat, dairy products, and refined grains. Shop for vegan foods. Your wife can drink DETOX TEA and use HEALING SKIN OIL (externally) as well as drink vegetable juice (which greatly cleanses the blood). Please consider a consultation so that all questions may be thoroughly answered and so you all can get on the path of healing together as a family.

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    Q: Today is day 14 of my FULL BODY DETOX Journey. About 70% of my upper body is covered in red, painful eczema. I have been taking the sea salt baths but the peroxide on my face stings so I haven't continued doing it. I am trying to stay positive on this journey amidst the difficulty of walking around with red rashly peeling skin and painful, uncomfortable nights. I’m wondering where I go from here. I have 3 colonics line up this week and am trying to be even more diligent and have added wheatgrass and some flax evening primrose to my regimen. Should I expect that on my last day of this detox I will be covered in eczema and upon finishing the herbs it will go away? I just want to set realistic expectations for once the process is complete. I plan on maintaining a primarily fruit and vegetable diet after this and continuing with the juicing, etc. Is the detox process one where you go until the symptoms go away? meaning should I purchase another kit and continue instead of stopping at the 20 day mark? or is there a more mild method that I can use after the detox is complete?

    A:

    Healing takes time so please take things one day at a time, Beloved! Live in the moment! Don't worry about the future and future outcomes! Live in the day (today)! If the peroxide burns stop using it. Have you tried the HEALING SKIN OIL, Beloved? No matter how frustrating, STAY POSITIVE! There is great wisdom in pain and irritation! Expectations? get rid of them because if you don't get what you expect you will be disappointed. Detox and then take a brief break and just rely on food. After you detox (FBD) try the 10-DAY ELECTRIC GREENS CELL FOOD CLEANSEand perform it 2-4 times straight if you can afford it. Have you read our â€ECZEMA†article? Don't forget to drink plenty of vegetable juice!

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    Q: Today makes day 9 of my FULL BODY DETOX (FBD). This morning I have an outbreak on my hand. I have been practicing telling myself I am Healing, but my job is stressful and yesterday I had a stressful day and this morning the outbreak on my right hand. Could this be part of my healing process? Can you suggest what I can do to alleviate the stress at work so this will not block my healing process of herpes? I am following the diet; however I have been kind of burnt out at times on the salads so I at least eat a salad and a bowl of steamed brown rice and frozen green peas that are steamed for 3 min. Is that considered following the diet? I still eat my fruit for breakfast daily, my salad for lunch and steamed broccoli (5min) and for dinner another salad, but for a few days I have eaten the rice and steam green peas. I basically want to know is it alright so if I eat it in the future.

    A:

    You have to learn to deal with your stress and stop reacting to it. Your subconscious mind is greatly blocked and therefore you have to realize your healing will come very slow. At a deep level you still believe herpes is incurable and your body is giving you this (despite the healing crisis of outbreaks on the hand). Your dietary deviation is understandable and not that bad but if you are tiring of salads opt for other things to eat. We list a few raw foods alternative recipes in our "ALTERNATIVE DIET AND LIFESTYLES MANUAL" e-book available for download. Check it out!

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    Q: My eight year old daughter has chronic eczema that has left her skin scared and almost always inflamed. I have tried prescription drugs as well as numerous over the counter treatments that work for a short period of time or not at all. I am convinced that the cure for her condition is a natural remedy. Do you have any suggestions?

    A:

    Please read our â€ECZEMA†article under Articles on our site! Very informative! Also, peruse our â€HERBAL CHART†on our Home Page and scroll down to "Eczema."

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    Q: What's the best way to start on a vegan/raw food diet? I am not sure what to eat to make sure I would get a nutritious diet-you may not be able to go into that much detail but how can I get sample meal plans for breakfast, lunch and dinner incorporating this type of diet-perhaps there is somewhere on the web I find something like this? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

    A:

    If I do say myself, the best way to start a raw food diet is to be coached by me. I run a 6 month health coaching program that is 60-90 percent raw and 100 percent vegan/gluten free/ allergy free. You can find out more about my program at www.theveganeffect.com. I am running a special of half off my program if you sign up before march 1st. 

    Here are some other tips to get started.

    1: Join a raw food meetup group or community. Surround yourself with supportive people who can point you in the right direction. Try meetup.org or 30bananasaday.com 

    2: Read books like "beauty detox solution" by snyder, "80/10/10" by Dr. Graham., or "The Paradigm diet" by Adam Dave

    3: Start simple with breakfast. Always start your day with a green smoothie. read "Green smoothie revolution" by forget authors name at the moment. heh.

    A sample meal plan would be.

    Breakfast: Green smoothie

    Bridge: raw bar, handful of nuts or seeds, or fruit

    Lunch: Raw wraps made from collard greens. use a base of tahini, hummus, or nut butter. Fill with sprouts and colorful veggies

    Bridge: raw bar, handful nuts or seeds, or fruit

    Dinner: Raw pasta with a large salad

    Snack: Sorbet 

     

    Hope that answers your question,

    Gary Gibson HHC CPT VLC BMI

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    Q: My 9 year old daughter has a severe case of eczema, this is the worst I've ever seen it, it's allover her face and at the inside corner of her elbows and it itches a lot. It looks like she has a disease and the kids at school make fun of her. I bought so many things for her that people recommended and the doctor prescribes but nothing works. Can you suggest something that will ease her discomfort of this lizard skin disease like sickness?

    A:

    PUT THE CHILD ON THE CHILDREN’S DETOX AND EXTERNALLY APPLY OZ OIL. PAINT THE CHILD'S ROOM BLUE AND LET THE BED SHEET AND COVERS BE BLUE TOO AS BLUE IS THE ANTI-DOT TO RED WHICH IS THE COLOR OF BURNING AND INFLAMMATION. PLEASE READ OUR ECZEMA ARTICLE. I HELPED MY SON FROM MY PREVIOUS MARRIAGE TO HEAL FROM HIS ECZEMA IN 6 MONTHS. â€ECZEMA†IS HEALABLE!

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    Q: My daughter of 21 months has developed what's called baby eczema on her both her arms near the elbows, her wrist, and face. We would really like to heal her from this condition. She itches, and it's hard to have her avoid this. Do you have any advisory for us in healing baby eczema? Btw, we're in Los Angeles as well. Do you have a storefront that we can visit?

    A:

    What is the baby eating (consuming) daily? Was she on formula milk? I would recommend giving the baby our BLOOD AND LYMPHATIC TEA to drink (add maple syrup and a lemon juice) in a bottle and apply HEALING SKIN OIL to her skin daily. Read our article entitled "ECZEMA" located in our "Articles" department. Good information!

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    Q: I was online searching for some natural treatments for hair growth in Black Men when I came across your article. I must say that I believe it was so on point that I decided not to look any further. I'm 44 years of age and started noticing my hair thinning when about 12 years ago. I was one of those that you wrote about in your article chasing a lifestyle that is no longer an interest to me. I did fall into some bad habits that were not good for my health off and on over the past 15 years or so more off than on. My body type I would describe as athletic. I'm tone, and strong when I exercise regularly. I'm about 150lbs @ 5'11". My diet is mostly vegetables but from time to time I feel I have to eat fish or chicken. Not necessarily prepared in the healthiest way I'm sure. I just got out of one of my "on" spells so to speak. Meaning the drinking of beer and cigarettes. I've been smoking and drinking beer now since September 2006 after not having done anything but live healthy for six years before that. As soon as my wife and I came back to the states and started working and runnign again these old destructive habits appeared again in my life. I only blame myself though. Right now my hair and skin suffer from the chemical poisoning from the habits that I just mentioned. I am prepared to take your advice about righteous living to heart and start fresh again. Is there a mild remedy that can work with me to stimulate the re-growth of my hair in the spots where it is balding in that classic balding pattern? I am generally very healthy when I doing right and even now rarely get sick. But my sickness manifest in stress and bad habits to num the pain of having to live this way when don't really want to. I quit the job that I've been working for the past 4 years for that reason and have been blessed to have some time not to grind everyday chasing after money. Now is a crucial time of healing for me, and I must take full advantage of the time. Moderation is in order for whatever you can suggest for me in the way of herbal remedies. I am sure that you can prescribe a simple overall regiment for my overall health based on what I have shared with you with an emphasis on the hair and skin. Again, thank you for writing the article. Call or write. The sooner the better.......Thank You!!

    A:

    I would say first detox with the FULL BODY DETOX and get your diet right CONSISTENTLY! Constantly clean your temple! This is key! Next, perform the TOTAL MALE CLEANSE. After this, do a daily regimen of HAIR SKIN NAILS FORMULA, ELECTRIC GREENS CELL FOOD, KHEMETIAN GOLD, and MSM SULFUR. Forgive yourself of past self-inflicted harm! Stop worrying about your hair loss. Start visualizing your hair growing back. If you can see it, you will achieve it! The mind is all and problems and remedies begin in the mind! BTW: we offer phone consultations if you're interested.

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    Q: Thank you for the great advice! :) Our baby has had baby eczema since infancy; however it looks as though it is now getting worse. She has always been and continues to be breastfed; we have supplemented with formula and Gerber baby products once she was ready for solids. She is now eating foods such as oatmeal, whole milk (sometimes we tradeoff between that and baby formula), various fruits and vegetables, meats such as chicken, turkey and beef, pasta, bread, beans, rice, etc. She seems to be more interested in eating carbohydrates than anything else. Also, another question we have is pertaining to my wife's acne and melasma problem which she has had for several years since adolescence (acne) and since she started using contraceptives (melasma). She also has a few crow's feet around her eyes which she would like to get rid of. Do you have any advice and or recommendations for treating these problems? Once again, thank you for the advice and we greatly appreciate your help/suggestions.

    A:

    The baby's diet is unfortunately conducive to eczema. It is greatly acid-forming and needs to be changed immediately. For your wife, have her begin her healing journey by performing the FULL BODY DETOX.

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    Q: I would like to order the cleanse for women... my husband is doing the full body cleanse now... what do you recommend for me... ? I really need to work on my diet am vegetarian however, I feel like I truly face some of the same issues you faced during your conversion.. perhaps I need to consider going back to strictly vegan vegetables! I use to be very healthy but now I take meds for stomach pains.. etc... but I have implemented flaxseed oil into my diet .. .what is your view on flaxseed..? I found this article to very interesting that you wrote.. I have headaches from time to time also.

    A:

    We would recommend you perform the Full Body Cleanse to help remedy the sypmtoms you are experiencing. A raw foods diet is recommended while on the cleanse, so you are on the right track. Flaxseed Oil is a great product to have in your diet, as it provides healthy fats.

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    Q: I have a question. My son is 16 and got him detox just 2 days ago. He hasn't started it because he cannot do with school so I told him to wait for vacation and then start because he cannot handle the food diet. anyway, we are vegetarians, and was wondering if he has bad acne, would just the blood and lymph formula work for now until we start detox to take care of his acne. I also ordered that but thought I will start after the detox and he wants to clear his face sooner and detox with diet is impossible at that age and being in school unless he does not follow the diet? What do you think? Can you let me know? Please thanks.

    A:

    Just do the BLOOD AND LYMPHATIC FORMULA for now until he can FULL BODY DETOX and do the diet. Just do what you can do diet-wise given the circumstances. An "ACNE" article is coming very soon! Stay tuned to Dherbs.Com!

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    Q: I have incorporated fish into my diet because I have been craving. Is moderation okay.... meaning my fruits for breakfast a regular lunch with salad and a salad for dinner okay to pretty much moderate other foods? It is challenging for me to become a vegan. Do you have any suggestions on how to still eat healthy to maintain an alkalized body with certain foods with moderation that are not raw? I still drink my green veggies at least twice a day. I am praying that my results will be negative.

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    FISH IN MODERATION IS OKAY FOR YOU. TO MAINTAIN ALKALINITY, DESPITE THE ACID-FORMING THINGS YOU EAT, JUST MAKE SURE TO EAT AS MANY GREEN FOODS AS POSSIBLE. YOU CAN ALSO TAKE 6 CAPSULES OF ELECTRIC GREENS CELL FOOD TOO! YOU’RE DOING GOOD SO KEEP YOUR THOUGHTS POSITIVE AND ON YOUR DESIRES.

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    Q: I have the alternative diet and lifestyle manual and want to make sure that this applies to the respiratory condition as well. Can I have the rice bread with no gluten or wheat? or rice pasta being that I have sarcoid? Can I eat cold water fish or venison in small portions along with veggies? What about rice or soy milk or protein whey shake for breakfast once or twice a week? Thank you once again my breathing has improved greatly and I have ordered many more supplies to maintain what I have accomplished thus far due to your regimen. I am not a vegetarian so I want to make sure it is okay to have white meats. I will do whatever I have to do to live. I love and appreciate everything you have done to change and help me to heal myself.

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    The manual applies when you are FINISHED with a cleanse or kit. Follow the regimen's diet. It clearly states NO COOKED FOOD. You are asking us about cooked food here. Stick to the diet plan and you will be alright! You are asking about foods no good for your condition. Whey is crap. Meat is no good. Grains are no good for you as well. They all produce too much mucus!

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    Q: I am the mother of a 2 yr old that suffers from eczema terribly. Not only does she have eczema she suffers from a host of food allergies. My baby also is very emotional and hyper sensitive. I have worked with herbalists in the past that seemed to help. Doing my research I learned that they were not really helping me but keeping my baby hooked on their remedies instead of teaching me how to keep my baby strong. I don't have a problem purchasing remedies, but this person was upwards of 200-300 per month. I am a single mother and cannot afford that. I have looked into your products and would like to begin my daughter on a regiment that would help her. Right now my daughter is suffering from severe itching of her legs, arms, everywhere and it happens mostly at night or when she feels she has not had her way. Help!!!!!

    A:

    All understanding of healing begins with knowledge and healing itself begins in the mind. See your child well and the child will get well. Check out our MENTAL SCIENCE MANUAL. Good reading! Please read our article on "ECZEMA" and "SKIN DISORDER = BLOOD DISORDER" in our articles section. It's not so much about taking products but modifying the diet. Most children with eczema are fed a horrible and poor diet rich in meat, dairy products, refined grains, etc. that only exacerbates the problem. Rub the child's skin down with Shea Butter. Alternate with our HEALING SKIN OIL. The child's bed should be draped in the color blue, the antidote to the color red, the color of burning inflammation. bed sheets, spread, pillows, etc should be blue or light blue. I'd even paint the walls of the child's bedroom sky blue due to its soothing effect. It's a shame that some herbalists are only about the money. At Dherbs, we are all about education which is why our site is laced with so much information. Stay positive and optimistic!

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    Q: I am interesting in the Full Body Detox it calls for a diet of raw foods do you have any meals or diet regime that contains raw foods because my family would love to try it and will it be 3 weeks supply for just one person or for me and my husband?

    A:

    THE RAW FOOD RECIPES ARE LISTED IN THE"ALTERNATIVE DIET AND LIFESTYLE" AND "FULL BODY DETOX COMPANION" E-BOOKS AVAILABLE ON OUR SITE (VISIT ON-LINE STORE). THESE MANUALS ALSO LIST THE NAMES OF GOOD RAW FOODS RECIPE BOOKS AS WELL.

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    Q: I am interesting in the Full Body Detox it calls for a diet of raw foods do you have any meals or diet regime that contains raw foods because my family would love to try it and will it be 3 weeks supply for just one person or for me and my husband?

    A:

    THE RAW FOOD RECIPES ARE LISTED IN THE"ALTERNATIVE DIET AND LIFESTYLE" AND "FULL BODY DETOX COMPANION"E-BOOKS AVAILABLE ON OUR SITE (VISIT ON-LINE STORE). THESE MANUALS ALSO LIST THE NAMES OF GOOD RAW FOODS RECIPE BOOKS AS WELL.

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    Q: I did the FULL BODY DETOX and ANTI-VIRAL CLEANSE AND REGIMEN back to back. I just received my test results for hsv1 and it's still positive. I followed the diet strictly and followed everything that as instructed. I did not cheat at all. I was taking Dr. Sebi's herbs for 5 months and eating a vegan diet. At month 6 I came across your website and decided to give your products a try. I truly believed I would test negative this time. Here are the viral numbers after taking Dr. Sebi's herbs for 5 months. I started getting tested after month three. 5.32 - month 3 dr. sebi 4.32 - month 4 dr sebi 3.28 - month 5 dr sebi 3.79 - month 6 today (your products). What should I do next?

    A:

    When people have difficulty healing, there's always an emotional, mental, and psychological block (where they really believe they have a disease and if it's said to be incurable they subconsciously believe it is incurable so no matter what they do they don't get physical results). Healing must be holistic! Clearly you are getting some results with herbs (Sebi's and mine) which means the herbs are doing their part but you are not doing your part. Belief is key to healing! If you are focused on "NOT wanting" herpes, you are in fact attracting herpes to stay with you because the Universe does not process negative language, i.e. "no" "not" "non" and "don't." So when you say or focus on NOT desiring a thing, i.e. "I don't want to have herpes!" the Universe hears: "I WANT to have herpes" and gives you what you want. You have to focus only on seeing yourself healed. Herpes can't be nowhere in your thought process, vocabulary, aura, etc. and it is! You are not the first person with this problem. I deal with hundreds of other individuals whose minds are not right and they go spend thousands of dollars for physical healing but they invest 0% into mental healing. Your healing depends on sources outside of self. You are looking for test results to prove your are healed rather than knowing, seeing, and FEELING that you are healed. You are looking for external products (herbs) to heal you and not your MIND and God-force. Herbs and diet only play a role. You didn't get herpes from what you ate. It was THOUGHT, EMOTIONS, ATTITUDE, DIET, LIFESTYLE, and perhaps PAST-LIFE KARMA! Let's talk! "All healing is mental"

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    Q: Hello Mr. DHerbs. I am writing because I have eczema on my neck, back, arms, stomach and toes. I have suffered with this for years & I cannot get rid of it. Also I have a stomach that I am having trouble to get flat. Can you please help me. I am a 37 yr old black female that would just like to feel healthy, I don't drink or smoke and I try to eat healthy most of the time, so what am I doing wrong?. Please give me your advice. Thank you very much.

    A:

    Read our articles "SKIN DISORDER = BLOOD DISORDER" and "ECZEMA" for remedies and solutions. For the stomach problem, I will recommend 10-DAY SUPREME COLON CLEANSE and FULL BODY DETOX.

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    Q: I'm a raw vegan, and still suffering from acne. I stay away from all sweeteners, except fresh whole fruits. I started to have lots of greens juices these days, and my skin has improved a little bit. What about spices such a cayenne pepper, is it bad for your skin? What about goji berries? I know they are diet fruits, thats why I stay away from them for a while. I even fast for a while. I just don't know how my skin can getter better.

    A:

    Greetings! Have you detoxed (Full Body Detox)? Acne is a blood disorder. Please read our article "Skin Disorder = Blood Disorder" for more information. Our Healing Facial Kit will be out later this month. Recommended reading: The Mental Science Manual. Stay positive! Don't focus so much on the problem. Use visualization techniques, and see yourself as you desire to see yourself, with flawless skin.

    Article:
    Skin Disorder = Blood Disorder

    Product Links:
    Full Body Detox
    The Mental Science Manual

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    Q: Peace. First off I would like to say that I am in love with your site. I started my children on a vegan diet last year, but they're lacking a very large amount of nutritional needs, including myself. I saw yours children's multivitamins, will it be strong enough to get my children back on a healthy tract? They're age 2,4,and 5. One more question. I ordered the full body cleanse. I also have an issue with my skin. I have cysts all over my body covering some of my hair particles and when they come to a head, besides the pain, its full of puss n there's a large amount of baby fine hairs that come out with it. I've been suffering with this since I was 14 yrs old. Can you help my situations?

    A: A vegan diet provides all the nutrients one needs. Be sure that you're all consuming a good amount of fruits and vegetables, as these foods predominately provide all the nutrients that the body needs. You can give the children the multivitamin to help boost their immune system. We recommend doing the Full Body Cleanse first, followed by the 10 Day Blood Cleanse. Severe skin issues are related to a problem within the blood, cleansing it is best. Continuing with the Blood and Lymphatic formula is also ideal. Please take time to read the following article: Skin Disorder = Blood Disorder -http://www.dherbs.com/articles/skin-disorder-252.html Product Links: Full Body Cleanse - http://dherbs.com/store/full-body-cleanse-p-1.html 10 Day Blood Cleanse -http://dherbs.com/store/10-day-supreme-blood-cleanse-p-448.html Blood & Lymphatic Formula -http://www.dherbs.com/store/blood-lymphatic-formula-p-9.html