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Skin Rashes and Inflammation
Skin Rashes and Inflammation
Description: Dermatitis, or superficial inflammation of the skin, is characterized by redness, itching, oozing, crusting, scaling, and vesicles when acute. Causes are divided into two general categories: exogenous, or contact, and endogenous, or systemic. Contact dermatitis may be caused by skin contact with chemical or other irritants, such as soaps, detergents, cosmetics, jewelry, acids, alkalics, etc. Endogenous dermatitis may be associated with or caused by allergies, emotional stress, compromised circulation, bacterial, fungal, or viral infection, glandular disorders, organ debilitation, etc.

Nutrients
Essential
EFA’s
-Anti-inflammatory, essential for skin health
Vitamin A/Beta Carotene
-Anti-inflammatory, essential for skin health
Digestive enzymes
-Aid digestion, prevent allergic reactions
Multi-mineral complex
-Essential for skin integrity


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Chlorophyll
-Blood cleansing, anti-inflammatory
Vitamin C with Bioflavonoids
-Prevents allergic reactions, promotes skin health
Quercitin with Bromelain
-Anti-inflammatory, supports immune system
Proteolytic enzymes
-Anti-inflammatory
Nucleic acids (RNA, DNA)
-Skin renewal
Collagen
-Supports healthy skin (connective tissue)


Foods
Emphasize: beta-carotene foods such as winter squash and pumpkin; leafy greens such as dandelion greens, spinach, kale, chard, and water-cress; blue-green algae such as spirulina and wild blue-green; seaweeds, mung beans, aduki beans, and unpeeled cucumbers; goat milk products instead of cow’s milk.

Reduce or avoid: spicy, fatty, greasy, foods; citrus fruits, oysters, herring, and shrimp; excess sweets, chocolate, and meats; tobacco, alcohol, coffee, and soda pop.

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