Do you want clear skin, without relying on steroid creams forever?

Are you tired of being told by every doctor and dermatologist that there’s nothing else you can do and that changing your diet will make no difference?

I completely understand if you’re at your wits’ end. It’s hard to know who to trust because there’s so much conflicting information out there. And it doesn’t help that dermatitis/ eczema has many guises. A few of them are:

  • allergic/irritant contact dermatitis
  • dermatitis herpetiformis
  • discoid eczema
  • pompholyx
  • seborrhoeic dermatitis/eczema, and
  • atopic eczema.

These last two are some of the most common, because they tend to stick around for a long time, indicating an imbalance of the immune system keeping the cycle of inflammation in place.

There are many different reasons why this may be occurring. Some of the most common factors are:

  • food allergy
  • food intolerances
  • low vitamin A, D, essential fatty acids, zinc
  • leaky gut

However, there are lesser known drivers such as mould sensitivity, sensitisation to allergens through broken skin, and stubborn bacteria in eczema lesions, such as Staphyloccus aureus.

This is why having someone on your team to help you figure which factors are at play can be useful.

I have helped many others like you find the unique reasons that they experience eczema, and therefore how to resolve it. How?

This way:

  1. Your situation will be thoroughly assessed, and a personalised 6-month treatment program will be designed specifically to address the reasons you have eczema.
  2. You will receive ongoing practical support through 1 on 1 health coaching
  3. Functional medicine testing to uncover hidden drivers will be recommended to advance your recovery.

Take back control today by booking a discovery call.

Online Course: Cutting Through the Confusion of Foods and Eczema

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