Eczema on Face - Can you Face a 10 Day Test

By: Janet Simpson

If you are suffering with eczema on your face or any other part of your body I would like you to follow a certain eating plan for the next ten days.

"The 10 Day Raw Plan" is an eating plan that will make a difference to your rash in just ten days.

On the plan your body will receive an influx of beneficial nutrition that will eliminate stored wastes from your body and revitalise every single cell in your body.

You will notice the difference in the way your rash heals and feels.

As a side benefit you will notice that your flesh is firmer, your skin is smoother and you can handle both physical and mental stress more readily. Your eyes will look brighter too.

This plan is very similar to a fast without the hunger and the headaches, dizziness and other cleansing effects that you might feel.

"The 10 Day Raw Plan" is a slow, detoxifying, revitalising plan that will heal your body system and your skin rash.

Follow the plan for just ten days and then decide whether the plan has made a marked difference to your eczema or not.

I am sure you will be happily surprised.

The essence of the plan is as follows:

Eczema on Face - Can You Face A 10 Day Test Tip #1

Raw juice for breakfast is a very beneficial for your eczema. Choose between vegetables or fruit. Just ensure that you include at least one portion of raw green food.

For instance: carrots, apples and spinach juice, or tomato, broccoli and kale juice.

Eczema on Face - Can You Face A 10 Day Test Tip #2

Raw foods again for lunch in the form of a very filling and nutritious salad. Choose 7 vegetables from the list below. Add a dressing of olive oil and lemon juice. Serve with salt, pepper and some herbs.

The vegetable list to choose from includes: cabbage, kale, turnip, watercress, parsnips, carrots, radishes, beetroot, celery, yams, broccoli, sweet potatoes, spinach, rocket and radicchio.

Eczema on Face - Can You Face A 10 Day Test Tip #3

The last meal of the day consists of lentil or split peas soup served with rye bread or rye crispbread.

Alternatively you can steam some brown rice and serve with some steamed or stir fry vegetables.

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