Cream Eczema - Reduce Cream Dependency

by : Janet Simpson

Most of the creams I was prescribed by my various doctors when I suffered chronic eczema, contained some form of harmful ingredient.

Most contained cortisones, or steroids. Some alcohol, hormones, antibiotics eroxides or fluorocarbon propellants.

None of these creams or ointments delivered long term benefit and what benefits they did provided would stop as soon as I stopped using the creams.

A more permanent answer was to find a solution that worked from the inside out. A solution that went to the root of the problem and perhaps would deliver other health benefits.

One such solution is to eliminate bad fats from the diet. Avoiding bad fats will make a transformational difference to your health. Bad fats are those that have been heated to very high degrees or have undergone some kind of processing.

Such fats tend to contain high levels of trans fatty acids. Trans fatty acids are very detrimental to your health. They cause untold cell damage and create increased toxin and waste products all of which will effect your eczema.

Foods containing trans fatty acids are widespread. If you take a look at the labels contained on food packing you might be surprised how extensive they are.

Foods such as crisps, desserts, junk food, cereals, cookies, breads and peanut butter.

Look for ingredients such as trans fatty acids, or hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated fats on food labels.

There is currently a law that prohibits trans fatty acids being used in baby foods.

Here are more reasons why you should stay away from these bad fats:

#1 - If you consume trans fatty acids on a regular basis you increase your levels of bad cholesterol and thus increase your chances of heart disease.

#2 - Your cell functioning is lowered thus decreasing your cell vitality if you consume trans fatty acids.

#3 - Consumption of trans fatty acids tend to interfere with efficient hormone elimination.

#4 - Consumption of bad fats containing trans fatty acids tends to create blood sugar imbalance.