Title: Essential Fatty Acids for Eczema and Other Skin Disorders
Author: Rudy Silva
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Essential Fatty Acids for Eczema and Other Skin Disorders
by Rudy Silva

Many people suffer from eczema and various skin disorders that
they don’t understand. The names for these skin disorders are
numerous -- eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, hives, allergies,
scales, and so on. Most standard medical treatments fail to cure
or give lasting relief to some of these disorders. This makes it
so frustrating for those with these diseases since even
dermatologist and doctors find it difficult to find a cure for

Finding a treatment for these skin disorders is difficult since
every person requires a different treatment. The treatment
required depends on the person’s nutritional deficiencies and
emotional makeup. Some people will respond to a specific
treatment and using this same treatment on another person can
have no effect.

Here is a natural remedy that has a 50% chance of working for
you. In a clinical study where this nutritional program was used,
50% of the people involved show skin improvement. So if you are
suffering from some sort of skin disease that seems to hang on,
consider trying this remedy that requires using a combination of
3 groups of nutrients

Eczema remedy nutrient one

Take 1- 4 tablespoons of flaxseed oil. This oil contains the
essential oil omega-3, which the body converts to EPA and DHA
oils. These oils are then convert to specific prostaglandin
through the direction of the omega-3 oil.

The actual amount of flaxseed oil to use is something you need
to experiment with. First start out with a small amount, 1/2
tablespoon or more, if its some thing you don’t normally use.
Then after a week increases it to 1-2 tablespoons, then a week
later go to 2-3 tablespoons. You need to find the trigger point
where it starts to give you results in decreasing your skin

The secret to what I am telling you here is that you need to be
consistent in using flaxseed oil every day. And another thing,
you may have to use for 2-3 months to see some results. For some
people it can take longer, maybe up to a year. Yet, for other
people results can be seen within a week.

Eczema remedy nutrient two

Here’s how you can make flaxseed oil more effective. Taking B
vitamins boost the effects of flaxseed oil in your body by
helping to create prostaglandins. Remember prostaglandins help to
reduce inflammation. Start with a daily supplement of the 50
B-vitamins and later move up to the 100 B-vitamins. Always look
to see which dose helps your condition to determine the dose you

Eczema remedy nutrients three

One additional set of nutrients is needed in the use of flaxseed
oil for eczema and other skin disorders. You must take
antioxidant supplements, which include vitamin A, C, E, and
selenium to protect the flaxseed oil from deteriorating and
becoming rancid in the body. The body automatically used the
stores of antioxidants that you have, to protect the flaxseed
oil, so it will depleted these antioxidants unless your restore
them by supplementation.

Here are additional items to know:

- One tablespoon of flaxseed oil contains 100 calories.

- If you start to see side effects or allergies using flaxseed
 oil, stop using it.

- Use flaxseed oil in divided doses. Use it in salad, soups, and
 orange juice.

- Never cook or heat flaxseed oil.

- Always keep flaxseed oil in the refrigerator when it is not in

In addition to taking the above three eczema remedy supplements,
you can use flaxseed oil on your affected skin area. In some
people it has helped their condition. Start by applying the oil
to a small area to make sure there is no adverse reaction.

Remember the secret to getting results is to be consistent in
your used of these supplements and to test to see what quantity
of these supplements gives you results.

Copyright © 2005 Rudy Silva

About Rudy: Rudy Silva has a degree in Physics and is a Natural
Nutritionist. He is the author of Constipation, Acne, Hemorrhoid,
and Fatty Acid ebooks. He also writes a newsletter called
"Natural-Remedies-ThatWork.com." For more information on the
essential fatty acids, go to http://www.fatty-acid-remedies.for--you.info


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