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Itchy fluid filled blisters – hands and feet or dyshidrotic eczema, pompholyx, what may get rid of it

Dyshidrotic eczema or Pompholyx is a form of eczema that occurs on hands and feet. It can also be called Cheiropompholyx Dyshidrosis Foot-and-hand eczema Pompholyx Vesicular eczema Palmoplantar eczema This is a fairly common form of eczema that causes small, intensely itchy blisters on the edges of the fingers, toes, palms, and soles of the […]

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Diet changes highly effective in reducing clinical depression

The world’s first dietary intervention study for severe to moderate clinical depression showed diet has a powerful impact on mood. We have known from epidemiological studies that poor diet is associated with depression, however, this does not prove diet causes it, or a good diet treats it. To prove that diet is an effective treatment […]

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What kind of diet might be most effective for rheumatoid arthritis?

There are a number of reasons why the AIP protocol is effective for auto-immune disease including rheumatoid arthritis (RA). However it is important to point out that not all will respond to AIP, there are many factors that contribute to auto-immune disease apart from diet. AIP is not the only diet that works, in fact […]

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Menopause update: diet, exercise and supplements

This is a follow up from my previous post: “Menopause sucks, even on a paleo diet” It’s just over a year on. I’ve been playing with diet and exercise and menopause supplements. Trying to get back that feeling of pre-menopausal normality and trying to ward what aging is doing to my body. Here’s what I […]

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Rheumatoid arthritis and diet research project

It’s been a while since I’ve posted! Over the next few weeks, I’ll be doing a series of blog posts about rheumatoid arthritis and diet based on a post-graduate research project I did last year at Massey University. Here is what the topic was called: “An investigation into the use of a Paleolithic diet by […]

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What diet helps Alzheimer’s? Why are Alzheimer’s NZ selling biscuits to raise money?

A year or so ago I spent a fair few hours doing an assignment looking at the relationship of diet to Alzheimer’s disease (AD). One fact is very clear, biscuits are probably the worst food you can eat if you have this disease or want to stay free of it. Saturated fat (I know this […]

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