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Healing Eczema Naturally with Dietary Supplements

If you or your kid(s) are living with eczema,you have probably already tried a variety of methods and products to relieve the red, itchy skin. Unfortunately, you didn’t manage to get an effective remedy or treatment for the eczema. On the other hand, some products or remedies had left the skin feeling drier and even more irritated, worsening the eczema.


There is no shortage of treatments for easing skin dryness and discomfort caused by eczema. But what if you would rather alleviate the symptoms and heal the eczema using natural options as opposed to, say, heavy-duty ointment or prescription medication?


Besides medications, there are many natural options which you can try to help to achieve your objective to heal the eczema. The natural remedies listed below may help replenish moisture and heal the skin’s optimum health.


Overview:

  1. What is Eczema

  2. Natural Treatments for Eczema

  3. Regular Moisturization and Hydration - The Cornerstone to Heal Eczema

  4. Diets for Eczema

  5. PPARs Supplement - The Natural Supplement to Heal Eczema

  6. Simply Nature PPARs

  7. Takeaways


What is Eczema

Eczema is a disorder that causes significant discomfort to those affected by it. Nighttime itching is a particular torment of eczema, snatching away the good night’s sleep and the sweet dreams, trying to “ordeal’’ our mental wellness.


Eczema is a chronic, inflammatory condition that makes the skin turn red, scaly, and itchy. Eczema tends to worsen especially when the weather is dry. It can show up in several places on the body, and different types of eczema can cause different symptoms.


Eczema is also known as dermatitis which means an inflammation of the skin.

Sometimes, eczema may cause the skin to blister or peel on top of redness and itchiness.


There are 7 Types of Eczema where each eczema type has its own set of symptoms:


I. Atopic Dermatitis

- the most common type of eczema where it normally starts in childhood and rashes are often formed in the creases of elbows or knees.


II. Contact Dermatitis

- where the skin condition worsened, became red and irritated, caused by allergic reaction to certain allergens or irritants.

III. Dyshidrotic Eczema

- where small blisters normally form around the hands and feet which may itch and hurt.

IV. Hand Eczema

- that affects only the hands, mainly due to regular contact of chemicals that will irritate the skin, like detergents, sanitizers and bleaches.


V. Neurodermatitis

- similar to atopic dermatitis but it causes thick, scalp patches to pop up on the skin. Neurodermatitis is usually associated with other types of eczema or psoriasis.

VI. Nummular Eczema

- which causes round, coin-shaped spots around the skin. The most ‘insane’ symptom of nummular eczema is intensive itch.

VII. Stasis Dermatitis

- happens when fluid leaks out of weakened or damaged veins into the skin, resulting in swelling, redness, itching and pain. It normally affects the lower part of the body (leg and feet).



The skin is one of the largest organs in the body in surface area. One of the important functions of the skin is that it is an organ of protection.

Healthy skin helps to retain the moisture and acts as a barrier which protects us from bacteria, micro-organisms, irritants and allergens. Other protections provided by the skin include mechanical impacts and pressure, variations in temperature, radiation and chemicals.


Like most diseases, the cause of eczema is multifactorial. Genes and hormones play a role in causing eczema on the face. Immune system is also a cause of eczema.


Eczema is often related to a gene variation which influences and affects the skin’s ability to provide protections to the body. This exposes the skin to be vulnerable and can be affected by the environmental factors, irritants and allergens easily.


When the skin contacts the irritants or allergens, the immune system is triggered and starts to attack “threats” and hence causing inflammation on the skin, resulting in itchiness and redness. The irritants and allergens might be produced by the body or from the external environment.



Natural Treatments for Eczema


To heal the eczema naturally means to use the non-invasive natural treatments to promote the body tissues for self-healing. The main benefits of using the natural treatments to heal the eczema include:


  1. Alleviating the symptoms and healing the affected areas without affecting other body tissues.

  2. Heal the eczema from the root cause in which the possibilities of relapse is minimized after recovery.


Natural treatments for eczema healing include regular moisturization, dietary changes and nutritional supplementation.



Regular Moisturization and Hydration - The Cornerstone to Heal Eczema

The common symptoms of eczema include dry, cracked skin which then cause itchiness and even burning sensations on the affected areas. Therefore, regular moisturizing and hydrating the skin is the cornerstone which helps to soothe the skin and alleviate the symptoms. More importantly, moisturizers act as a “protective-shield” for the cracked skin from being affected by bacteria which will trigger flare-ups.


However, it is important to choose the moisturizing materials very carefully. You do not want to simply pick one lotion or moisturizer with additives which would possibly be an irritant or allergen that will worsen your eczema. Therefore, picking and using the natural remedies to moisturize and hydrate the skin have been the 1st priority.

Honey is excellent to soothe cracked skin and has antibacterial properties which will help to fight infection. Honey can help moisturize your skin and protect the cracked skin from infection. It also works as a mild exfoliator and can help remove dry, dead skin and gives a “brand-new” refreshment to the skin.

Coconut oil is an emollient that not only moisturizes the skin, but it can also protect the skin by enhancing its barrier function. Other benefits of coconut oil are its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. The antibacterial abilities of coconut oil can reduce staph bacteria on the skin, which helps prevent infection. Virgin or cold-pressed coconut oil free from additives are the wise picks.

Cucumber and aloe vera are also good moisturizers for alleviating the symptoms and soothe the cracked skin, helping the skin to heal naturally.


Gently apply the moisturizer on the affected areas, especially the cracked skins.

Do the moisturization within a minute or two after bathing and reapply as often as you feel like you need it. Besides, apply the moisturizer before you go to bed. It does not only moisturize your skin but it would help to soothe the itchiness which makes you sleep better.


Diets for Eczema


Making a few key dietary changes and maintaining a balanced diet would be important to diminish eczema flares.

Most common foods contributing to injury and inflammation are wheat, dairy products, eggs, peanuts and soy. These foods are more inflammatory in nature compared to other foods. As a result, these foods induce immunologic responses, contributing to eczema flare-up and worsen eczema. Hence, these are foods that must be avoided for eczema.


Foods that are rich with anti-inflammatory properties are eczema friendly diets which will help to promote natural healing of eczema. Some anti-inflammatory foods which would be beneficial for eczema healing include fish, turmeric and cinnamon, leafy greens and colourful fruits.

Fish is a natural source of Omega 3 Fatty Acids which serve a powerful ally in the fight against inflammation , the root of eczema. Fishes like mackerel, herring, tuna, salmon, cod liver, whale blubber, and seal blubber are especially rich with omega 3 Fatty Acids.

Turmeric and cinnamon are rich with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties which are important for the eczema to heal by decreasing skin scaling and itchiness. You may take turmeric and cinnamon as spices to be added into your meal, or you could have them added to your drinks like hot tea.

Colourful fruits like apples, blueberries and cherries are rich with Quercetins, an eczema friendly nutrient which can reduce inflammation as well as levels of histamine in the body due to its powerful antioxidant and antihistamine properties.



PPARs Supplement - The Natural Supplement to Heal Eczema

The root causes of eczema are thought to be associated with immune function and autoimmune disorders. Hence, “treating” the immune system, ensuring the proper function of the immune system is another important concern to heal the eczema. In this case, PPARs Supplement plays a pivotal role in healing the immune system naturally and “correcting” the immune system disorders.


What is PPARs Supplement? The Peroxisome Proliferator Activated Receptors (PPARs) are a subgroup of the nuclear hormone receptor superfamily where the ‘family members’ include: the PPAR alpha, the PPAR gamma, and the PPAR delta/beta.

PPARs are effective in treating different types of skin conditions and disorders, including the ‘stubborn’ eczema. PPARs work to regulate the expression of genes by binding the ligand to the protein.


Expression of the PPAR alpha is highest in tissues with active fatty acid catabolism.

These body tissues include liver, heart, BAT, small and large intestine, and skeletal muscle.Its role in these cells is thought to be the activation of anti-inflammatory and anti-atherogenic effects. PPAR delta/beta is expressed in most tissues and is involved in the promotion of mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation, energy consumption, and thermogenesis.PPAR delta/beta plays an important tissue and cellular context-specific role in adipose tissue mass, skin inflammatory responses, wound healing, and neural cell myelination. Among the subtypes, PPAR gamma is the most common subtype of PPARs. It is mainly expressed in several other inflammatory cells too including T cells, and B cells. PPAR gamma plays a pivotal role in anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer pathways. PPAR gamma not only encourages the activation of anti-inflammatory genes but also inhibits the activity of pro-inflammatory transcription factors such as nuclear factor κB (NFκB) as well as immunoglobulin-E or IgE.


Anti-inflammatory properties of PPARs help to promote healing of rashes, speeding up the recovery of eczema. By bringing down the inflammatory hormones, PPARs do not only reduce inflammation and pain, from the roots, PPARs prevent the production of pro-inflammatory and angiogenic enzymes, minimizing the possibilities of relapse after recovery.


In terms of the immune system, PPARs is one of the most effective supplements as an immunity booster. Activation of PPARs will enhance immunity cell proliferator capability and therefore boost the immune system. In terms of recovery, PPARs contain a high concentration of Cell Growth Factor (C.G.F). C.G.F. is a naturally occurring substance capable of stimulating cellular growth and healing of cells. It supports the healing process of damaged body tissues, allowing the cells to repair faster and more effectively. It is highly beneficial in helping the dry cracked skin to heal naturally and quickly.



Simply Nature PPARs Supplement

If you are based in Singapore or the Philippines, you must have heard of Simply Nature PPARs Series, either from your family, friends, peers or even your general practitioner. Over the years, Simply Nature PPARs have successfully helped numerous people with different illnesses and diseases. Feel free to check out the successful testimonials and reviews from our happy users as well the medical doctors.


What is more important is that the Simply Nature PPARs are made up of 100% natural plant-based whole food which are totally free from additives, binder, fillers and any artificial substances. Like most of the green plant foods, the Simply Nature PPARs do not have any particular contra-indications with drugs. This means that the Simply Nature PPARs are beneficial and safe for daily consumption without any side effects.


You will find 4 different consumable forms of Simply Nature PPARs which include the tablet form, the extract powder, the liquid vials and the soft gel capsule.


1. The Simply Nature PPARs Extract Liquid

The Simply Nature PPARs Extract Liquid is one of the best sellers of PPARs Series. It is the most expensive Simply Nature PPARs product compared to other Simply Nature PPARs Series products. However, it is the most effective one as well. This is because each vial of liquid holds the amount of potency as high as 1,000 tablets. This PPARs Extract Liquid is meant for those with critical needs and anti-ageing purposes.


There are 6 liquid vials in a box of Extract Liquid.


2. The Simply Nature PPARs Plus Tablets

Compared to other consumable forms, capsules and tablets are always the most convenient forms of supplements. The Simply Nature PPARs Plus Tablet contains almost 100 times more than normal vegetables of chlorophyll. Hence, it is beneficial for the blood purification and anti-toxic process of the body. It is beneficial for constipation issues too.

Each bottle of PPARs Tablet contains 150 tablets.


3. The Simply Nature PPARs Extract Soft Gel Capsule

Compared to tablets, soft gel capsules are easier to swallow. From the perspective of taste, soft gel capsules have no taste or unpleasant taste of herbs. Highly suitable for those with difficulty to swallow and are highly sensitive with herbs scent. Besides, soft gel capsules are known to enter the bloodstream faster.

The Simply Nature PPARs Extract Soft Gel Capsule contains 30 capsules per package.

4. The Simply Nature PPARs Extract Powder

Compared to the other delivery forms of supplements like soft gel capsules and tablets, the powder is always easier and more effective for the body to absorb nutritional support since it skipped your digestive system and enter your bloodstream immediately.If you are facing the difficulty of swallowing capsules or tablets and are suffering from digestive issues, the Simply Nature PPARs Extract Powder is your ultimate best choice. This is because it does not add burden to your digestive system.


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Takeaways


Above are the natural remedies which will help to promote the body for self-healing and hence heal the eczema and skin naturally.


Among these natural remedies, on top of constant moisturization, PPARs Supplement is the most beneficial natural remedy to heal eczema. It does not only help to relieve the symptoms of eczema, but more importantly it helps to cure the root cause of eczema by directing and supporting the body tissues to work naturally. This means that it helps to prevent the relapse of eczema after recovery.


If you have been searching for natural supplements which will not affect yours or your kid’s health to heal from eczema, feel free to contact us @ wecare@simplynature.asia or visit our website @ Simplynature.asia for more info about treatment of eczema using the natural PPARs Supplement. Do get in touch with us as soon as you can. We will assign you a doctor to diagnose your current health condition and he or she shall recommend possible remedies including the type of dosage of PPARs supplement suitable for you.


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