Raw Food Diet And My Eczema

Two months of raw food. No meat. No wheat. Nothing cooked.

This posting was written by Kevin J Olson. Originally posted on Eczema Relief Network (A Facebook Group)

I have been through the test of time my entire life. My answer is raw natural food and this is what is working for me. I plan on re-introducing fish after 3 months. As for anyone else, we are all different and have different allergies. Take what is helpful; do what works for you.

Diet and activity regimen…

Nuts:
Coconut/ oil/butter
Cashews
Almonds/almond butter
Pistachios
Sunflower seeds
Macadamia nuts
Dates

Fruit:
Strawberries
Bananas
Papayas
Avocados

Vegetables:
Kale
Zucchini
Tomato
Lettuce
Carrots

Roots:
Turmeric
Ginger

Fluids:
Hemp milk
Coconut milk – has b12
Coconut water
Spring water/ alkaline water

Probiotics:
15+ Manuka (tea tree) honey
Organic raw unfiltered brazil honey
Organic raw coconut oil

The main source of protein:
Almond butter
Other:
Powders – Bone broth protein
( ancient nutrition brand)

Showering in –
organic coconut oil

Deodorant is Burt’s bees natural beeswax.

Sleep sched: 12am-8am

Ocean time. est. 10hrs/wk (2 hrs/day around 5 days a week.)
Reef minerals and salts
Sun exposure & cardio through surfing and free diving.

I generally make smoothies for breakfast and dinner. Smoothies taste good and are easy on digestion. For lunch, I like to eat something full like nuts and trail mix or veggie wraps.

My staple breakfast smoothies are:
*Strawberry
*Banana
*Kale
*Almond butter – for protein and fat
*Organic raw Coconut oil – probiotic and good fats.
Organic raw Honey – probiotic sweetener.

Before and after raw food diet pics:

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