Eczema and the foods to avoid – Post 6
There are very few visible signs of chronic dental ingestion poisoning. This was one of them, where Eczema symptoms appeared, 3 years after the unconsented surgical procedure carried out at The Royal Sussex County Hospital, The Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Eczema is a medical condition where there are visible patches of skin which become rough and inflamed causing itching, blisters and bleeding.
The procedure suggestive of knocking dental restorations, which triggered Oral-Electro galvanism and sped up the effects of severe dental metal ingestion is responsible for the eczema.
3 years after that surgical procedure, with more and more symptoms being identified, rashes and blistering began to appear on the skin accompanied by intense scratching.
Having never had any previous problems with skin allergies, the eczema was perceived to be associated with the suspicions about the oral cavity restoration being the centre of medical complaints, but clinicians ignored this.
The rashes would occur mostly on the hands, on the palms and between fingers. They would often become red during the day, and sometimes very crusty and flaky.
Environmental 16 Metal Blood Tests taken in later years indicated that a number of associated dentistry metals were recording significantly high levels of toxicity, on, or above, public ranges.
Significantly, mercury was detected to be above the public range, nickel on the top of the public range. Palladium wasn’t available for testing.
Many pictures have been taken over the years. Both hands were affected mostly becoming increasingly uncomfortable, particularly preventing sleeping. In the morning, the hands would often be weeping fluid and when especially bad, bleeding.
Cotton organic gloves would be worn whenever possible, particularly during sleeping.
Rashes and boils would suddenly randomly appear on parts of the body. The face was prone to spots that simply wouldn’t heal for years, helped by a poor functioning thyroid.
Eczema has never totally disappeared. It became less visual 3 months after diagnosis and where a strict chelation programme had commenced. It may disappear and then reappear without warning.
It became impossible to swim, using chlorinated public pools, years before diagnosis, and then after diagnosis. The mixture of mercury with the added chlorine-based chemicals in pools presented a mercuric chloride visible dry rash on the body coupled with an extraordinary burning of the throat, after 30 minutes of being immersed.
After showering thoroughly, severe itching all over the body would continue for at least 24 hours after. The rashes were pink with raised bumps on the skin. The rashes were in patches all over the body.
From time to time attempts have been made to use swimming pools, the rashes have become less visible and decreased in size but have left permanent scarring.
There have been occasions during the chelation process where notable scratching of the hands has occurred. Sometimes the visual presentation of rashes. Sometimes rashes have been different from those before diagnosis. This can usually be traced back to eating certain foods, can generally be high in nickel or manganese or other build-ups of certain minerals during the chelation process.
It suggests that the body still retains significant levels of dental digested mercury, palladium and nickel content.
Menus are adjusted for a few days, which generally resolves the problems. You can read the diets that were put in place on the ‘chelation pages.’
Photographs and visual signs of sickness
Another visual sign of the poisoning is the comparison of photographs taken around the time of the surgical accident, years before and after diagnosis, and 3 years post-diagnosis.
The deterioration of the face until diagnosis was remarkable, becoming lopsided, closing of one eye, poor hair condition, dry, red and blotchy skin, puffy, loss of eyebrows. One may have thought the face had the appearance of a stroke.
Further photographs 2 years post-diagnosis, presents improvements with a healthier-looking skin and hair, eyes now both open fully, facial position restored and less puffy. The transformation regardless of the ageing process is quite remarkable, however, it has left a very noticeable deep furrow mark across the forehead and recently evidence of skin scarring patches, the same patch areas caused by swimming.
Prevention of eczema by diet
High levels of nickel were recorded in the Environmental 16 Metal blood tests and Melissa® dental ingestion tests. Further research provided comprehensive lists of selected foods to avoid, those high in nickel content.
Nickel-free ~ foods to avoid ~
Tea/Coffee, Chocolate/Cocoa, whole wheat grain, rye, oats, corn, peas, peanuts, dried fruits, liquorice, prunes, raspberries, almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, sesame, sunflower seeds, marzipan, asparagus, rhubarb, cabbage, spinach, mushrooms, sprouts, pears, onions, tomatoes.
These foods were removed from the diet, except onions for the glutathione diet.
Rye, oats and chocolate seemed to be the worst for causing almost instantaneous visual eczema.
Good foods for a nickel-free diet ~
Peaches, blueberries, strawberries, berries, dairy produce, cheese, butter, yoghurt, milk, cream, pasta, cornflakes, white bread, chicken, beef, eggs, aubergine, mushrooms, cucumber, apples, carrots, peppers, potatoes.
Contrary to the mercury chelation diet, nickel-free diet positively encourages the consumption of dairy products.
A balance has to be struck according to my detoxification needs and balanced mineral intake.
Alarmingly, the global dental industry agrees that not enough research has been carried out concerning the effects of palladium toxicity and how to successfully remove this toxic metal from the human body.
It is suggested by practitioners who regularly consult with poisoned patients, that palladium may follow similar detoxification procedures as mercury.
Mercury v Nickel
It is suggested by some practitioners to remove dairy products for speedy mercury detoxification, yet dairy products are rated as beneficial for the nickel-free diet.
There is a natural crossover of food nutrients and does depend on patients’ specific toxicity levels.
In this case, the mercury had to take preference because not only is it simply life-threatening, cancer threatening, but blood tests provided results suggesting extremely high levels in the body.
Once dental works were finished and immediate mercury chelation had taken place over the year, other foods were then introduced back into the diet, counterbalancing the nickel chelation that was needed.
Some private consultations were undertaken with differing qualified UK nutritionists, but I found they only had a general detoxification knowledge base that really didn’t add to the research already undertaken.
Perhaps, consultations with dieticians at the beginning of chelation may be a better solution.
Diary and lists
A diary of food consumption and general detox matters, including pain thresholds, was compiled daily from the start of diagnosis. It has been a really helpful tool in assessing recovery.
It is advisable to read posts in numerical order. More information about specific foods and diets being consumed for a healthy and successful chelation featured in 4 later posts about chelating, listed below.
- Additional changes to the diet post 17
- Chelating 6 – post 16
- Chelating 2-5 post 15
- Superfood Chlorella – post 14
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