Seborrheic Dermatitis Problem

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  1. charlie

    charlie The Law & Order Admin

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    From my observations, it is from systemic acidosis.
     
  2. James b

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    Very interesting. Any ways in which to address this? What made you convinced it was this? Thanks mate.
     
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    Bring the body back to a more alkaline state. Fruits and some veggies, and lower vitamin A fruits/veggies might be in order if someone is dealing with vitamin A overload.
    When I eat alkalanizing low vitamin A fruits, dermatitis gone. When I eat acidic foods, and mucus forming foods, comes back.
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    Can you explain this to me? You say your dermatitis is gone when you eat low-vitamin A fruits, but that it comes back when you eat acidic food. What are those non-acidic fruits? I haven't come across a fruit that is not accidic.
     
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