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jessegee
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Does anyone have truoble with this eczema like condition?  

Its a non contagious skin irritation like tiny tapioca shaped blisters and dry skin peeling, usually on hands and feet
It can be mild so you barely notice it, or so intense it can drive a saint mad

I wondered , as I am going through a bout at the moment , if anyone else suffers with this and how it responds on the BDT etc

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Most things get better with this diet, I suspect this will to. It will take time, as the intestinal lining heals from years of damage. You can make it happen a bit faster by buying the supplements that Dr. D'Adamo makes that are specific for you.



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Although our youngest daughter is not totally on BTD and Type A she used to get these.  She doesn't eat tomatoes and dairy and that has stopped these symptoms.  

Staying compliant on BTD will certainly help the situation.  IMHO.  Sooooooo many skin and other issues have been helped with this way of life.    Check out the testimonial section.

Keep us posted.  

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Its a non contagious skin irritation like tiny tapioca shaped blisters and dry skin peeling, usually on hands and feet.
It can be mild so you barely notice it, or so intense it can drive a saint mad.

I have some on the fingertips and used to have it all over the feet...  I find that my blisters usually have a little "rock" in the center of them...  I assume that this is another form of detox that the body is doing...  I have them much less often than I did pre-BTD, but sometimes still have a bout.

Mine seem to be combined with nerve damage, so even though many of the blisters have stopped, I still have pain bouts as the nerves heal...

Work on healing the gut and filtering systems and keep eating as many beneficial foods as possible to allow the body to heal...  This lifestyle will allow the body to heal more deeply than you will think possible, as long as you feed it right.


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diet will help.. if you are not better in a week, I will send you a prescription that helped me years ago..

let me know.. It is s simple thing but it helped me when nothing else worked.. many years ago.. I since renew it every 10 years just in case.. but it never came back..

let me know..  


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I get them every once in a while, and, like Joe, thought they were some sort of detox.  Mostly fingers/palms but occasionally feet.


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I get this condition on occasion on my fingers.  It goes away eventually but is quite annoying.  I never had this condition before being on this protocol so it may be part of the detox process if detox is constantly ongoing.    


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together with diet and lifestyle,
you might want to look into the detox and skin protocols for a few weeks
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/14.html
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/26.html

a routine light liver detox might be in order
http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/19.html


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Me too. I've experienced these bumps and peeling on my fingers - strangely only on my left index finger, and sometimes it seemed to spread to my middle finger too. Also on my feet - right foot on the arch and on toes of both feet. It can get pretty itchy. I did see a dermatologist many years ago and he told me that it was not a fungus like athlete's foot and he prescribed hydro cortisone. I use essential oils now if it comes back.

When I was a kid, the skin on my hands would start to peel off about once a year, almost as if it were shedding. I think it may have to do with certain petroleum-based soaps in my case. Of course diet plays a big role as well. I find it comes back when I stray from the BTD/GTD. Since junior high I've experienced sweaty hands and feet which also seems to contribute to the problem.


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Quoted from jessegee
Does anyone have truoble with this eczema like condition?  

Its a non contagious skin irritation like tiny tapioca shaped blisters and dry skin peeling, usually on hands and feet
It can be mild so you barely notice it, or so intense it can drive a saint mad

jessegee



There is a rash like symptom of the palms that can be associated with an inability to sweat.
Do you or anyone else posting that have this symptom have this additional problem?



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There is a rash like symptom of the palms that can be associated with an inability to sweat.
Do you or anyone else posting that have this symptom have this additional problem?  
Since you asked...
I used to get a group of these "blisters" on the outside of one hand & down that little finger as a teenager on odd occasions... It was suggested to me that it was to do with stress I never investigated it further & may have had it once or twice in adulthood but not recently enough, to even remember... Weird eh?

I never actually associated it with not being able to sweat, but could be... As a kid & young adult I never sweated...unless working out extensively in an non-airconditioned gym

Wasn't till (peri) menopause hit that I began to sweat (& even noticed an odour for a while there ) & now rarely again...& not usually offensively...
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Gosh I'm not alone on here then!
I'm thrilled that so many of you seem to be doing well on this diet and have mostly managed to get an improvement
Mine has steadily improved this week, after cutting out coffee and pig products, and drinking lots more water and detox tea
I'm also using olive oil to moisturise and wearing cotton gloves, as detergents and cleaners can set it off
but its clearing up, the skin is healing and the fire itchiness has gone , its brilliant

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Quoted from jessegee
Does anyone have truoble with this eczema like condition?  

Its a non contagious skin irritation like tiny tapioca shaped blisters and dry skin peeling, usually on hands and feet
It can be mild so you barely notice it, or so intense it can drive a saint mad


I have this in the palm of my left hand and at the base of the middle fingers - miserable.

I have been working hard at being Wheat free - so maybe it is a cleansing thing. Also I've been so focused on getting off wheat that I havn't been careful about other foods.

The coffee idea is interesting - DH likes coffee so I've been going with the flow having coffee instead of tea.
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Please try on OLD thing.. ask on old pharmacist.. for Coltar cream..

It helped me when the modern doctor 40 years ago had no answer.. Honor the wisdom of those who where there long ago.. like us who have read one book at a time and absorbed it step by step and remember something from way back.. the newbies who don't read are so much less able to comprehend the effort that went into updates..


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Coal Tar Cream is available on the internet.  


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Goldie and Denver - thank you for the help.

I've had itchy palm befor but never blisters, this is the worse.

I thought it might be poison oak even though I havn't been exposed recently. I'm very alergic to it.
I get a simular rash on my arm - I just figure someone may be burning poison oak. Last time it showed up around my knees too.

The other thing going on is my scalp hurts - Allergy pills help but then I sleep all the time.

Dug out my food list (A nonnie/Teacher/non-taster) Time to get back on track.

As I write this I'm wondering if I should be looking at the explorer food list.
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I was plagued with it as well.....
compliance, lifestyle and stress management all go together


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As I write this I'm wondering if I should be looking at the explorer food list.


your measurements and data are what it is....
try a swami, let it compute your GT once you input all
be surprised at the result!


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I've bought a micro fibre cloth for cleaning the kitchen , and house, no more chemicals apart from washing up liquid

I also wear gloves and rinse everything well to get rid of the residue

I think my bout flared with citric acid, too much in " fresh" ready made food sachets when we were camping , and too much fruit

I've had a big bout all over me once , I wanted to lie in a cold bath all day!  It eventually went , seemingly of its own accord , but I think the body or circumstances must change somehow.
This time , coffee made the difference , I still havent had one and the blisters havent come back , phew!

Thanky you all for replying , I am very inspried by you , you brave lot, and its good for me to know I am not the only one .  I am sure it can be beaten into submission.

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keep up the compliance and hydrate yourself


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Just a quick update, I havent had a cup of coffee since before I last wrote and it has not come back  

I have been able to drink a few cups of caro coffee substitute without any effects , but I keep it to 4 or less a week

has anyone else tried cutting out coffee?

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helped me greatly.....no more recurrent dermitis for me since following my guidelines.....
a blessing!


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wow thats brilliant ,  I am so pleased its worked !    
I  noticed a reduction in the pain after a a day of not drinking coffee, can youn remember how long it took for you?


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not long, but this was so long ago......95 to be exact

along with sciatica pain, migraines, uti, constipation......all disappeared


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another update, I have had one cup of coffee and I immediately felt the blisters coming back.
I have stayed off coffee since and no blisters at all, I would like to say I am cured ...

A friend at work has had the same beneficial results by staying off coffee, she's thrilled
Has anyone else tried staying off coffee?

jesse


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Staying off coffee has not made a difference with me.


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Oh thats a shame , i hoped we had found a cure for everyone.
is there anything that does help for you?

jesse


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Staying away from coffee and even decaf.. is a big issue with me.. I am working on it for 15 years.. but I finally liked it..
I get headaches either way..


But now I drink a spoon ful of cocoa powder in the am in hot water and cravings go away shortly..

I would highly recommend it to all O;s..  


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