Dietary changes to help hidradenitis suppurativa

Posted By Sarah (Newport, Uk) on 09/24/2012

WOW I never knew so many people suffered with HS I have had it for more than 5 years but only diagnosed about 2 years ago, I suffer with it in my groin area, buttocks and between the breasts, the pain can be unbearable at times, I've been to see a general surgeon who told me they have stopped doing the operation as it it very brutal and does not always make a difference and with the amount of scarring in groin area they wouldnt do it for me anyway. I cried to my mum as the pain can be so unbearable, I cant even wear light coloured trousers or shorts due to the leakage and the smell is horrible too, I am now on my fifth month of isotretinoin which has helped my acne but I do not think it will help with my HS problem, I did ask my dermatologist if stopping certain foods would help and he said no but after reading all your posts I am going to look into changing my diet and getting an allergy test done, so thank you for sharing all your experiences and I hope I get relief from the pain, I do not think it is too much too ask lol, thanks again everyone x

Replied by Booker (Melbourne, Australia ) on 09/26/2012

Anytime you have a discharge coming out of the body, eg boils, acne, pus, or even a rash it means that your body is toxic. The discharges out of your body are the toxins releasing. You need to immediately change your diet to juicing.. Buy some books on juicing vegetables and even think about having some enemas and colonostomies done.. Stay away from grains and meat and even milk (which is mucus producing). Stay away from all processed foods. Your whole body is toxic.

Chlorophyl is a body cleanser and a healer so it will heal your body. The green juices (and other vegetable juices) will provide this. You need to treat the problem internally not externally.

Don't listen to your dermatologist that it not something that you are eating.. It is everything that you are eating.

Buy some books on juicing and educate yourself..


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