a lof of smart and pro-active ideas. You are definitively a pioneer in this EC group!
But, be careful will all those therapies.
Always listen to your own body first, after that listen to experts!
Your body knows best what is good for you!
All those therapies are very powerful, and may even sometimes backfire.
are great for cleansing the liver, but in a few very sensitive people it may cause further disturbance of the intestinal flora and may cause ill health. Coffee is a very strong herb, not a herb every person can tolerate!
is a great therapy for many people, but it may not work for everybody.
There is always a small number if people, 1-3 % who have negative reactions to even the best therapies.
If you take FMT
from a wrong donor, it may cause more problems than positive results.
I have never heard of FMT
causing problems when using a young child as a donor. But, problems were reported when using adults.
An overweight donor may cause a recipient to become overweight. A very slim donor, may cause a recipient to become underweight.
Gut bacteria has huge influence on one's health!
There are potential risks with every powerful therapy.
If juice fasting helps you heal your lips, do not waste that experience!
That could be a strong sign of food you consume daily being actually a major part of the problem.
Food or drinks may be the trigger of skin death!
In that case, include just one food per day after the fast, and watch for reaction on your lips.
If food is the problem, it may show itself through testing it orally one by one, one at a time.
Keep us informed on your progress!
Any positive results from cofee enemeas so far?
When juice fasting, try to eliminate juices that are commonly known to trigger eczema, like citrus fruits, tomatoes, strong spices, strong herbs, etc.
You can easily combine juices with some oils, like virgin olive oil, or virgin almond oil or virgin coconut oil.
It will help cleanse the liver, and it will keep you far away from hunger.
Avoid oils of other nuts, nuts like peanuts or hazelnuts or walnuts are common eczema or allergy triggers.