How to Cure Vitiligo: Natural Vitiligo Treatment THAT WORKS For Me! See My Progress…

How to Cure Vitiligo: Natural Vitiligo Treatment THAT WORKS For Me! See My Progress…

How to Cure Vitiligo: Natural Vitiligo Treatment THAT WORKS For Me! See My Progress…

Hi all, If you are looking for a way to learn how to cure vitiligo naturally than I am sure
you will find the following video very helpful. I have struggled with living with vitiligo
and the mental warfare that comes with living with this disease for the past 20 plus years
and have tirelessly searched for the best information and science based research on
how to cure vitiligo over the past 10 years or so. I have recently, (over the past 4 and
a half months) began to achieve what I believe to be a potential cure to my vitiligo by applying
a few simple changes that I have made to my diet and lifestyle.
Today I will share the exact details of the natural vitiligo treatment protocol that I
am using to achieve my vitiligo repigmentation which is happening at quite a significant
rate. In this video I will show you the scientific research that I have based this natural vitiligo
treatment on and show you a video of the vitiligo repigmentation results that I have achieved
so far, 4 and a half months in. I will also share some specific dietary tips and supplements
that I have been using to help stimulate my melanin to come back.
I hope this video will help you be able to take the steps required to treat vitiligo
and perhaps may even cure your vitiligo once and for all. This video will help you learn
how to treat vitiligo from home in a completely natural way. It may a take a while to get
through everything in this video so grab a pen and paper and take some notes or bookmark
the video so you can watch it again later.
Ok guys so I just want to show you the vitiligo repigmentation results that I have achieved
so far. First of all my arm was almost 80% white from my wrist to my elbow only a few
months ago and as you can see here in the video the spots are starting to fill in and
many areas with vitiligo spots are completely returning to the normal skin color. What’s
happening is the spots tend to start filling in with a bunch of very small dots that gradually
get bigger and then join to fill in the area. As you can see where my arm used to be a vivid
white it has now more of a freckled look. A bout 4 months ago my hand was complelty
white with no colour what so ever and as you can see now my hand is about 30% repigmented.
This is exciting to me though as most research shows that the hands and feet are very difficult
to repigment but it seems to be coming back on my hands just as fast as on my arms and
neck. Again here on my shins I now have only small dots left where the patch used to be
about 2cm wide and pure white. My shins and neck have cleared up the fastest since changing
up my diet and using supplements. My feet and my knees are so far are not responding
anywhere near as quickly as the other areas on my body. Spots on my face are also filling
in at a slow rate. But I don’t really care how fast it happens as long as I’m making
progress. Let me show you what I have been doing to get these results.
Alright, so my natural vitiligo treatment protocol is based on scientific journals and
books I have read and a little bit of trial and error from living with the disease over
the past 2 decades. It is very difficult to tell exactly what components of my vitiligo
treatment protocol is helping me to reverse, or cure my vitiligo, so my plan is to continue
to follow all of the following dietary and lifestyle changes each and every day until
I achieve full repigmentation of my vitiligo. As you just saw in the video at only 4 and
half months in I have achieved some exciting results……
So let’s get into the specifics of the vitiligo treatment protocol and delve into the studies
from which I based my vitiligo specific lifestyle changes on.
Firstly, I found an interesting study by Montes Et Al, outlining the Improvement of Vitiligo
after Treatment with B12 and Folic Acid in combination with sun exposure (Montes Et Al,
Folic acid and vitamin B12 in vitiligo: a nutritional approach). This particular study
was undertaken on 100 people with vitiligo. Results of this vitiligo treatment study indicated
that repigmentation occurred in 52 patients with 6 people achieving full repigmentation
over the course of the study which I believe was around 6 months. So from this research
, and other things I have read it looks like some people with vitiligo respond better to
B12 and folic acid supplementation than others. But I think it is definitely worthwhile trying
out b12 and folic acid supplementation to see if you are one of these people who tend
to respond well to the treatment. Patients in this study took 1mg of a specific type
of b12 and 5mg of folic acid 3 times per day. Initially I found the specific variations
used in the study of these supplements hard to find locally specifically in soft shell
of this particular version of b12 which is supposed to be more easily absorbed and effective,
but I have managed to locate the correct type online. I will provide a link in the description
below to the exact b12 and folic acid supplements that I am taking so you guys can easily track
them down if you want to. Interestingly another study I found by (Karadag et al) showed that
many people with vitiligo have a b12 deficiency so supplementation of b12 for vitligo definelty
made sense to me. The second interesting vitiligo treatment
study that I incorporated into my natural vitiligo treatment protocol was that of Prasad
et al 2003 “Effectiveness of oral Ginkgo biloba in treating limited, slowly spreading
vitiligo” who found that a specific blend of ginko biloba can induce repigmentation
in people with vitiligo. Ginko bilioba is one of the oldest living tree species and
has been used in eastern medicine for thousands of years. Basically the researchers found
that Ginko biloba is a strong antioxidant that can limit oxidative stress which is believed
to lead to further depigmentation in those with vitiligo. So basically we have to do
everything we can to stop this free radical damage in our bodies by reducing oxidative
stress. There are a few other dietary changes that I have been trying to reduce free radical
damage which I will share with you later in this video. But back to the Ginko Biloba study
on vitiligo repigmentation. In this study patients were given 40mg of Ginko Biloba Extract
3 times daily. In this study a number of people achieved significant repigmentation of their
vitiligo. To be more precise 10 people achieved complete repigmentation of their white spots.
I found these vitiligo repigmentation results to be very exciting and knew that I had to
implement ginko biloba into my own personal vitiligo treatment. If you want to try ginko
biloba supplementation for yourself be very careful to purchase the correct type as some
are much better quality and much more effective than others. After a lot of research I found
a product that I use that matches the ginko biloba used in the prementioned research.
The supplement contains all the required leaf extract properties in the correct amounts.
I will link to the Ginko biloba that I am using in the description below to make it
easy for you to track down. Thirdly, another thing that I have incorporated
into my natural vitiligo treatment protocol is the use of copper and zinc. I started to
try to get more copper and zinc into my body based on based on some interesting research
by Zeng Et al, 2014. The study is named” Decreased Copper and zinc in serum of Chinese
Vitiligo patients: A metaanalysis”. Basically in this study the researchers discovered that
people with vitiligo tend to have lower levels of copper and zinc which may lead to the onset
and progression of the disease. I have taken the advice of the study and have begun to
take a high quality zinc supplement daily (You can check out the video description below
for more details on the one that I am taking). Just remember Zinc is most effectively absorbed
and utilized in liquid form. Copper supplementation is little bit different
as it is believed to be best absorbed through the skin form what I have read. To achieve
this I have begun wearing two copper bracelets to bed at night. Of course if you wanted to
try this you could wear a bracelet during the day but I don’t like the way they look
so I don’t. If you can find a HIGH QUALITY COPPER BRACELET and wear it for a few hours
of the day you will get a steady supply of copper through your skin. If you do want to
purchase a copper bracelet make sure that you get a 100% pure medical grade copper bracelet.
When I was looking for one I noticed that many manufacturers say these bracelets are
pure but they have contaminants in them on closer inspection. I will provide a link to
the quality bracelets that I wear in the description below. They are not that expensive. I think
I only paid around $20 each. Another thing that I try to help to cure my
vitiligo is to get more sun. In the past I have tried to avoid the sun as I tan very
easily and it really increases the contrast of the spots. However, research suggests that
sunlight can play a very important role in vitiligo repigmentation plus it has many other
health benefits such as bone, heart and muscle health. In the past I have gone through periods
of time when I have avoided the sun like the plague to not get tanned but I have come to
reliise that I cant keep sacrificing my health just to keep my skin as pale as possible.
These days I try to get at least 5-15 minutes of sun here in Australia between 10-3pm most
days of the week. Of course here in Australia the sun can be brutally harsh so depending
on where you live you may need less or more. If you can’t get to the sun daily perhaps
you could try a home uvb lamp. I haven’t used these uvb lamps myself but it may be
worth a try. Just be careful when out in the sun or using uvb treatment because as you
know we burn very easily. Whenever I go out in the sun for longer I always wear a natural
sunscreen that has no nasty chemicals. Some chemicals found in popular sunscreans are
believed to increase free radicals in the skin which is definelty not us people with
vitiligo want. I will put a link to the natural sunscreen that I have found that is void of
these nasties if I can find it online. Check the description below for details. I buy it
in my local chemist but if I find it online I will put a link in the description for you
guys. Sometimes a natural sunscreen can be a pain to track down but I think it’s definetly
worth doing everything we can to try to prevent the spread of vitiligo while in the process
of treating the disease.
Of course if you get sun you will get tanned and the contrast of your spots will get worse.
At certain times in the past this has bothered me so I have opted on using products to cover
my spots when I have a special occasion to attend. I have sometimes used a vitiligo complexion
blender in the past to cover my spots (ill put a link in the description if you want
to check it out) I have found that the complexion blender it works really well on the large
spots on my neck and face but I would rather avoid it as it contains some ingredients that
I don’t really want to apply to my skin anymore. These days if I want to cover my
remaining vitiligo spots I use an organic fake tan lotion that I found. It produces
similar results as the vitiligo complexion blender without the nasty chemicals plus it
tends to last for a week or more without fading. i have tried a heap of fake tans to cover
my vitiligo in the past but I have found that this organic version looks, smells and performs
the best out of the lot. I will place a link to it in the description below if you guys
want to learn more about it. I like the idea of using the organic tan as I implement other
healthy lifestyle and supplement changes in my life.
I try not to cover my vitiligo too much anymore as I am slowly learning to live with it. But
to be honest I think it is the repigmentation progress that I am making with my natural
vitiligo protocol that is giving me a sense of been in control of the disease rather than
feeling like the disease Is controlling me if you know what I mean. I feel more comfortable
with my spots at the moment as I now live with a sense that they won’t be around for
much longer and I must admit it feels great. I just try to remain positive and focused
on the fact that I am treating my vitiligo with success. Taking the supplements daily
is a bit of a pain initially but after a few days you get into a habit and it gets a lot
easier to remember. The final thing that I believe has helped
me start to repigment my vitiligo spots is incorporating certain vitiligo specific dietary
changes in my life. I used to eat a quite unhealthy diet but have definetly turned that
around recently and I think it is playing a large part in my potential vitiligo cure.
Not only am I repigmenting since I made these dietary changes but am also feeling much better
and have lost quite a bit of belly fat in the process over the last few months. Basically
the diet changes focus on restoring the auto-immune system and reducing free radical damge. All
of the dietary changes that I am implementing are from an interesting vitiligo e-book that
I found online. The book is written by a vitiligo researcher and certified nutritionist who
actually has beat vitiligo himself . The book gave me access to a heap of awesome vitiligo
diet specific recipes and tips on what to eat and when. I cant remember the name of
the guy who wrote it but I will track it down when I get home and put a link to it in the
description. I think the book cost me about $30 and then vitiligo cookbook addition which
they offer was around $7 extra. I believe that This vitiligo specialist who wrote the
book also offers a few months of free one on one email consultations when you purchase
his book. I haven’t worried about taking up his offer but maybe some of you would find
his one on one advice helpful. He seems to be very knowlegable on the trials of living
with vitiligo. His book also touches on the psychological side of vitiligo which I found
to be a worthwhile read also. There are also some nice audio tracks that are helpful with
the mental side of living with vitiligo. I found it helpful in finding a happy perspective
and overcoming depression which I know many of us struggle with at times living with this
disease. The vitiligo cookbooks gave me some great tips on what to eat and more importantly
what not to eat. I could talk about the changes I have made in my diet for hours and unfortuntly
I don’t have the time right now to go through it in enough detail that will actually help
you. I believe that the e-book that I am referring too comes with a 60 day money back garauntee
so If you really wanted to you could buy the book print the diet info out and then get
a refund. I think its definetly worth the money though and nice to have to refer to
know and then. The book gurantees that it can cure vitiligo within 8 weeks which I think
is a bit of a stretch. But like I said I’m four and a half months in and seeing great
results so I’m not complaining. Although I must admit I havnt completely followed the
diet to an absolute tee. Whether the repigmentation results are from my supplementation regime
or from the dietary changes from the book I am not sure. I will definetly strictly stick
to both for now. I think consistency is the key as I had one or two bad weeks where I
started eating badly and forgot to take my supplements everyday and it seemed to slow
my progress. So yes it does take some effort to beat vitiligo but I am proof that it can
be reversed in a relatively short period of time.
Basically on the vitiligo diet you eat specific foods and herbs that help support the immune
system and reduce free radical damage. If you guys really want to know more I might
make a detailed video in the future about the dietary changes I made. In the mean time
I definitely recommend checking out the e-book. it doesn’t cost much and is very professionally
designed, easy to follow , print off recipes to keep in the kitchen, definitely worth it.
I will place a link below when I get home so you guys can check it out. I found it super
helpful in getting me to eat healthier in a vitiligo specific way and hopefullt you
do too. In a way vitiligo has made me a much healthier person as I probably wouldn’t
be eating this well if I wasn’t trying to save my skin.
Thanks for taking the time to watch this video today to learn about my natural vitiligo treatment
that I am hoping will soon lead to a full vitiligo cure. I have tried to implement all
of these changes into my life at once so it is hard to tell exactly which ones are leading
to the changes but for know I am happy to continue doing what I am doing as my spots
are disappearing and am generally feeling much better than ever. Hopefully you have
found these studies and resources helpful in allowing you to learn how to cure your
vitiligo and or at very least stop your vitiligo from spreading further. For any of you youngsters
who are in the early stages of vitiligo I suggest doing everything you can to stop the
spread of vitiligo as soon as possible. I wish I knew what I new what I now now about
vitiligo when I was young as I believe it would have saved me a lot of stress and anxiety.
I think that taking a preventive approach to your vitiligo treatment or cure is always
a much better way to go if your vitiligo has not yet spread to much. When you don’t look
after yourself vitiligo can spread very fast so definetly look after yourself as best you
can. I have learnt a lot from living with vitiligo and am probably going to end up been
a lot healthier because of it. So take control of your vitiligo by using the evidence based
tips and tricks. Good luck on your journey to overcoming vitiligo. It is a relatively
slow process but I’m sure that if we keep doing the right things we can overcome and
cure this annoying disease. If you found this video helpful be sure to give it a thumbs
up below. If you have had any success treating your vitiligo . I would love to hear your
story about living with vitiligo and how you cope, so please comment below. Don’t forget
to check out the links in the description for the exact products that I am using to
help repigment. If you have any questions feel free to ask. I will try to make some
more helpful videos on my experiences of living with vitiligo in the future and keep you updated
on my progress so be sure to subscribe to my channel. Best of luck on your journey to
cure vitiligo.

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