Diet, Alcohol or homeopathic non surgery solutions

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Diet, Alcohol or homeopathic non surgery solutions

Postby lumptydumpty » Thu Dec 25, 2014 2:37 am

I've heard a lot of about lipomas being linked to alcohol and also dairy.

The only "cures" that have seemed to be found beyond surgery or lipo, seem to be will homeopathic solutions. These things don't work over night just the same as lipomas not forming over night. That to me seems to be the most appealing part of the injection, quick results.

Maybe some things to look into or discuss are;

• Turmeric and olive oil mixed and rubbed onto the lipoma
• Changing the dairy intake and overall diet
• Lessen the alcohol intake
• Lose weight ( I know they say it's not related - but extra fat seems very easily related in my mind )
• Apple cider vinegar or acidic additions to what you ingest daily

Anyone tried these with any results?
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Re: Diet, Alcohol or homeopathic non surgery solutions

Postby cigi » Wed Jan 28, 2015 1:45 pm

I have tried making a turmeric paste and applying it to the area once or twice a day, over a period of about a month, and noticed no difference. It was very messy, too! Sorry, it didn't work for me :(
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