What Not To Eat When You Have Eczema?

Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition. Also known as atopic dermatitis, it can cause skin irritation, oozing blisters, and itchy rashes. It can also result in leathery skin patches appearing over time.
Common food allergies associated with eczema include:

    • cow’s milk.
    • eggs.
    • soy products.
    • gluten.
    • nuts.
    • fish.
    • shellfish.

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Watch This Video What Foods Cause Eczema? Foods You Should Avoid to Reduce Eczema Flare Ups:


What Helps Get Rid Of Eczema?

I feel it is important to note that all of the topical remedies in the world didn’t help us until we addressed the underlying problem, specifically: diet and lifestyle factors that were causing/contributing to the eczema to begin with.
For us, these things were helpful:

    • Coconut Oil. I use coconut oil for everything. …
    • Sea Spray. For eczema that is wet/oozing, I’ve found that drying it works better than trying to moisturize it and offers relief. …
    • Fermented Cod Liver Oil. …
    • Magnesium Baths. …
    • Probiotics. …
    • Additional Gelatin-Rich Foods. …
    • Homemade Healing Salve. Read More….

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Foods for Eczema

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