One has a place that each sometimes and the other has an extremely dry skin all the time, the next has eczema. All very uncomfortable and sometimes embarrassing. Did you know that nutrition can play an important role in this?
Indeed, there are quite a lot of products that can contribute to the emergence of this. A cow’s milk allergy or intolerance , for example, often goes hand in hand with having eczema.
You can eat this best when treating eczema
Fortunately, there are also many foods that help to treat them. Below I have listed these foods for you.
Try to limit or avoid the following foods
- Cow’s milk and cow’s milk products
- Glucose syrups made from corn
- Refined products
- E numbers
Biogenic amines are compounds in food which, among other things, can trigger hypersensitivity reactions. These biogenic amines can be found in many foods.
Try to avoid these foods as much as possible. Raw fish, shrimp, mussels, oysters, lobster, crab, tuna, fish preserves, marinated meat, minced meat, barbecue sausages, hamburgers, organ meats, game, pork, salami, smoked products, Bananas, fruit preserves, sauerkraut and other types of cabbage, tomatoes, spinach (frozen food is often possible), beets, rhubarb, beans, peppers, avocado, olives, ginger, coriander, anise, celery, vanilla, alcoholic drinks, especially wine and beer. Also limit the use of goat’s milk, nuts, game and fruit.
Eczema diet : What can you eat then?
A whole list. No worries! Fortunately, the good news is that there are enough goodies left to eat. Eat the following foods and chances are that you will get the eczema under your thumb:
- Sardines, mackerel, halibut, whitefish
- Goat yogurt
- Hazelnuts, Brazil nuts
- Pine nuts, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds
- Berries, raspberries, blackberries, apricots, mango, cherries
- Endive, purslane, Brussels sprouts, chicory, carrots, star cherry, (raw) onion, (raw) garlic, sweet potatoes
- Brown rice
- Extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, wheat germ oil.
There is really enough left over that will make your skin happy.