26 Sep Eczema, what can I do?
Omega-3 fatty acids help prevent inflammation and allergic reactions in our body. So if you are not allergic to the following try to eat a lot of food, such as nuts, avocados, salmon, and tuna. If you do not like this, you can also choose to take a tablespoon of flaxseed or flaxseed oil every day. These oils also contain many omega-3 fatty acids. Make sure that this oil is not heated, because then they lose their good properties. Another great tip is to add the oil to yogurt or in salad dressings.
Vitamin A and E are important vitamins for the skin. Vitamin E is found in wheat germ, vegetable oils, nuts and seeds. Vitamin A can be found in liver, liver oil, liver pâté, carrots, green leafy vegetables, egg yolks, dairy products and yellow fruits. Too much vitamin A can be toxic. So try to make sure that you get this vitamin from your diet and preferably not from supplements.
food Food allergy can be a big factor in eczema. Children, as well as adults can be allergic to for example dairy products, wheat, yeast, citrus fruits and much more. If you know this, try to avoid these foods for which you are allergic for a month. After this month, you can take them very slowly and add them one by one to your diet. Avoiding the food which you are allergic to can sometimes lead to a change and improvement and especially in children.
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