Did you know that the Eczema condition you suffer from, and the severity of it, is directly linked to your diet-how and what you eat make huge differences with conditions like this, yet most people have no idea. Check out these tips and learn how to improve yourself from the inside out!
Tip 1- Supplements.
The simple addition of a couple of supplements into your diet can make worlds of difference. The two you want to try to get are Omega 3 Fish Oils, and Blueberry leaves supplements. The fish oils contain what’s known as essential fatty acids, and these will aid your skin in repairing and regenerating itself, and also will help reduce irritation and swelling. Blueberry Leaf extract contains something called Chrologenic acid, and this is one of nature’s most powerful antioxidants. It will help your skin stay clear of the bacteria and other factors that can increase Eczema irritation.
As an added bonus, it’s also worth looking into some Kelp supplements. Kelp is very high in alkali content, which doesn’t mean much on its own, until you find out that scientists have found that acidic foods can be directly linked to Eczema. In short, the alkali in the kelp can neutralize the acid in much of these foods, which will lessen the problems created by eating them.
Tip 2-Become a salad fanatic.
This is easier for some people than others, as it requires the eating of some serious salads. Big hearty bowls of salad, not a few strips of green spread around your fires! It’s often overlooked that the nutrients gained from many salad vegetables are the ones responsible for the regeneration and repair of your skin. If you find yourself with bad skin, unhealthy hair or weak fingernails, some big salads can often help. Basically, the more of these nutrients the body takes on board, the easier it is for your body to efficiently repair itself. You can teach your body to beat Eczema by repairing the damaged skin, but only if you give it enough of the required nutrients.
Something which is essential to a salad of this nature is Alfalfa sprouts. Some people have called this amazing food a natural steroid! They are very high in protein, which helps the body regenerate, but contain many natural detoxification and anti oxidant agents, which can be a quick ticket away from the itchy red skin often associated with Eczema. Also, scientists have found links between Alfalfa sprouts and preventing DNA degeneration-this means you will look younger for longer, as the aging effect is what happens as your DNA gets broken down over the years!
I’m hoping that this article has painted the benefits of a good diet while combating Eczema in huge letters for you. Adjusting your diet really has got to be one of the simplest ways to get ahead of the condition, so why not start today?