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Do you have a recipe for eczema for my kids?

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3 years ago

Dietitian's Answer

There are plenty of drug-free solutions to tackle eczema. The best first step is to try and work out what's causing the eczema in the first place, or what's making it worse--and then try to address it.

Famous for their anti-inflammatory effects, these essential fatty acids--naturally found in fish oil and certain fish--are showing promise as a treatment for eczema.
Hemp seeds, chia seeds, walnuts, and flax are also good options in your Blast.

People with chronic eczema seem to be low in zinc, so including zinc-rich foods may be worth a try. One study found that those with eczema had lower hair zinc levels than those without the condition.
Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, cooked lentils, cashews, can cooked quinoa would be nice Blast ingredients.

Applying this vitamin directly to the skin appears to reduce the severity of eczema in sufferers of all ages.
Suggested Dose by Drs.: Apply twice a day for at least eight weeks.

Several studies have found these beneficial bacteria helpful for eczema, especially in children. There is even evidence to suggest that taking probiotics might prevent eczema from developing in the first place.
You can find probiotic supplements and also choose more fermented foods like kimchi, sauerkraut, and miso are just a few.

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