Scalp Eczema - 3 Top Superfoods to Remove Eczema

By: Janet Simpson

Scalp Eczema - Eczema like most other skin conditions require super nutrients. It is actually the body that needs the super nutrients. If you feed your body with good, healthy nutrition, it will build up its defences and in turn fight off illness and disease without much external help.

Your immune system is responsible for fighting off ailments. But it cannot do this if it is weak and feeble.

If you have eczema, it is more likely than not that your immune system is under stress.

Here are three powerful Superfoods that will help build a stronger immune system and eliminate your eczema.

The main reason for the inclusion of Superfoods is as follows:

#1 - Scalp Eczema - 3 Top Superfoods to Remove Eczema

Bean Sprouts - Seeds and grains that are powerhouses of nutritional goodness and life energy. Just add a little water and they will germinate, grow for a few days in your kitchen and you end up with cheap and quite phenomenal health enhancing value. That's bean sprouts for you.

They will rejuvenate your skin, heal open wounds and reduce any itching, naturally.

Examples of seeds and grains include - alfalfa, sunflower seeds and mung beans.

#2 - Scalp Eczema - 3 Top Superfoods to Remove Eczema

Aloe Vera - Aloe is a very powerful healer and strengthener. Aloe is a medicinal plant and looks like a cactus. It is used by East Indian women to maintain beauty and counteract symptons of aging. Aloe is said to be oestrogenic and will vitalise and tonify your skin from the inside out.

Aloe can be purchased in any health store in the form of Aloe gel or Aloe juice. Aloe contains 18 amino acids as well as numerous vitamins and minerals.

Aloe contains anti-inflammatory properties; anti-bacterial properties, immune stimulating properties and general tissue repair properties. Perfect for eczema skin

#3 - Scalp Eczema - 3 Top Superfoods to Remove Eczema

Green Grass Barley is one of the only foods on earth that can nourish you from birth to old age. Green Barley Grass contains Chlorophyll, the pigment which gives it colour. Chlorophyll is a great detoxifier, deodoriser and wound healer. Chlorophyll has the ability to mimic haemoglobal in the blood.

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