Eczema Diet - Why you Should Alter your Eczema Foods Now

By: Janet Simpson

The weather is getting really cold, as is expected at this time of the year. The foods that you are eating, if you are following one of my eczema diets is perfect for keeping your skin gorgeous and clear.

However, I know that many of you are concerned that you may start to feel a bit cold because the majority of the meals that you're consuming are nutritious raw foods.

Some of you might be thinking that it is time to dramatically change your foods to include large amounts of solid carbohydrates.

The only problem is that a lot of the carbohydrates being considered are the sort that irritates your eczema skin.

You might be considering junk foods, foods created using white flour and maybe snacks high in salt and sugar. You know the stuff I am talking about.

But if you want to continue to have gorgeous soft, smooth, eczema free skin this is not the way to go.

The best way to ensure you keep warm during the winter months and continue with your healthy skin is to make a couple of small adjustments to your current diet.

Here are a few tips you can incorporate to your current eczema menu.

Tip #1 - Eczema Diet - Alter Your Eczema Foods Now

Now that the weather has turned cold it is the perfect time to prepare a few more stews and soups during the week. The best type are vegetable based soups. They are easy to create and are chocker full with important nutrients.

The warm liquid will also go some way to keeping your body hydrated.

Tip #2 - Eczema Diet - Alter Your Eczema Foods Now

The second tip is to increase the amount of wholegrain carbohydrates that you consume. During the winter months I tend to eat carbohydrates at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Perhaps rye bread at breakfast, a small jacket potato with my salad for lunch and for dinner I continue with my brown rice.

Tip #3 - Eczema Diet - Alter Your Eczema Foods Now

To keep your skin lubricated and hydrated increase the amount of good oils you consume by one teaspoon per day. You should be taking hemp seed, flax seed or extra virgin olive oil on a regular basis.

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