Information on Eczema - - Fats That Harm Eczema Skin

By: Janet Simpson

Did you know that it is against the law to feed certain foods containing trans fatty acids to babies. Manufacturers are banned from creating meals and products for babies that contain trans fatty acids.

And the reason? Because the authorities believe that these substances are very dangerous to babies' health.

But if they are so harmful to babies doesn't it run true that they are damaging to adults as wells.

Trans fatty acids are substances contained in fats that have been treated, heated or processed using high temperatures.

Foods that contain trans fatty acids include some breads, cookies, soups, chocolate bars, fruit cakes, chips, most fried foods, peanut butter and some cereals.

By eliminating these bad fats you could dramatically improve the state of your general health and dramatically transform your eczema skin.

By avoiding bad fats altogether and increasing the amount of good fats you consume on a daily basis you can minimise the discomfort of eczema and totally lubricate your body with nutrients it so urgently requires for super health.

You can find beneficial nutrients in foods such as extra virgin olive oil, avocados, flax seeds oil and nuts and bean sprouts.

Here are more reasons why eliminating bad fats from your diet is important:

#1 - Including trans fatty acids in your foods creates thicker and stickier blood platelets. Your blood in then put under additional pressure and cannot function efficiently.

#2 - Including trans fatty acids in your foods will interfere with your body's efficient hormone elimination processes. This can wreak havoc on your efficient body functions.

#3 - Including trans fatty acids in your foods will interfere with cell respiration.

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