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Dry Skin Rash – How to Improve Your Eczema Skin

If you have Dry Skin Rash and want to achieve any success in healing your eczema it is important that you look at four important aspects of your health. These aspects are:

1. What You Eat;

2. What You Avoid Eating;

3. Any Allergies; and

4. Your internal oils.

What You Eat

#1 — With Dry Skin Rash it is very important that the foods you eat are jam-packed with nutrients. Nutrients that nourish, cleanse, invigorate, rejuvenate and soothe your delicate skin. These foods need to deliver an abundance of minerals, vitamins, enzymes, chlorophyll and countless phytonutrients fast which will enable the body to heal itself. The best foods for the job are those that are raw, fresh and organic. Fruits and vegetables fit the bill nicely. By eating between 50-60% of your foods raw you will be in a better position to protect yourself from minor illnesses and heal most skin ailments.

What You Avoid Eating

#2 — With Dry Skin Rash the list of foods you should avoid is endless. These processed and devitalised foods are ultimately life-degenerating and do not encourage the body to self-heal. The foods that should be avoided are: sugar, flour and all products made from them, meats, convenience foods, fatty dairy products, fizzy drinks with chemical flavourings, heavily salted crisps and snacks and any other foods which are not fresh or have been highly processed.

Any Allergies

#3 – Are you aware of any allergies that you are suffering. Allergies are a by-product of the body’s natural immune defences. When foreign material such as germs enter the body, the immune system produces antibodies to neutralize them, so fighting off infection. But what allergens do you suffer with – foods maybe, such as cheese, dairy products, or cosmetics such as deodorants, lipstick, lotions, or grass, hay, beer, sand, etc. You need to monitor the allergens you have contact with just before you suffer a scratching fit. If you eliminate them one at a time, over a period of time you will be able to avoid any contact with all of your allergens. Failing that, you could undergo an allergen test at your local health centre.

Your Internal Oils

#4 – Dry Skin Rash needs oils. Oils are absolutely vital for healthy skin. The essentially fats contained in these oils lubricates the skin and organs. Essential fats reduce the risk of many diseases including eczema. Beneficial rich fats are contained in seeds, nuts and fish. Chances are that as an eczema sufferer you are not eating enough of these good fats.

If you wish to improve your eczema skin consider the above four health factors. By improving each factor you will see marked improvement in the condition of your skin. This is the route to smooth, eczema-free, glorious skin.

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