The high-quality fermented foods are a strong weapon to re-establish the natural flora in the gut, and this is the most effective ally in the fight against chronic inflammation.
Eczema is the most common form of dermatitis. It is characterized by chronically inflamed dry skin that peels, as well as itching. It usually appears on the face, wrists and knees, but it does not necessarily mean that it is limited to those areas.
The disease affects between three and seven percent of the population, with more than 70 percent of patients eczema is a hereditary disease. The most common among young children, but many outgrow it before the age of two years. Eczema often erupt in winter. The exact cause of skin lesions is not known, but may exacerbate them and emotional stresses. Research indicates that eczema causes chronic inflammation that affects the skin cells and causes scarring.
Among the most common food allergens include: gluten, corn, soy products, preservatives, starch, peanuts, eggs and pasteurized dairy products, and processed or genetically modified foods.
Restore intestinal flora
Renewal of the intestinal flora is absolutely essential to the body in a natural way to fully defend itself from eczema and chronic inflammation. The high-quality fermented foods are a strong weapon to re-establish the natural flora in the intestines. These include: sauerkraut, fermented fruits and vegetables, apple cider, kombucha, kefir, whey.
All of these fermented foods contain enzymes, probiotics and key amino acids that help destroy pathogens and to repair the intestinal lining. Everyday abstain from solid foods for a period of 16: 00-18: 00 hours can contribute to improved storage of enzymes in the body, but also faster recovery hoses.
Vitamin D3 is especially important for people with eczema or other chronic inflammatory conditions. Proved to be very helpful and UV light therapy, as well as short-term exposure to the sun. Every day spend 20 to 30 minutes in the sun or rich diet with 10,000 IU (international units) of high-quality vitamin D3.
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