If you have seborrheic dermatitis, it’s essential to pay close attention to your diet. Chances are if you have the condition, you’ve already put away those cans of soda, energy drinks, candy, ice cream, and any other junk.
The best advice I can give if you want a proper diet for seborrheic dermatitis is to look at some of my healthy eating videos on YouTube.
The best foods for seborrheic dermatitis are anti-inflammatory, low allergy goods.
Anti-inflammatory foods include the following:
· Colorful vegetables
· Brassicas like broccoli, cauliflower, kale, and Brussel sprouts
· Nuts and seeds
· Flaxseed oil
· Garlic and ginger
Pro-inflammatory foods to avoid include red meat, particularly beef, and eggs. Refined, highly processed foods also trigger inflammation. Cow’s milk and dairy products are not great foods to consume if you have a skin condition like seborrheic dermatitis. I would absolutely recommend that you take cheese, milk, cream, and all those sorts of foods out of your diet. These foods are congesting and inflammatory. Dairy products have the potential to trigger significant skin problems.
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If I had seborrheic dermatitis, I would focus on protein sources like fish and free-range chicken. Good grains to eat include quinoa and brown rice.
Supplements can be helpful with seborrheic dermatitis as well. Omega- 3 fatty acid supplements that contain DHA and EPA are a good choice. The EPA is particularly important due to its anti-inflammatory actions. I recommend taking two omega-3 capsules each day.
All of my psoriasis patients go on the Candida Crusher diet. I think that’s the best approach to take with seborrheic dermatitis as well. The Candida Crusher diet helps contain yeast and make sure it doesn’t go haywire internally or externally. I think that’s an excellent approach to take for seborrheic dermatitis.