SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS DIET (DIET FOR SEBORRHEA AND DANDRUFF)
Nutrition for seborrheic dermatitis
DIET FOR SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS
What to eat for seborrheic dermatitis
In many cases of dermatitis, especially in atopic dermatitis or seborrheic dermatitis, food may be responsible for triggering or worsening this disease.
Knowing the proper diet for dermatitis will help us find those foods that are recommended. We can also exclude those foods that may be disapproved.
Foods to be excluded in the diet of dermatitis
Essentially these are usually foods that worsen the symptoms of this disease. Foods to avoid are:
Foods that should be monitored in the diet of dermatitis
These are mainly the following foods:
You should keep in mind that if a certain food produces a food allergy, the same reaction generally occurs with all the foods belonging to the same family. That is to say, if garlic is responsible, so is the onion since they both belong to the same family, the lily family.
Suggested food diet for dermatitis
Among the most recommended foods for the person with dermatitis we will include the following:
Something similar can be said of nuts. Some of them, like peanuts and walnuts, are many times responsible for adverse reactions.
For non-vegetarians, rabbit meat, turkey or lamb is recommended as the best source of non-allergic animal protein
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This material is for informational purposes only. In case of doubt, consult the doctor.