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Dora Walsh, a London-based Nutritionist Resource member, has shared her top tips on which foods can help you avoid the condition as part of National Eczema Week, running until Friday.
Atopic eczema, is the most common form of the condition and it causes skin to become painfully itchy, red, dry and cracked.
The condition is usually chronic and is usually treated by steroid creams.
Dora believes the right diet is crucial to alleviating eczema, and says it is time to ditch the mittens and that creams may not necessarily be the answer to the ‘ordeal of eczema.’
Foods which can reduce eczema include fish, potatoes, berries and apples.
She said: “Mainstream medicine can control eczema by suppressing the symptoms. But nutritional therapy addresses the underlying causes.
“The anti eczema diet focuses on pure natural foods to repair skin, total rehydration and...