Dermatitis is a fairly common skin disease. An improper diet can significantly aggravate the situation, as some foods increase unpleasant symptoms.
The most common causes of simple dermatitis can be temperature and radiation exposure, friction of the skin, bioburns by plants, contact with alkali and acid. Dermatitis of an allergic nature makes itself felt shortly after contact with an irritant. As for the atopic form, it is often transmitted genetically, manifests itself in the presence of irritants in the air and food.
What foods are needed for dermatitis? Vegetables (cabbage, squash, zucchini, turnips), porridge cooked in water (pearl barley, buckwheat, corn, millet, rice, oatmeal), boiled meat (lean pork, beef, turkey), fruits with B vitamins, dairy products, tea oolong, rich in antioxidants, certain types of fish (salmon, herring, sardine), seaweed, natural juices, purified water.
Traditional medicine: periwinkle decoction, geranium oil, Japanese Sophora infusion, lemon balm tea.
What is dangerous with dermatitis? Avoid spicy and spicy foods, fast food (french fries, chips, croutons, hamburgers), cakes, cakes and pastries. If you suffer from chronic dermatitis, then it is advisable for you to exclude eggs, many types of fish, caviar, soy products, beets, mushrooms, tomatoes, carrots, chocolate, red berries, honey, nuts, citrus fruits, as well as rye and wheat bread from the diet. Reduce your intake of peaches, apricots, lamb, green peppers, cranberries, buckwheat, corn, and potatoes.