Many people with eczema, or atopic dermatitis, also have food allergies

Many people with eczema, or atopic dermatitis, also have food allergies. Some people without diagnosed food allergies notice they experience flare-ups of their eczema after theySome patients with eczema or atopic dermatitis have food allergies, too. Any individuals without diagnosed food allergies notice their eczema flare-ups after eating such foods; this could be food intolerance rather than an allergy. It’s worth paying particular attention to how your diet impacts your eczema should it help prevent specific foods. If you have a child that seems to have allergic reactions, like eczema flare-ups, after consuming peanuts, peanut butter, or some other peanut-containing product, you might want to seek allergy tests. Soy reactions to soy are often related to eczema, and others say soy foods cause their eczema a bit worse. If you have eczema called dyshidrotic eczema, you might be susceptible to nickel. Because several producers use nickel in food storage containers, nickel may also occur in such canned goods. Eat certain foods; this may be a food sensitivity rather than an allergy. It’s worth paying careful attention to how your diet affects your eczema in case it might help to avoid specific foods. If you have a child who seems to have developed allergic symptoms, including eczema flare-ups, after eating peanuts, peanut butter, or any other food containing peanuts, you may want to consider allergy testing. Soy Allergies to soy are also linked to eczema, and some people believe foods containing soy make their eczema a little worse. If you suffer from a type of eczema called dyshidrotic eczema, you may be sensitive to nickel. Since many manufacturers use nickel in the production of cans for food preservation, nickel can also show up in those canned foods.
Reference
9 Foods to Avoid With Eczema. https://healthguides.cnn.com/finding-solutions-for-eczema/9-foods-to-avoid-with-eczema?did=t1_rss7

Published by Kenneth Dantzler-Corbin

I am a writer, editor, adjunct professor of Religion and Philosophy, English as a Second Language, Genealogy, Educator in Ambulatory Care, and Spiritual Support Specialist, Singer, Musician, and Social Justice Advocate for Human Rights.

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