A variety of diets have been proposed for eczema relief. These may be structured on the results of allergy testing or may be chosen for their content of foods that tend not to provoke allergic responses. Not everyone put on restrictive eczema diets improves, and many patients with severe eczema show no testing evidence of food allergies. For that reason, a change in diet , if desired, should be considered as an additional step in treatment rather than a primary one, and if the patient notices they itch more when eating any identified food or drink, it would be best if they avoid it.
I’m not sure if what I have is eczema or not. Across select fingers/kunckles I have raised whitish reddish bumps…gross little clumps of bumps. But other parts of my hands are clear as a bell. Not sure. I’d love to have that e-book. Wish I could buy it. I also would love to buy that Diet Recovery book by Matt Stone referenced on this site. But e-book buying isn’t for me.
Oh, that GAPS handbook looks awesome too…oye…wish this stuff were on shelves, so I could go to my library and check them out 🙂