How to use vitamin c for treating eczema

Atopic dermatitis, which is also known as eczema, can be a terrible skin problem which often comes together with Asthma. When some patches of our skin become red and irritating, it can be pretty unnerving and also annoying.  Vitamin C can be an excellent natural addition to treat and soothe eczema patients. Although Vitamin C cannot fully cure eczema, what it can do is add some improvement and extra aid to cure it. But how do you do apply vitamin c eczema cure?  Here are some insights on the how would you approach to vitamin C for eczema and all you need to know about it.

How does vitamin C works?

Vitamin C is ascorbic acid, which many people do not have an idea of what it can be capable of other than some marketing gimmicks. But nothing could have been far from the truth. It improves the formation of collagen in our skin. It helps to heal wounds faster than usual. It works as a natural antihistamine, and it destroys the imidazole ring of the histamine molecule. So it is recommended to take extra vitamin C if you have eczema and it will help you.

 Also, vitamin c has anti-oxidants packed in it. Anti-oxidants are the best to protect you from free radical damages. You will find oral supplements of vitamin C if you want to try. But if you are someone like me who wants to get nutrition from real food then here are some suggestions.

Be careful while cooking vitamin C rich foods.

Vitamin C is one of the most heat sensitive vitamins to be found in any food. The ability of vitamin C goes away from it was cooked at a high temperature. So try to eat raw fruits and veggies that contain vitamin C. even if you are cooking, cook at a low temperature and get it done within the shortest time possible.

Do not boil vitamin C rich veggies.

Vitamin is a water-soluble vitamin. It gets mixed with water easily. If you boiled the vegetables and threw away the water, then you just threw away all the vitamin C.

Eat raw fruit, not juice.

The juice is our favorite for the taste. But the juice loses fiber, which is vital for the bowel regularities. Also, it benefits the diabetes patient who is suffering from eczema as well. So eat fresh fruits and enjoy your vitamin C without guilt. All the citric fruits like lemon, orange, and tangerine contain a lot of vitamin C. most of the leafy vegetables also contain vitamin C.

What to avoid for eczema?

Eczema treatment will not be complete if you are not aware of what you should not eat. Food that contains any artificial food coloring or preservatives is a big no for eczema patients. Refined sugar-rich foods are also harmful to eczema breakout. Stay away from dairy products forever, or you will face the inflammation get strong. Sweetened beverage, pastry, cake all those yumminess should be stopped if you want to stay healthy. Gluten is another unknown enemy of yours that you should not reach for.

What to eat if you have eczema?

Eat a lot of fresh vegetables, probiotic food, and omega 3 rich food so that your gut is happy and healthy. If you take alkaline water with vitamin C rich food, you will feel the difference in your body.

Do not panic!

Eczema is not contagious at all. It affects some part of the patient’s body, but it will not come to you if you do not have any food intolerance. We need to aware people of this situation so that they are never disrespectful to the people who have eczema.

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William Woodall

Hi, My name is William Woodall, and I am a person who is determined to make the world a better place. I like to be around people and enjoy adventure and challenges.
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