Can I eat beetroot if I have eczema?
I would like to talk about the beautiful beetroot. Beetroot is great for most eczema sufferers (Note: people with severe salicylate sensitivity should avoid beetroot as it contains moderate salicylates). It...Read more
What is buckwheat and can I eat it if I have eczema?
What is Buckwheat? Buckwheat is used as a gluten-free grain and it’s actually a fruit. It’s available roasted and as groats, flour, pasta and tea, and the flour can be made...Read more
Red Cabbage and Younger Skin?!
Cabbage is a member of the mighty Brassica family, and it’s rich in vitamin C, folate and anti-cancer indoles. It is great for eczema as it is alkalising and contains...Read more
Feeding Fussy Children
Help! My Fussy Child Won’t Eat Veggies Last week nutritionist Karen Fischer had a radio interview with ABC (NSW region) about how to get fussy children to eat vegetables and...Read more
Can I drink coffee and tea if I have eczema?
FAQ: Do I have to give up coffee and tea while I’m on The Eczema Diet and if so, what are the eczema-friendly alternatives? People often ask eczema nutritionist and...Read more
Don't eat bread until you read this ...
With all the negative press bread receives it can be confusing to know which bread to choose (and if you should be eating it at all!). I chatted with hosts...Read more
Are fish oils good for eczema?
Fish oils are rich in omega-3 which is essential for healthy skin. Omega-3 food and supplement sources can help alleviate the dry skin associated with eczema. However, adverse reactions have...Read more