Recipes — low amine

Flakey Oat and Chickpea Crackers

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Flakey Oat and Chickpea Crackers

A flakey, crunchy eczema friendly snack recipe is hard to come by on the Eczema Detox programs and these crackers do not disappoint. If you can stop yourself from eating all of these crackers in one sitting, then these serve as a yummy afternoon snack either by themselves or with a tasty eczema friendly dip such as beetroot hummus.  The health benefits: Chickpeas are packed with protein and provide a great source of insoluble fibre which helps to keep your gut healthy. Chickpeas are also a rich source of folate and minerals for healthy collagen formation in the skin including iron, manganese,...

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Bean Patties with Eczema Friendly Ingredients

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Bean Patties with Eczema Friendly Ingredients

These simple bean patties are so versatile and can be used for breakfast, lunch or dinner whilst following the Eczema Diet programs. For this recipe, we used red kidney beans, but any bean can be used that you have on hand, making these the most simple recipe yet.  The health benefits: Red Kidney Beans are a fantastic course of fibre and low in fat. They are also an exceptional source of the mineral Molybdenum which plays an essential role in activating an enzyme called sulphite oxidase (SO), which helps to break down sulphites in the liver. Sulphite sensitivity can be common...

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Sautéed Bok Choy and Noodles

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Sautéed Bok Choy and Noodles

Certain green vegetables such as broccoli, kale, and spinach can be aggravating to eczema sufferers as they contain what is called a 'triple threat' of food chemicals such as itch-promoting salicylates, amines, and natural MSG. These food chemicals can be  problematic while you have eczema if you are sensitive to salicylates, histamines, or MSG.  But, this certainly doesn't mean we can't enjoy other green vegetables, one being the humble bok choy. This tasty, slightly crunchy vegetable contains moderate salicylates and is a perfect choice for stir-fries, such as in this super simple side dish which is ideal for a weeknight cook up.  The health...

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Gluten-Free Chickpea Crackers

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Gluten-Free Chickpea Crackers

Chickpea crackers? Yes, please. Sometimes a celery stick does not suffice for a crunchy snack on the Eczema Detox programs, so we have a solution... chickpea crackers.  These tasty crackers are a perfect snack option and pair nicely with our sesame-free hummus or carrot hummus and are perfect as an on the go snack.  The health benefits: Chickpea flour is also known as besan flour and is a nutritious gluten-free flour, rich in folate, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc and dietary fibre.        NOTES:  These crackers are FID friendly (Food Intolerance Diagnosis program from The Eczema Detox), and can be paired with sesame-free...

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Roasted Potatoes with Chickpeas and Leeks

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Roasted Potatoes with Chickpeas and Leeks

Perfect as a side dish or main meal, this roasted potato dish is simple, tasty and boasting with eczema friendly ingredients. This dish would make the perfect accompaniment to your protein of choice, yet works wonderfully for a main dish for our meat-free followers.  The health benefits: Leeks are anti-inflammatory and alkalising which can be beneficial for those with eczema, as inflammation and excess acidity in the body can contribute to skin conditions such as eczema (along with other causes including genetics and gut health issues). Leeks are a rich source of vitamin K, folate and manganese which is vital for healthy skin.  Chickpeas are packed with...

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