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Eczema Diet Christmas Menu

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Eczema Diet Christmas Menu

Christmas is a time for celebration, and if you’re like me and my family it involves eating a lot of food. However many typical Christmas dishes, such as ham, gravy and mum’s amazing trifle dessert, can trigger eczema flare-ups if you are susceptible to eczema. Luckily there are tasty eczema-friendly alternatives which I have been cooking over the last week or so. Here is an eczema-friendly Christmas menu plus one of my favourite dessert recipes, Baked Pear Crumble, which uses The Eczema Diet and Eczema Detox recipe ingredients.  How to make your Christmas turkey eczema-friendly (it's easy) Cook the turkey as per...

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Flaxseed Banana Bread

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Flaxseed Banana Bread

This eczema-friendly banana bread is a super healthy low-carb bread recipe, rich in fibre and omega-3 from flaxseeds. It's rich in potassium and calcium, and the banana acts as a binder so you don’t need egg in the recipe. It’s also gluten-free, grain-free, and easy to make. Perfect for toast and sandwiches or top it with real maple syrup and (eczema-friendly) fruit for a tasty dessert or easy breakfast. Recipe type:  Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Yeast-free, Corn-free, Grain-free, Nut-free Prep time:  10 mins, cooking time:  20 mins Makes approximately 12 slices   Ingredients 1 cup flaxseeds (see Notes, below) 2 teaspoons gluten-free...

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Parsley Pesto and Sesame-Free Hummus

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Parsley Pesto and Sesame-Free Hummus

Makes 2 small jars; preparation time 10 minutes This delicious protein-rich, alkalising spread is from The Eczema Detox book. Spread it onto plain rice crackers or use as a dip for vegies sticks. It’s great on sourdough toast and sandwiches, or add it to gluten-free pasta for a quick meal. Eat in moderation ... this dip can be quite addictive! Parsley Pesto is not suitable if you have a nut allergy. Ingredients 1 large bunch parsley 1/3 cup rice bran oil (see notes) 1 cup unsalted raw cashews (roasted cashews contain salicylates and amines) 2 tablespoons filtered water freshly minced garlic...

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Pear Flaxseed Drink – Dry Skin Remedy

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Pear Flaxseed Drink – Dry Skin Remedy

1 DAY’S SUPPLY FOR ONE ADULT, PREPARATION TIME 3 MINUTES If you suffer from dry skin, eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis or salicylate sensitivity then this is the skin hydrating, salicylate-free drink for you. Pear Flaxseed Drink contains omega-3 rich flaxseed oil with a twist… It is teamed with lecithin which acts like an oil emulsifier to make it easier for your body to utilise the omega-3 oils. Drink this daily to gradually increase skin hydration and reduce rash symptoms.  TIP: If you have a Nutribullet or Thermomix you can use 1 ripe pear (peeled), instead of canned pears or pear juice....

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Eczema Diet Gravy Recipe

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Eczema Diet Gravy Recipe

I've been busy cooking in preparation for Christmas and I thought you might like some eczema-friendly gravy for the big day... This delicious gravy can be added to any roast dinner and served alongside your Christmas turkey. The Eczema Diet Gravy is free of additives and it’s made from specially selected eczema-friendly ingredients so you won’t have a flare-up on Christmas day (well, at least not from the gravy!). Make this gravy a day ahead so you can remove the fat that settles on the top overnight (that’s important if you have eczema). Why make your own gravy? All store-bought gravies and...

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