Baby Eczema Triggers and Nutrition

The best way to provide your baby the nutrtion it needs in the first 6 months of life, is through breast feeding. You need to keep in mind that during the period of nursing, mother’s healthy diet is the best assurance of baby’s health. In order to prevent eczema you need to include foods rich in essential fatty acids like raw nuts and seeds, vegetarian, free range eggs and wild caught fish (or fish oil supplement to eliminate mercury contamination). Also adding a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables will ensure a healthy breast milk for your baby. Eliminating common food allergens like dairy and gluten from your diet, will also help prevent eczema problems in your baby.

One of the most common skin rashes in babies is eczema, or otherwise known as atopic dermatitis. According to The Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA), eczema occurs in around 1 in 5 infants starting in the first 6 months of

Also remember that moderate sun exposure will help heal many skin problems, including eczema, and will ensure an adequate vitamin D level for your baby’s health.

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