Your Grocery List for Eczema-free Skin

Updated: May 14



Here is a ready-made shopping list for healthier Eczema-free skin:

1. Crackers and Bread Whole grain spelt bread Rye crackers 2. Seafood Wakame, dulse or Nori flakes Nori sheets 3. Pasta and Rice Wild rice Spelt, chickpea, buckwheat, pea, lentil, quinoa or kumut pasta. 4. Oils, Sauces, Salad Dressings and Condiments Passata Apple cider vinegar Extra Virginia Olive Oil Fresh olives 5. Cereals and Breakfast Foods Wholegrain multi grain seeds Rye flakes, quinoa flakes or buckwheat flakes. Non dairy milk 6. Snacks Hummus Dried fruit: figs, prunes, apricots and raisins. Nuts: best selection walnut and brazil. 7. Produce Fruit: bananas, apples, mangos, strawberries, raspberries (all seasonal berries) Vegetables: Kale, chard, spinach, callaloo. Look for a large variety of colourful fruits and vegetables as they have the most nutrients. Buy fruits and vegetables that are in season and locally grown. They taste better and cost less. 8. Drinks Unsweetened green and flavoured teas. (Pukka, Essential and Clipper have a great range). Mineral water If you buy juice, make sure it's 100% fruit juice and not a "juice drink", or "-ade".


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