Recipes Your Skin Will Thank You For

Do skin conditions and one’s diet have any connection? “Eating certain foods doesn’t appear to cause eczema, although it may trigger a flare-up if you already have the condition. Maintaining an eczema-friendly diet is key to overall condition management,” according to this website.

Furthermore, according to this website, “eczema-safe foods supply nutrients to help decrease inflammation and promote skin repair and maintenance.

What kinds of recipes will your skin (or your child’s) thank you for? Here are examples of dishes you can prepare in a day to keep your skin happy, and hopefully, eczema-free


BREAKFAST: Vegan Banana Pancakes

You can use this recipe as your basis, or you can substitute ingredients from the banana pancake recipe that you’re already familiar with. The important ingredients to consider looking replacements for are milk, flour, and even the kind of cooking oil.

LUNCH: Chicken and Hummus Bowl

This recipe is dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, and fairly easy to prepare (if you don’t make the flatbread from scratch, at least). Take your cooking and baking up several notches with this dish as the combination of these Mediterranean flavors makes for a really delicious lunch.

SNACK: Guacamole with Homemade Tortilla Chips

Whether you’re currently working from home, or your kids are studying at home, or you want to take this with you as a snack in your workplace, here is a relatively quick, easy, and muy delicioso recipe that’s satisfying, filling, and more importantly, gluten-free.

DINNER: Sweet and Sour Cauliflower with Chicken

There’s nothing quite like incorporating a lot of greens into your diet, whether eczema is a part of your life or not. The fact that this recipe uses a healthier cooking method for chicken is a bonus. Enjoy this take-out inspired dish sans greasy chicken, with low levels of sodium.

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