Most skin diseases have a rash. The rash is "produced", and some foods are "hairs" - containing heterologous proteins. When this particular protein is absorbed by the body, it can cause allergic reactions and damage the skin. Therefore, people suffering from skin diseases should fast with stimulating food during or after treatment for a long period of time. Otherwise, even in a stable skin condition, it will reoccur.
Some skin diseases, such as urticaria, neurodermatitis, pruritus, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, allergic dermatitis, rosacea, etc., have a close relationship with certain foods. During the period of illness or after the illness has been cured, it is necessary to limit or fasten the â€œhairsâ€ of jellyfish such as fish, shrimps and crabs, as well as poultry foods and pungent foods such as onions, garlic, and peppers. Some skin diseases such as acne, tinea corporis, vitiligo, etc. do not have to be taboo because they have nothing to do with the diet.
However, some patients are allergic to only one or two types of food. Therefore, do not limit the range of taboo foods. Patients can record the type and timing of food intake and the time of onset of symptoms. If the disease occurs after 12-24 hours after eating, it is sensitized food. This taboo has targeted, narrowing the scope of the taboo. In daily life, some people often suffer from all kinds of skin diseases, regardless of what kind of food they are allergic to, and all so-called â€œhair thingsâ€ are all taboos. As a result, malnutrition affects the health of the body. Even if the skin disease patients are not taboo for food, it is not always taboo. After the skin disease is stable for some time, you can try to eat allergic foods. Start with a small amount. If there is no special reaction, you can gradually increase the amount and frequency. After repeated desensitization, some people can no longer have an allergic reaction to foods that are allergic to the original.
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