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Banana Beet Smoothie Bowl for eczema

dairy free gluten free moderate salicylates

Banana Beet Smoothie Bowl for eczema

(GF, S, A, V) Serves 1, preparation time 5 minutes (pre-freeze banana overnight) This Detox breakfast recipe contains beetroot which is highly alkalising and protein-rich cashews and omega-3 rich chia seeds. If you are sensitive to chia seeds, swap them for flaxseeds. 1 frozen banana, sliced ¼ cup soaked raw cashews (soaked 2-4 hours) ½ teaspoon flax oil 1 tablespoon milk of choice (use rice milk if you have eczema) 1 tablespoon grated fresh beetroot Optional: powdered vitamins Skin Friend AM to help it gel beautifully  Optional toppings: 1 teaspoon chia seeds banana slices and/or papaya 1 teaspoon crushed raw...

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Carob Mylkshake

caffeine free dairy free gluten free low amine low salicylate vegan

Carob Mylkshake

Here is a lovely Valentine's day breakfast for your loved one with eczema. Valentine's Day is around the corner. If you or your partner have eczema forget chocolates, strawberries and other traditional food related Valentine's Day gifts - they will only make the eczema itch like crazy. Instead, try this great eczema-friendly Carob milkshake with Syrup from Karen's new eczema cookbook and pair it with Potato and Leek Waffles. Both recipes use eczema-friendly ingredients mentioned in The Eczema Diet book.  This great waffle recipe was passed on to us by the wonderful Charlie Rioux and you can view it via her website Sweet Salty Spicy. Carob Milkshake...

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Caramelized Leek Sauce

dairy free gluten free low amine low salicylate vegan

Caramelized Leek Sauce

Dairy-free, gluten-free, wheat-free, vegan, salicylate-free, amine-free.  This recipe is a family favourite. The leftovers always go missing from the refrigerator the next day as my daughter eats it straight from the jar. Sauces and eczema One thing most eczema sufferers miss (especially while on the Eczema Diet) is sauce. Why no sauce? Because regular sauces are loaded with itch promoting ingredients. And if you are like most eczema sufferers you don't want to itch, right? Sauce ingredients that worsen eczema dairy/cream (pro-inflammatory, lactose, natural animal hormones such as estrogens, antibiotic residues) tomato (MSG) soy sauce/tamari (hidden MSG) vinegar (all types contain...

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Carob Mylk Tea

caffeine free dairy free gluten free low amine low salicylate vegan

Carob Mylk Tea

Carob is a great chocolate-free substitute that is good for the skin. It’s a rich source of calcium and it’s salicylate free. As always, if you react to an ingredient then avoid it but if you are fine with carob here are some great products (note this is not a sponsored blog post, just info). Note: carob contains tannins and a few people are sensitive to tannins. This is another company which has similar products. Ingredients 1 teaspoon carob powder 1 teaspoon (or to taste) with rice malt syrup or ½ teaspoon maple syrup rice milk 1 scoop Skin Friend PM...

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