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  • Dietary oils to avoid and maybe good oils to consume for SD?

    So I gather oleic acid is to be avoided? Just wondering what actual types of oils/fats are recommended to use/cook with when dealing with Seborrhoeic dermatitis?

    I know virgin coconut oil is a no go for skin application, but it's ok to ingest, right?

    Obviously fish oils should be good.

    And anything else I should be avoiding? saturated fats good/bad?

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    Originally posted by andyW View Post
    So I gather oleic acid is to be avoided? Just wondering what actual types of oils/fats are recommended to use/cook with when dealing with Seborrhoeic dermatitis?

    I know virgin coconut oil is a no go for skin application, but it's ok to ingest, right?

    Obviously fish oils should be good.

    And anything else I should be avoiding? saturated fats good/bad?
    I cook with coconut oil all the time, it's very healthy for you to ingest! Saturated fats are also good for you when it comes from a natural whole food.

    You might consider reducing gluten, dairy and nuts as these are common allergies and may cause inflammation.

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      yeah I already avoid gluten (at least, wheat gluten) and I don't do dairy and not too much in the way of nuts either.

      Just wondering about linoleic acid, if I'm to avoid oleic acid, should I try to get more linoleic acid? I sometimes have hemp oil which is high in linoleic.

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