In October 2010, I radically changed my diet. Before that, I never considered diet a contributor to seb derm. (I use to eat pizza and ice cream (chocolate chip, french vanilla preferred ) on a near-daily basis. When I first experienced the symptoms of seb derm, I was eating burger king for breakfast and pizza for lunch because I was commutting to school and ate out constantly.)
When on my honey treatment, I experienced fluctuations in the appearance of seb derm on my face. It appeared to be getting better then and then it reverted back to really bad. When I started the diet change, it was like I minimized this fluctuation level and the appearance of seb derm remained in a respectable range.
Anyways, I'm just thinking my past diet perhaps cancelled out, negated, or reduced the effectiveness of the honey treatment.
My diet is tentative and I was hoping I could hear from other suffers some of the things that they eat.
Some of the things I eat are:
Skinless chicken breast
I hear so many conflicting ideas on what you can and can't eat that it's draining. I hear fruit is bad and so I avoided fruit for a while and I hear saturated fat is bad so I avoid saturated fat. (Do you hear these same things, btw?) Overall, I try to avoid saturated fat, sugar (refined or not), and food allergens.
I took a food allergy test and came back negative on everything, but I'm still weary and really scared to eat any of the potential food allergens for some reason.