Why Use Cod Liver Oil for Eczema?
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Struggle with eczema? Here’s why cod liver oil could help.
0:00 What is eczema?
0:22 Why use cod liver oil for eczema?
1:55 DHA and EPA for your skin
2:43 Coconut oil, butter, and low omega-3s on keto
3:29 Check out the keto recipe channel
In this video, we’re going to talk about why cod liver oil can help you if you have eczema.
Eczema is a condition where you have red, scaly, flaky, or rashy skin. This condition is also known as atopic dermatitis. Psoriasis is a part of the same family as eczema.
Cod liver oil is the best remedy for nearly all skin conditions—especially eczema.
Cod liver oil contains three powerful nutrients:
1. Omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA)
2. Vitamin A
3. Vitamin D
One common symptom of low vitamin A is follicular hyperkeratosis. This is a condition where you have small brown or red hair follicles on your arms and/or back. Another symptom of low vitamin A is xerosis. This is when you have dried-out skin with fine wrinkles or a scaly appearance.
Vitamin A has a lot to do with the integrity of your skin—so it’s vital that you get plenty of it for your skin health.
Vitamin D is also vital for your skin health—especially psoriasis. Psoriasis is an autoimmune condition. Vitamin D is fantastic for all autoimmune problems. Vitamin D acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory—it’s like cortisol, but without the side effects.
Low levels of Omega-3 essential fatty acids can cause eczema. It’s important to increase your omega-3s and lower your omega-6s.
Cod liver oil is rich in all of these important nutrients for your skin.
Many people on keto consume a lot of coconut oil and butter, which is great. However, these do not contain the omega-3s you need. You need to consume sardines, salmon, or cod liver oil to get your omega-3s.
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Thanks for watching. I hope cod liver oil helps you with your eczema or other skin condition.