Diet Advice For Boils and Spots
Eating Advice to Increase Immunity to Infection, Reduce Boils and Zits
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Diet Tips to Reduce Boils

Lowered Immunity Due to Bad Diet

Recurring boils are typically a sign of lowered resistance to bacterial infection. Boils commonly occur as a result of a poor quality diet leading to nutritional deficiencies, or illness. Patients with diabetes can be at a higher risk of boils.

Guide to Diet For Boils

Any diet aimed at reducing boils needs to boost your immunity. Zinc, vitamin C and vitamin E are the three most important nutrients to increase immunity and raise resistance to infection.

  • Increase your intake of zinc by adding more of the following foods to your daily diet: oysters (expensive but very rich in zinc!), lean steak, pork loin, wheatgerm, brewer's yeast, pumpkin seeds, eggs.
  • Add extra vitamin C to your diet and improve your resistance to infection by eating more of the following foods: citrus fruit, kiwi fruit, blueberries.
  • Add wheatgerm, soybeans, broccoli, Brussels sprouts and eggs for their vitamin E.
  • Add extra carrots to your meals, for their vitamin A, which has antioxidant benefits.
  • Snack on half a dozen Brazil nuts for their selenium content. Selenium improves immunity by boosting the effectiveness of vitamin E.

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