How to Treat and Prevent Ringworm with your Diet
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Ringworm is caused by a fungus, not a parasite and making nutritional changes have been shown to be very effective in helping your body to treat fungal infections.
Including eggs, dairy products, fish and liver which are also rich in vitamin A in your diet will boost your immune system and will support your body to destroy the fungus in your body. You can also take a multivitamin daily and a probiotic to introduce healthy bacteria enter your gut.
You should avoid foods that are high in sugar such as baked goods, sweets, pasta, white rice, breads and dried fruits.
Some of the home remedies which you can incorporate into your daily life are:
1. Drink a glass of warm water with lemon squeezed into it every morning. This will help in alkalising your system making it less habitable for fungi.
2. Add garlic and onions into your food items as they have anti-fungal properties.
3. Apple cider vinegar can also help in restoring the balance to your gut and skin.
We hope the above tips will help you in getting rid of ringworm.
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