[Barb, a reader on the The Keto Rash Facebook Community shared this great tip! I’m not sure if it’s the carbs in the blueberries or some other phytochemical or property of the berry, but it’s definitely something worth trying. I have to admit that I’m biased here because blueberries are my favorite fruit.]
I had Keto rash for well over a year when I started a low carb diet (20 or under). Went to 2 different dermatologists 6 months apart, neither of whom had a clue what it was or how to treat it. Spent months trying all kinds of medicated washes, lotions, ointments etc. Nothing. I told them I was doing low carb and asked both of them if it could be diet related, and they said NO. Added .25 a cup of blueberries to my diet on a daily basis. Gone.
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