And cutting down (or out) dairy
Boing ... a good week in and there does seem to be a difference. The eczema patches are still there but are not itching or stinging as they did and they appear to be fading.
It could be coincidence, of course, or psychosomatic but so far so good ...
Good going, Muttley. So that's one week of dairy free? There'll probably be very good results after two weeks. Let us know.
With dairy products there are two main "allergies" that people often get confused. One is dairy intolerance - the body is unable to break down lactose, the sugar in milk, especially cow's milk. The other is a reaction to casein, bovine milk protein, which has been linked to ecezema/asthma symptoms.
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