Twenty per cent of people in the developed world have eczema -- the incident rate among babies and children is on the rise. The research shows that eczema sufferers spend up to $2000 on eczema treatments each year and nearly 40 percent spend more than 10 minutes each day applying topical treatments. And yet the number of people with eczema is rising and has tripled in recent years. While it's perfectly fine to use modern medicines to help you or your child gain temporary relief, you need to explore and ultimately follow a long term solution. This solution involves making environmental and dietary changes. Part 1: Eczema and Diet Tips on how to manage and mend your eczema
How the diet works
How a healthy liver and healthy skin go hand in hand
Top 12 eczema-safe foods and other important ingredients
Part 2: Useful Non-Diet Information Information you can refer to at any time if you need a bath recipe, moisturizer advice or a quick itch-busting treatment.
Skin care products, make-up and daily regimen
Bath recipes and emergency itch busters
Part 3: Programs, Menus and Recipes
Food charts and menus for each specific age group -- from babies to adults
Eczema-safe shopping guides
Party food guide.
This outstanding program offers solutions and advice that can be tailored to suit individual needs -- whether it be a baby, child or adult -- ultimately you'll be able to manage and mend the eczema.
Karen Fischer is an award-winning author and nutritionist whose own daughter was plagued by eczema as an infant and toddler. She is also the author of The 8-Week Healthy Skin Diet. She's an avid health researcher, and she has a passion for finding new, science-based ways to create beautiful skin.