The subject of nutrition brought to light an interesting discovery. The doctors reported that infantile eczema was fairly prevalent among the affluent families of Nigeria, who live according to European standards, whereas among the natives who have held on to their traditional way of life it was rare or unknown. On the basis of this finding it can be concluded that the incorrect nutrition and living habits associated with our civilisation are contributory factors to the incidence of infantile eczema.

The statement, or rather claim, that infantile eczema is an allergy does not have much support. The search for an allergen or a specific antibody will probably have little success. So why not take advantage of a natural therapy that has proved to be simple and harmless in treating infantile eczema and which, in the end, does not offer just temporary relief but in many cases results in a complete cure?


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