Many children have sensitivities to certain foods or environmental substances. These sensitivities can result in eczema, asthma, itchy eyes, frequent cough and colds, even mood swings or issues with learning and concentration.
Issues such as these can take a lot of the fun out of summer, spring, and fall - just when you and your child would love to be enjoying the beautiful outdoors.
Figuring out just what exactly your child is reacting to can feel a lot like detective work! However, taking the time to identify food triggers and reduce exposure and sensitivity to pollens, mold, and dust can make huge improvements in your child's symptoms and their quality of life.
Rashes and Eczema
Nothing is quite as miserable as having an itchy kid! The skin is one of the most "expressive" organs, especially in childhood. The same food allergies and digestive disorders that cause asthma and seasonal allergies are often at play with eczema, psoriasis, and other chronic rashes. Changes in diet, herbs, and nutrition can not only soothe broken and itchy skin, but it can stop flares before they begin.
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