Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Breastfeeding reduces eczema

“There are lots of benefits to breastfeeding - not only is it a lovely way for you to be close to your baby but your milk also helps protect your child from infections.
“Breast milk can reduce the risk of your child getting allergic conditions such as eczema and asthma and reduce your risk of certain cancers and osteoporosis in later life.” - this is the westcountry news
There is no doubt that breastfeeding contributes to a healthy baby as breastmilk carries all the natural compounds required to enhance and develop a new babys immune system.
Once a baby has been weaned from breast milk they will carry the immunity for many years, if however they do develop eczema at a later stage, or do not have the good fortune to be fed breast milk, (Some mothers are not able to breast feed their babies for various reasons)
Then it may be necessary to find a solution for eczema in a young child.
One popular and natural solution is cream containing the wonderful New Zealand UMF Manuka honey. This Manuka honey has been receiving world-wide acclaim for a range of infections and skin problems and eczema is just one of them
Manuka honey comes in an eczema treatment pack which also includes Manuka soap and diluted manuka oil

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