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Bacteria, Babies and Eczema – Why a bug called B. Infantis May Be the Key to Your Child’s Health

B. Infantis is a bacteria strongly associated with protecting children from eczema, allergies, asthma, and more. Unfortunately, this gut bacteria has virtually disappeared in babies born in industrialized nations as rates of chronic disease in children have skyrocketed.

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If you Google “what causes eczema?” the typical answers describe an inflammatory skin condition, genetic in origin, primarily related to an abnormality in the skin. The answers seem to suggest that since it is genetic we are unable to change the root cause of the problem. Most people think of eczema as an isolated skin condition since it has an obvious presence on the skin. I want to squash these notions right here and now.

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