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Food is rarely the sole cause of eczema in children, but food sensitivity may worsen the symptoms of eczema in some children. Avoiding dairy products...

Is the four day rule for introducing new foods to baby REALLY necessary – or is it an overly cautious, outdated practice? If you’re not already familiar with the four day rule, it simply means waiting at least four days before introducing each new food to your baby. So if, for example, you offer your baby sweet potatoes for the very first time on Monday, then...

We received a message over the weekend from a concerned mum in the US who had noticed a rash on her son’s arms and wondered if it could be related to a food allergy. Unfortunately, there’s no straightforward answer to this question. Please note: whilst a baby food allergy can certainly cause a rash, it is very important to check ANY rash with a medical professional...

We received a message earlier this week from Kathy, the mother of a baby with eczema. Kathy wondered if it might be a good idea to start her little one on yogurt made with goat’s milk rather than cow’s milk, or whether she should delay yogurt altogether for the first year. Many parents seem to notice a worsening in their little ones’ eczema symptoms...

Canned tuna is one of the best-selling forms of seafood worldwide. Tuna contains many important nutrients, including protein, B vitamins, minerals and Omega-3 essential fatty acids. These fatty acids are called ‘essential’ because they are vital to human health, but cannot be made by the body and must be obtained from food. You should – of course –...