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Shvoong Home>Medicine & Health>Alternative Medicine>New Cure for Eczema & Dermatitis Review

New Cure for Eczema & Dermatitis

Book Review   by:Lyddia     Original Author: Lyddia http://naturalcuresthatreallywork.blogspot.com
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In a recent clinical trial held at the University of California, doctors concluded that eating natural yogurt and other probiotics WILL relieve the symptoms of eczema and other forms of dermatitis. They believe that probiotics trigger the development of the immune system cells that control allergic diseases. This natural product is so safe that the clinical trial used probiotics to treat eczema in children and babies as young as six months. Probiotics is the name given to a variety of micro-organisms which act in the body to balance good and bad organisms (microflora) in the intestines. The normal human digestive tract contains about 400 types of probiotic bacteria that reduce the growth of harmful bacteria and promote a healthy digestive system. The largest group of probiotic bacteria in the intestine is lactic acid bacteria, of which Lactobacillus acidophilus, found in yogurt, is the best known.
Probiotics are easily available in certain foods, such as yogurt, fermented and unfermented milk, miso, tempeh and some juices and soya milk drinks. They are also readily available as dietary supplement from health shops. Most probiotics are bacteria similar to those naturally found in people's gut, especially in those of breastfed infants, who have a natural protection against many diseases. Some probiotic foods date back to ancient times, such as fermented foods and cultured milk products. Interest in probiotics in general has been growing tremendously during the last 20 years, Americans' spending on probiotic supplements nearly tripled between 1994 and 2003.
Published: March 15, 2008   
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