The American Academy of Pediatrics estimates that 5.6 million U.S. children (7.6%) have a food allergy and 40% of those children have more than one.  The Academy also noted that prevalence could be as high as 11.4%.

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When I know a child has an increased risk of asthma or any other type of inflammatory issue like allergies, constipation, or reflux, I look at the bigger picture and ask, How can I reduce this child’s overall systemic inflammation? 

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Inflammation is an intricate, complex response by the whole body to what it perceives as a threat.

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Dr. Kilbane’s approach is universal and can be used by both children and adults who have eczema. Here’s what’s included: