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    I’ve had eczema for about 10 years and asthma in the winters, for the past 5 months I’ve had diarrhea so I started to eat some yogurt with probiotics in them about 2 weeks ago.
    Two days after eating yogurt, diarrhea and asthma are no longer a problem but my eczema is slowly worsening since.

    Could the worsening eczema be a die off or is it something else?

    I Would greatly appreciate some advice.

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    Jaumeb
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    I use goat yogurt.

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    raster
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    Goat yogurt is much more safe because people are allergic to the cows dairy itself. It tastes weird at first but you’ll get used to it.

    You are getting eczema/asthma because this is how your body is detoxing because it cannot detox via regular methods such as via the liver. Your body then has to detox via other methods.

    -raster

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    Noturbo
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    Im no expert but i’m pretty sure the yogurts alone will not have a significant enough effect to cause a die off reaction. Thats assuming this is the only supplement/med youre taking and that youre eating a “normal” diet.

    I used to have a fungal type sweat rash on my groin and my butt, was there for years. Started drinking 2 or 3 activia yogurt drinks a day and they vanished. I believe they do have a good effect on minor fungal type skin infections. Only my experience ofcourse…

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    I would of got goats yogurt but I didn’t see any in the supermarket.

    I ate bio yogurt and after two days or so my asthma vanished along with the diarrhea, after another two days I got a headache and my eyes went sore for a whole day.
    Since about 5 days after eating yogurt my eczema has slowly been worsening and still is, which is worrying me. Asthma and diarrhea are still not a problem.

    I’ve been avoiding sugar for months now and recently started eating a teaspoon of coconut oil.

    I’m just worried that the eczema will get out of control.

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    RobyRob
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    Try it for another 2 weeks and if eczema is not getting better then you are probably reacting to something in yogurt. There are other sources of probiotic bacteria.

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