Infant Skin Conditions

Skin conditions in infants and children are a physiological distress signal, indicative of underlying issues within the body. As the largest organ of the body, the skin manifests symptoms externally when internal systems are not functioning optimally. In contrast to evident conditions like a broken bone or a common cold, gastrointestinal health often remains silent, lacking clear indications of its status or specific concerns. Consequently, conditions like eczema eventually serve as a visible cue from the body, signalling the need for intervention. Unfortunately, the common scenario involves prolonged suffering for the child and parent, with affected infants and children enduring various treatments, including creams, ointments, and injections, in the hope of attaining some kind of relief.   Regrettably, there exists a significant deficiency in comprehending the true origins of eczema, leading to frequent misdiagnoses or instances where patients are advised to adapt to the condition or experiment with various treatments. However, it is essential to recognize that this doesn't have to be the prevailing scenario. 

It is crucial to acknowledge that prompt intervention and a grasp of the underlying cause are imperative for averting long-term health issues. When parents provide certain foods or milk/beverages to their children, the body may enter a 'protective' mode, initiating reactions to almost everything. This response is a result of the body struggling to cope and attempting to prevent further internal damage.


Health concerns in children can be linked to issues stemming from liver stagnancies, including conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, constipation, food allergies, and sleep issues. It's noteworthy that a stagnant liver can be present even in children due to the transmission of toxins, viruses, bacteria, and radiation from parents during conception and throughout pregnancy, impacting the child's liver before birth.

Conditions resulting from a sluggish liver are sometimes mislabeled as skin conditions or autoimmune diseases. However, they can often be addressed and healed by incorporating specific foods to boost the child's immune system and eliminating foods that the body cannot tolerate. Understanding the individual's unique nutritional needs is crucial for healing, and non-invasive testing using hair strands and nail clippings provides a comprehensive view of these needs and functions.

This personalized information enables the creation of a tailored health plan to address current conditions and promote optimal future health, reducing the likelihood of colds, coughs, and recurring illnesses.

Three week old infant girl.   


  • Six month old boy. 


  • Two year old boy.