* TIP 2 - Dairy can be a controversial topic, but for many, the proof is in the pudding! If you suffer from eczema, try eliminating dairy for a while and see how you feel. Dairy intolerance can be a trigger for eczema. The simple way to test if you are intolerant is to keep a food diary over a 2 week period whilst cutting out dairy, and note how your eczema improves (or doesn't). You may also notice that you feel less sluggish and bloated and may lose a little weight. If you begin to crave sugar, take note of that too and we will get to that soon... You may want to reintroduce a little dairy and note the difference after this 2 week elimination period. I am completely dairy free, as I, like many eczema and allergy sufferers, have an allergy to dairy. My symptoms on dairy include bloating, nausea, eczema, feeling a little anxious and sluggish. There are many great substitutes for dairy, my choice is Organic Activated Almond Milk but there is also rice, oat and coconut milk. If you give this a try, I would love to hear how it works for you!