When my daughter, Holly was two she developed a nasty cough which wouldn't go away. From then on every time she caught a cold the doctor prescribed an inhailer for her which we seemed to use more and more with not much affect. About the same time I started to see patches of eczema on her skin, when a patch on her leg got so bad it started to bleed I took her back to the doctor only for him to prescribe steroid cream, which seemed very drastic for someone so small. I was very disappointed as, with all my children I breast fed them until they were a year old and followed all the nutritional advice and hoped this kind of thing wouldn't occur. I thought there must be something I could do for my daughter rather subject her to years of inhailers and steroid cream.
I happened to go to my local supermarket that day and stood and read all the cartons in the milk isle, from soya to rice milk and for some reason Anthony Worral Thompson's write up convinced me to try Delamere goats' milk first.
My plan was to ease it in to her diet but when I first gave it to her she drank the whole lot in one go, so I cut our cows milk straight away. Within two weeks her eczema had completely gone and I have only used her inhailer a couple of times since when she has had a very bad cough. It seems like a very drastic turn around but on the odd occasion I have run out of goats milk and try cows milk again her eczema returns after two days. She is now four and since discovering Delamere, we havent looked back. Thanks Delamere and thanks Antony Worrall Thompson!