Parents should feed babies to protect against allergies with these two foods14/01/2019
How can parents prevent food allergies in their children?
We live in a world in which food allergies still on the rise. A lot of people develop already in Childhood allergies to certain foods. Doctors advise parents to feed children in the first year of life with two certain foods in order to prevent the possible development of allergies.
The scientists of the Australasia Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy found in their current study, that parents can reduce their children, the probability for the emergence of allergies to food, if you give them an early two certain foods for human consumption. The experts published the results of their study in the English journal “Medical Journal of Australia”.
Less food allergies due to eggs and peanuts?
The researchers advise parents that they should take their babies to the first four months of life, eggs and peanuts in the diet. If children consume these foods then up to your twelfth month of life, this leads to a better protection against allergies. Parents should give their babies twice a week, eggs and peanuts to eat, explains study author Dr. Preeti Joshi of the Australasia Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy. The expert adds that there is evidence that babies who regularly consume peanuts, have a reduced risk for peanut allergies later in life. Similar to the consumption of eggs seems to be a food Allergy to eggs.
Information from the Internet can confuse parents
If parents are, for example, unsure of whether or not you should give your child peanuts, you can consult a doctor, in order to sufficiently secure. An Allergy to peanuts in children is a common food Allergy, experts say. There is a lot of information on the topic of food allergies on the Internet, which parents can greatly unsettle. Therefore, it is normal that some parents doubt whether they can offer their children certain foods for human consumption. In such cases, a conversation with an expert helps. (as)