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Breastfeeding can protect you from eczema

Due to the positive effect of intestinal flora and, consequently, on the immune system, breast-feeding reduces the likelihood of developing eczema over the long term, research has found.

Unicef, within the framework of the Baby-Friendly Initiative, also provided in the 1990s baby friendly a good couple in the country - read on Pharmaonline. The goal was to motivate the mothers to breastfeed after birth as soon as possible. The success was successful. Where we motivated mothers, there were about 27 percent of those who breastfed their babies for more than 3 months, where they did not stop breastfeeding their mothers, with only 7 percent of them breastfeeding there for 3 months.Breastfeeding reduces the risk of developing eczema

There is less eczema among breastfeeding babies

According to the results of a large-scale research carried out in the Republic of Belarus, Breastfeeding reduces the chance of developing eczema. More than 10,000 children were monitored in the PROBIT (PROmotion of Breastfeeding Intervention Trial) study to check for lung function, skin, and allergic problems. There was no difference in asthma, pulmonary function between breast-motivated, breast-fed infants and the control group. However, skin-related results were mixed: according to surveys, the incidence of atopic eczema was 0.3% among teenage children born in a baby-friendly hospital, compared with 0.7% in the control group.Here are other important articles on breastfeeding: