One of the most severe allergies is peanut allergy, but research shows that children whose mothers eat peanuts during breastfeeding are less likely to develop.
Breastfeeding? Eat hazelnuts!According to a study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, the risk of developing a dementia allergy among children who eat peanuts before the age of one and those whose mothers consume breastfeeding is greatly reduced. Findings of Canadian researchers are consistent with earlier assumptions that deliberate elimination of allergenic foods such as flour, milk, and hazelnuts may improve. The results showed that those who ate peanuts before the age of one and their mothers ate peanuts during breastfeeding had a 1.7 percent allergy, compared with an average of 9.4 percent, according to Index.Allergia Year by year, the number of peanut allergies is increasing, so prevention is of particular importance.
- Add peanuts to peanut allergies?
- Give allergies at 6 months
- Another reason for breastfeeding