Tag Archives: Breast feeding

EARLY INTRODUCTION OF EGG, PEANUT LOWERS RISK FOR ALLERGY

FCAAIA Notes: The EAT (Enquiring About Tolerance) study  was published early this year by the same researchers in London who published the LEAP and LEAP-On studies.  This meta-analysis confirms the findings of EAT giving us assurance that its findings are … Continue reading

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BREASTFEEDING MAY NOT PROTECT CHILDREN FROM ALLERGIES

FCAAIA Notes: OK…don’t panic and don’t stop breast feeding.  The benefits of exclusive breast feed to 6 months old are undeniable.  Previous studies have associated exclusive breastfeeding with a decreased risk of allergies.  But, no study has ever concluded that … Continue reading

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BREAST-FEEDING DOES NOT AFFECT ALLERGY SENSITIZATION IN CHILDREN

FCAAIA Notes: Previous studies have shown that exclusive breast feeding early in life might decrease the risk of atopic dermatitis and perhaps other atopic diseases during infancy and early childhood.  This is one study showing that the effect might not … Continue reading

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