Food Allergies and Children - How Probiotics Can Help
Probiotics are ”good” bacteria found in healthy human intestinal tracts. Live bacteria strains in our gut help regulate digestion and control the harm done by infectious bacteria and yeasts.
When it comes to food allergies and children, optimistic news are coming from different scientific sources. New research shows that giving probiotics to pregnant women and their babies is safe and may prevent infection and allergic reactions.
Health issues such as egg allergy and eczema have been on the increase in children. Taking probiotics may expose the developing immune system to more beneficial bacteria resulting in it being less sensitive to potential allergens.
According to a study that included 1.5 million mothers and children, carried out at Imperial College London, eczema risk was reduced by 22% in children whose mothers took a probiotic between 36 and 38 weeks of pregnancy. Adding good bacteria to their diet during the first three to six months of breastfeeding also had a similar effect.
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