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Lack of vaginal bacteria linked to obesity and allergies in C-section babies
 

Lack of vaginal bacteria linked to obesity and allergies in C-section babies

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Two studies suggest caesarean births may create a higher risk of obesity and health problems including allergies and asthma later in life that is associated with differences in gastrointestinal microbiota established at birth.
 
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16 Sep 2016 - General
 
When we will look deep into nature, and then we will understand everything better. Likewise, there is no comparison between natural birth and C-section because of unlimited benefits for both mother and child if delivery is carried out through natural way. It is absolutely fine that vaginally born child can receive the natural gut protection from his/her mother during delivery while C-section cannot provide this natural barrier to the gut of a child. Another research has shown that mother’s GIT m...
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It is very interesting and amazingly surprising to know how much the C-section babies miss !! They miss all the perks of being vaginally delivered most importantly the vaginal microbiota that plays a pivotal role in developing the baby’s immunity. That’s why C-section babies are more likely to develop allergies later on in their life. The other striking result found was the fact that C-section babies can become overweight or obese 3 times more than those vaginally delivered. Researchers refer th...
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