Early Introduction of Allergenic Foods to Infants May Reduce Risk of Allergies - October 10, 2016 - Medical News Bulletin

Early Introduction of Allergenic Foods to Infants May Reduce Risk of Allergies - October 10, 2016 - Medical News Bulletin

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A comprehensive review of scientific literature suggests a possible link between early introduction of allergenic foods and reduced likelihood of some allergies, although the evidence is not conclusive.
11 Oct 2016 - General
Allergy is associated with few conditions. The associated conditions are bronchial asthma, pernicious anemia, allergic eczema and allergic rhinitis. If you are having one of these conditions, better you get monitored for other conditions too. when you get exposed to an allergic condition, your body produces antibodies according to the allergen you got exposed. Some of the lymphocytes become memory cells that produces antibodies for the same allergen when you get exposed to it next time preventin...
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As what the article says, this entails further research and basis before it will be recommended to the public. There is no clear explanation of developing allergies to people and allergies if taken for granted can be really life threatening. Some of the common allergies of people would be allergic to dusts, seafoods, crustaceans and nuts are just a few of them. As to infants, this could be an unripe step to delay or decrease the development of allergies. Introducing to m an early state does not ...
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Although it is not clear that what is the relationship of food allergies in infants to the timing of the introduction of food but literature reviews from 146 studies have shown that early introduction of allergenic foods such as peanuts, eggs, fish and some dairy products could reduce the chances of these food allergies in infants. Such food allergies are very common in infants and they may lead to severe allergic conditions and autoimmune problems. This research is not enough to recommend the e...
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Hmm. Nice review. Actually, I thought this fact earlier. I have seen many patients with allergy and found that most of them from good socioeconomic condition. You probably know about Hygiene Hypothesis regarding allergy. Children who are exposed to parasites, pets etc in their early life, are less prone to develop allergy or asthma. The same thing should be true for food allergy too. Early exposure to allergic foods may familiarize the immune system to those antigens reducing the chance of all...
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