Study: Early Introduction of Eggs, Peanuts Could Prevent Allergies

Researchers reviewed over 70 years of studies and found that introducing peanuts to kids at age 4 to 11 months and eggs at 4 to 6 months reduces the risk of children developing allergies later.
0:59 | 09/20/16

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A thousands of allergic reactions in kids every year means many parents have avoided giving them debate. But now large scale review published in the journal of the AMA find strong evidence that it might be a good idea to let infant sampled peanuts and eggs as early as well first year of life. Researchers reviewed over seventy years of studies and found that introducing Pete and it's to kids between the ages of four to eleven months and introducing eggs between four and six months actually reduce the risk of developing allergies later on kids introduced penises babies have about a 30% reduction in the risk of developing a peanut allergy in kids who were introduced Ed thirdly we're only half as likely. To develop and a gallon sold start small let their small just a tiny amount of the letter or. Could teach their bodies not to overreact later on.

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