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Saturday, April 21, 2012

To Prevent Allergies In Infants

Allergy in infants who continued into adulthood, it can be prevented since the womb, according to a pediatrician with expertise areas of the digestive and allergy at the University of Turku, Finland, Erika Isolauri.

To the press here on Tuesday, Erika says that in times of important pregnancy and lactation, fetus and infant can get immunity from the probiotic contained within the body of pregnant women and breast milk (ASI).

"The colonization of bacteria in early life affect the baby later on his endurance," he said.

He also said that "probiotics may fight allergies, not only with mature intestinal tissue and balance the pro and anti-inflammatory cytokines but also reduces the capacity of antigen."

Erika further explained that nutrition during pregnancy affects the formation of the fetus and milk composition in turn is vital to the health of babies.

"Rich in content of bioactive milk, providing not only the passive protection, but also actively stimulate the development of the infant immune system," said Erika.

He added that babies born with normal birth and were exclusively breastfed will avoid the risk of allergies and even auto-immune diseases, obesity and insulin resistance.

(VEM / ant / bee)

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