Allergies

The dramatic rise in infant immune diseases, most notably allergy, indicates the specific vulnerability of the immune system to early environmental changes. Early nutrition interventions can have a long lasting effect on childhood allergies. Here you can access information on all aspects of the subject including, proper timing of introduction of allergenic foods, cow’s milk protein allergy, food tolerance and more.

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In focus: peanut allergy

New allergy triggers, such as peanuts are becoming relevant. Recent research confirms that early tolerance formation can significantly reduce the risk of peanut contact. On the other hand, studies show that supplementation with human milk

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HMOs and Allergy

HMOs in Allergies: Current Understanding

Human milk oligosaccharides or HMOs support the development of a healthy immunity shown by a growing body of evidence. Interestingly, the underlying mechanisms seem also to play a role in allergy. This is further supported by new evidence that points

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Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy - Diagnosis & Management

Cow's milk protein allergy or CMPA is one of the most common food allergies in infants. CMPA is also a real challenge for clinicians to rapidly diagnose those truly affected and to identify those who will benefit from the management of cow's milk

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