Dietary Interventions for Allergy Prevention

Speakers:
Professor Sibylle Koletzko

Summary

Recently published data from the 20-year follow-up of the GINI study showed that in formula-fed infants (exclusively or mixed feeding) at risk of allergies, feeding an extensively hydrolyzed casein (eHF-C) and a partially hydrolyzed whey (pHF-W) formula during the first 4 months of life reduced the risk of eczema and asthma up to young adulthood.

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