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Eating nuts during pregnancy reduces the risk of allergies in children

Eating nuts during pregnancy reduces the risk of allergies in children

Eating nuts during pregnancy reduces the risk of allergies in children

It was found that for seven years in children whose mothers drank during pregnancy nuts, one-third less likely to collide with asthma of allergic origin. In an article on a study case of hazelnuts (filberts).

Eating nuts during pregnancy reduces the risk of childhood allergies, says MedikForum. Such an outcome study showed a group of scientists from the Danish Institute of Statens Serum Institute under the direction of Katherine Maslova.

It was found that for seven years in children whose mothers drank during pregnancy nuts, one-third less likely to collide with asthma of allergic origin. In an article on a study case of hazelnuts (filberts). For many years it was believed that pregnant women should refrain from any nuts, as they just increase the risk of developing allergies in the unborn child.

But a few years ago, this recommendation was reviewed. And many doctors have lifted the ban on nuts during pregnancy, breastfeeding, or the first years of life. Now scientists have proved that nuts, however, reduce the risk of childhood allergies. "We found that if the expectant mother uses tree nuts more than once a week, it has a protective effect on the emerging body of the future baby – says Ekaterina Maslova." Our findings do not support the earlier prevailing view that the rejection of the nuts during pregnancy reduces the risk of childhood allergies, "concludes study leader.