A systematic review of published studies involving more than 1400 infants suggests that adding a prebiotic to a baby’s milk formula or breast milk may help prevent eczema up to age two. Australian researchers David A. Osborn, PhD, and John KH Sinn, of the University of Sydney searched for published studies, conference reports, and clinical trial registries and found four which reported on allergy outcomes in babies aged 4-24 months. The meta-analysis was published recently in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Many young children (34%) develop asthma, atopic eczema (20%), and food allergies (8%). Their analysis of data showed […]Continue reading Milk Plus Prebiotics Prevent Eczema in Babies
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