Early encounter to bacteria prevents kids from allergy risk in later life

Allergy risk

Infants who encounter a wide range of bacteria are at less risk of increasing allergic disease later in life, according to a new study from the University of Copenhagen the figure over sensitivity diseases, or allergies, has been on the raise in recent decades.

Now researchers at the Dansk BorneAstma Center University of Copenhagen, are at last able to partly explain the reasons,“In our study of over 400 children we experiential a direct link between the number of different bacteria in their rectums and the risk of increase of allergic disease later in life,” said Professor Hans Bisgaard, advisor at Gentofte Hospital, head of the Copenhagen Prospective Studies on Asthma in Childhood.

“Reduced diversity of the intestinal microbiota through infancy was associated with increased risk of allergic disease at school age, he continues but if there was significant diversity, the risk was reduced, and the better the variation, the lower the risk.

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