A more diversified diet during the first year of life was connected with a lower risk of allergy illnesses at 1-2 years of age, according to a recent study. Introducing a greater variety of foods to babies between the ages of 6 and 12 months may be a useful strategy for improving allergy results later in life. This study was conducted by Chunrong Zhong and the team and the findings were published in Pediatric Allergy and Immunology.
The data on the association between early-life food variety and allergy outcomes was limited and inconsistent. As a result, researchers tried to examine the relationship between dietary diversity in the first year of life and allergy outcomes in the second year.
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