Study Shows that a Friendly Bacteria Supplement Can Reduce Allergies

Study Shows that a Friendly Bacteria Supplement Can Reduce Allergies

Doctors are finding that allergies are becoming increasingly common with the rising generations.  With so many allergies surfacing, a new study has sparked interest in probiotics as a possible remedy and preventative measure.

The study, conducted by Swansea University, shows that a healthy bacteria administered to infants can reduce the risk of the babies developing various allergies later in life.  Nearly 450 pairs of mothers and infants were given probiotics for 36 weeks during pregnancy and for the first six months of life.  Then, when the children were two years old, researchers began to evaluate them to determine the occurrence of allergies.  The results were encouraging.  Researchers found that the children who had taken the probiotic were 44% less likely to develop a common allergy and 57% less likely to have eczema.

Common Allergies:

  • Pollen
  • Cat Dander
  • Dust Mites
  • Cow’s Milk
  • Eggs

A probable cause for the increase in allergies over the last several years is that people have less exposure to friendly bacteria because we are living in increasingly sterile environments.  The probiotics can help to restore children’s exposure to friendly bacteria, thus reducing the occurrence of allergies.

Benefits of Probiotics for Combating Allergies

Probiotics are a safe, natural and effective way to reduce the risk of children developing allergies later in life.  Each year, people spend enormous amount of money in the attempt to treat allergies, but probiotics are significantly less expensive than many of the treatments available today and can actually prevent the problem from occurring in the first place.  It is encouraging that, with the increasing number of allergy sufferers, safe and effective measures can be taken very early on in life to spare future generations from some of the irritation and discomfort.

 

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  1. Where is Swansea University? Is there still testing going on? This will be great if we could get insurances to pay for the probiotics.

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