Perinatal Nutrition Programs Neuroimmune Function Long-Term: Mechanisms And Implications

This review will address three mechanisms by which perinatal nutrition can program long term neuroimmune function.

Duration Of A Cow-Milk Exclusion Diet Worsens Parents’ Perception Of Quality Of Life In Children With Food Allergies

A disease-specific QoL questionnaire validated, and the impact of exclusion diets on the HRQoL in Italian children with food allergies assessed.

The Role Of Probiotics And Prebiotics In Inducing Gut Immunity

Reviewed latest scientific findings on mechanisms that pre and probiotics can influence gut immunity and how to translate into therapeutic strategies.

High Levels of Both n-3 and n-6 Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Cord Serum Phospholipids Predict Allergy Development

Study found a high proportion of LCPUFAs among cord serum phospholipids was associated with respiratory allergy and sensitization at 13 years of age.

Early Exposure to Peanuts can Lower Allergies

The early introduction of peanuts significantly decreases frequency of the development of peanut allergy among children at high risk for this allergy.
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