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Academy of Pediatrics United States presented a report indicating that allergic children can tolerate milk if their mothers breast eliminated certain foods from the diet.
In a study published in the journal Pediatrics, doctors reported that mothers of infants who react adversely to milk should refrain from eating eggs, fish, peanuts, walnuts, almonds and milk. However, they cautioned that this would add supplements to prevent deficiencies of minerals and vitamins.
Also, doctors suggest that pregnant women are most likely to give birth to children with allergies need not worry about modifying your diet before birth. In this case, the only possible exception is the peanut.
Studies show that breast milk contains nutrients that reduce the risks of respiratory diseases and prevent other health problems.
Therefore, the group recommended that mothers breastfeed their babies during the first six months, an estimated three percent of babies are allergic to a protein found in breast milk and cow’s milk .