To be able to protect yourself from the occurrence of Asthma, try to avoid certain foods and dusty areas from an early age and you may prevent this bad disease.
British researchers have found that avoiding certain foods and dusty environments during the first months of life may help prevent asthma. 120 children were observed since 1990 who had one or two family members suffering from allergic diseases, because it was thought that they had the potential to develop allergies during their growth.
58 infants aged one year and their mothers that were included in the prevention group, followed a diet plan by avoiding consumption of dairy products, soy and nuts.
For the infants were used vinyl mats in order to reduce the spreading of dust.
By contrast, the mothers of the other 62 babies were not subject to these changes with diet and bedding.
The results from this 18 year follow-up of children were presented at the Congress of the European Academy of Allergy and Immunology.
Scientists found that in children aged one, two, four and eight years, was a significant reduction of atopy (a genetic tendency to develop allergic diseases).
At those in age of 18 however, there was a significant reduction in asthma (the group that was exposed to preventive treatments).
The overall research demonstrates the complexity of asthma and the importance of the interaction between genetic and environmental factors, especially in the early years of life.
Atopy remains the most important risk factor for asthma.
Despite intensive efforts to develop new treatments, the asthma is still an incurable disease.
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