The hygiene hypothesis says that allergies are linked to being too clean. Is this really true? Here’s a look at some of the scientific evidence for allergies and hygiene.
Researchers have confirmed that breastfeeding increases the likelihood of baby getting important oral probiotics that help fight off gum disease, dental decay and even ear infections,
Researchers have determined that a mother’s drinking pasteurized, homogenized cow’s milk during breastfeeding significantly increases the chances of the infant becoming allergic.
Research finds that donkey milk is a great alternative for children who are allergic to cow’s milk and other food allergies.
Research is confirming that breastfeeding reduces a child’s risk of obesity later on in life. Breastfeeding is healthier for the baby in other ways.