(Vicki Batts) Food allergies are on the rise, and many soon-to-be parents are wondering what, if anything, they can do to help reduce the risk of their child developing a life-threatening allergy. Scientists now believe breast milk may just be the answer. As a baby’s main source of nourishment, breast milk is already a top priority for new moms. New research shows that taking probiotics can drastically alter the composition of breast milk sugars, so much so that it can help prevent food allergies and infections.
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(Anna Hunt) Spore-based probiotics may be some of the best probiotics available, according Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt, Ph.D. and founder of the Sophia Health Institute. This lesser-known supplement, called sporebiotics for short, supports a healthy gut and immune system function, and can help the body fight off environmental stressors that cause chronic health issues.
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