by Dr. Randy
More and more studies are showing that exposure to bacteria during the first years of a baby’s life prevents allergies. Several new studies have examined the effect of lifestyle practices that involve more exposure to dirt, animals, and bacteria. Household practices such as sucking on your baby’s pacifier to clean it, washing dishes by hand, exposure to pets and farm animals, and eating fermented foods have all shown a beneficial effect in decreasing the incidence of allergies in children.
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