Early Exposure to Milk Protein from Cows Increases Allergy Resistance Later in Life, Study Finds
Drink whole, fresh, raw milk.
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ScienceDaily (July 14, 2010) — Many doctors suggest that whole cow’s milk be avoided in the early months of an infant’s feeding. Lactation specialists go even further, counseling “mother’s milk only” until baby starts eating solid food. But new research from Tel Aviv University says that mothers who feed their babies cow’s milk in the first 15 days of life may be protecting their children from dangerous allergies later on.