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How to significantly reduce your child’s risk of asthma, eczema and allergies


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by Michelle Henning
31st Mar 2021

Read time: 9 mins

How to reduce your child’s risk of asthma, eczema and allergies

50% all babies born today will develop allergies, and up to a third will become asthmatic or suffer from eczema. So how can you reduce your baby’s risk of developing these conditions?

Michelle Henning is a Certified Nutrition & Health Coach and a writer. Her book “Grow Healthy Babies: The Evidence-Based Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy” is available to buy on Amazon and in most good book shops.  When my husband Victor and I were planning to start a family, our doctor told us that our children would have a 75% chance of developing asthma, eczema, or allergies. The reason was that, between the two of us,...

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