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Development of Food Intolerance in Atopic and Non-Atopic Families - Influence of Maternal Nutrition and Infant Feeding Practice in Pre-term Infants


This research projects aim to look at how such factors as feeding practices, a child's sex and social conditions influence the development of food intolerances in babies that were born prematurely.

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This project looked at a group of 257 infants born prematurely, some of whom came from families with a tendency to develop allergies and some who didn't.

<p>It compared the two to investigate whether particular factors influenced the development of food intolerances.

<p>Find more about this project and other FSA food safety-related projects at the <a href="; target="_blank">Food Standards Agency Research webpage</a>.

University of Surrey
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