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European studies reported meat-based protein consumption in infants might raise the risk of Asthma by age 6

By Owner Dec 13, 2022

After switching from breast milk, Babies up to age one whose protein intake came largely from meat products — as opposed to dairy, fish, or egg proteins showed more than eight-fold greater odds of developing asthma by age 6. Wheezing was also significantly more familiar with this dietary pattern, which the European study called “unbalanced meat consumption” (UMC); this continued up to age 10 when the odds ratio stood at nearly 5.

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