Eggs are always learnt as a good source of nutrients both for children as well as adults. But Associate Professor Mr. Debbie Palmer of the School of Paediatrics and Child Health at the University of Western Australia has recently highlighted in his statement that egg allergy is the most common food allergy that is found in children today. Shocked?
There is nothing much to worry about as the professor next clears that the egg allergies are generally short lived so they often disappear by school age.
Concerning the rise of the food allergies in children, researchers have already started their studies and experiments to get a solution soon to tackle the rising figures.
One of the strongest contenders for allergy protection as per advice by researchers is: Babies must be introduced to all the food types at the earliest possible time to avoid all the risks of allergies that usually start showing if a baby is introduced to a food later. Some of the common childhood food allergy items are eggs, cow's milk, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, fish and shellfish.
Like for eggs, the 2003 guidelines from Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council says yolk should be introduced to a baby at eight months whereas it is good if egg white is introduced to him at 12 months.
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