Findings in a recent study have proposed that pregnant women by taking soup reduce their infant's chances of developing asthma.
The study carried out by a team of researchers from the University of Aberdeen aimed at proposing major differences brought about to the diet of a pregnant woman, which ultimately has a significant effect on the health of a baby.
Prof. Graham Devereaux from the university asserted that they have already presented research findings, which demonstrate that a woman taking a diet low in vitamin is risking her child, as by the time they reach the age of five, they might suffer from asthma.
He stated that the study will be involving pregnant women, who will be provided with foods rich in vitamin E, to administer whether it will enhance the lung function and lower the risk of asthma. Women will not be given supplements, but specially prepared soups, rich in vitamin E, by Scotland's Baxters food group.
Women will be asked to take soup three times in a week. However, the group will be divided in two: one will take raised levels of the vitamin and the other with no added vitamin. Researchers will then see whether the change will have a significant impact or not.
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