MODERN APPROACHES TO PROPYLACTIC FEEDING IN CHILDREN WITH HIGHT RISK OF ALLERGIC DESIASES

V.D. BARZYLOVYCH, T. V. POCHINOK, A.D. BARZYLOVYCH, M. U. GUDZIY

Abstract


Summary. The problem of allergic processes prevention by rational nutrition in infants remain unresolved, but highly relevant, because in this period the implementation of            major         genetically determined

mechanisms of allergic diseases happening. The general strategy of nutrition for children with allergic predisposition has two main directions: prevention of early meeting with allergen and food tolerance formation. Unfortunately, quite often the diet in patients with allergic predisposition limited to the strict mother and baby limitations in any food other than breast milk or adapted formulas up to 6-month age. That ensures implementation of the first principle, but completely eliminates the second. This study was aimed at demonstrating the preventive role of rational feeding infants with a genetic predisposition to allergies in the implementation of pathology. We investigated the frequency of manifestation allergic diseases (atopic dermatitis and asthma) in children who were bottle-fed and mixed (received a mixture with hypoallergenic marking of different degree of hydrolysis or adapted milk formula designed for basic use) and breastfeeding (with using or not rigid diet for mothers). Also we investigated the frequency of manifestation allergic diseases (atopic dermatitis and asthma) depending on the time of introduction of complementary first solid foods.


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