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Video: Scientists Have Shown The Need For Fish Dishes In The Diet Of Babies
Scientists have shown the need for fish dishes in the diet of babies
Norwegian researchers concluded that weekly consumption of fish or fish oil by one year old children has a preventive effect against eczema, asthma and shortness of breath.
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The diet of children, from one year of age, should include fish or fish oil. Eating fish at an early age significantly reduces the incidence of eczema, shortness of breath and asthma at the age of six, researchers from St. Olaf's Hospital and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology have found. The results are published in Nutrients.
“We compared children under the age of two who ate fish at least once a week with children who ate less fish,” said study's first author, Torbjørn Øien.
The researchers analyzed data from the pediatric survey, Prevention of Allergy in Children in Trondheim, which began in 2000. More than 4,000 families have studied the relationship between the consumption of fish by a mother or child and the development of eczema, asthma and hay fever in a child.
These diseases have risen sharply in Norway since the 1950s due to various lifestyle changes, including a decrease in fish consumption by the general population.
Scientists have noted that young children do not need to eat a lot of fish, just once a week is enough. There was a 28 to 40% reduction in the incidence of eczema, shortness of breath and asthma (depending on the disease).
“It seems like eating all types of fish, not just oily fish, is beneficial to health,” said senior study author Melanie Rae Simpson.
The research team also took into account and took into account when analyzing the information, factors of socio-economic status that may have an impact. It is possible that children from certain social groups (for example, those whose parents have higher education or high incomes) have health benefits, regardless of many factors. These children may simply have more fish in their diets, and the health benefits may be related not only to fish consumption, but also to a number of other significant health factors.
“Based on previous meta-analysis of several studies, we found that fish consumption in children of one year of age appears to reduce the risk of eczema, asthma and shortness of breath at age six. This is more important than the consumption of fish and cod liver oil by a mother during pregnancy and breastfeeding, or consumption by a child aged two years and older, which do not appear to have the same protective effect,”concluded Torbjorn Oyen.
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