We welcome this important and exciting study as a great step towards reducing the risk of developing food allergies and look forward to follow up studies that we hope will consolidate the results and lead to more accurate Government infant feeding advice for parents.
In the meantime it is important to continue to follow existing Government advice and discuss any questions or concerns you may have with your treating doctor, health visitor or allergy specialist.”
The key positive points of the study as we see it are:
When all of the participants originally recruited to the study (including those who did not adhere strictly to the study protocol) were included, the results were not significant. However,
For more information about the Eat study and all the teams involved visit the following link: http://www.eatstudy.co.uk/study-team/
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