Study ties food allergies to low vitamin D levels in babies

03/22/2012 | Family Practice News

Twenty-five percent of 165 1-year-olds with a food allergy had insufficient levels of vitamin D, compared with 11% of 104 control babies, Australian researchers reported at an American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology meeting. They also identified six babies who were vitamin D deficient, one in the control group and five in the food-allergy group.

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