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Infant microbiota: could the drawbacks of a C-section be reduced by breastfeeding?

Although C-sections affect the structure and composition of newborns’ gut microbiota, exclusive breastfeeding could partially restore it, according to a Chinese study published in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology.   C-section, infant formula and antibiotics are regularly associated w...

Are cow’s milk allergy and gut microbiota related?

Could we prevent and/or cure cow's milk protein allergy by restoring the microbiota of at-risk children? This hypothesis seems to be confirmed by studies published in the Nature Medicine journal.   Cow's milk protein allergy affects a lot of newborns fed with infant formula. It appears as...

Prematurity: breastfeeding may very well make the difference

Breastfeeding plays a major role in the development of newborns’ intestinal and oral microbiota. It is especially important in premature babies: starting breastfeeding as early as possible could promote the development of a protective ecosystem.   Breastfeeding is a practice recommended b...
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