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Most Children’s Diets Lack Sufficient Immune-Boosting Foods

By William Sears, M.D.
Biothera Healthcare Scientific Advisory Board

Among the conclusions of a recent study from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) published online by the The Journal of Pediatrics, June 20, 2012, was that most kids under age 8 get the nutrients they need from the food they eat. In my many years as a practicing pediatrician I must disagree, particularly when it comes to immune support.

The human immune system develops over time as the body develops exposure to and memory of germs, so it needs a little help to work effectively in young children. The need for immune support is underscored given today’s unprecedented incidence of allergies and arthritis and other inflammatory diseases that are starting at younger and younger ages. Case in point: the incidence of asthma alone has doubled among children in the past 10 years.

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One thought on “Most Children’s Diets Lack Sufficient Immune-Boosting Foods

  1. I think you are right I go to Nigeria and Ghana 3-4 times a year providing medical treatment for children and adults. Most of the people have a weak immune system because of the lack of nutrients in the food. We taking the Transfer Factor products from 4Life to the villages, to increase their immune system. here is the site:

    Posted by ilifewow | July 24, 2012, 10:10 pm

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