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January 11, 2021 Monday 12:17:21 PM IST

Meat Contents Cause Wheezing in Children

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Certain substances such as advanced glycation endproducts (AGE), pro-inflammatory compounds found in non-fish meat was found to increase wheezing in Children, according to a study by Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Researchers found that dietary habits established earlier in life may be associated with wheezing and potentially the future development of asthma. The findings were based on a survey of 4,388 children between 2 and 17 years old in the USA. Higher AGE intake was significantly associated with increased odds of wheezing. importantly including wheezing that disrupted sleep and exercise and that required prescription medication. Similarly, a higher intake of non-seafood meats was associated with wheeze-disrupted sleep and wheezing that required prescription medication.

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