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A meta-analysis of 25 interventional studies showed that infants who receive probiotics either prenatally or postnatally had significantly reduced atopic sensation and related ailments such as eczema. However, the researchers found that other allergic disorders like asthma and wheezing were not affected.

The study, published in Pediatrics in August 2013, was included only double-blind, randomized, controlled trials published between 2001 and 2012 that measured outcomes on children who didn’t have atopic diseases when they were given probiotics. Probiotic supplementation was either prenatal or in the child’s first year of life. Strains included Lactobacillus, Bifidobacteria and probiotic mixtures.


A pair of studies published in November 2013 shows that moderate blueberry consumption may improve vascular function in healthy people.

Two randomized, controlled, double-blind, crossover trials published in the  American Journal of Clinical Nutrition  in November 2013 investigated the impact of blueberry flavonoid intake on endothelial function in 21 healthy men.

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