The anthropospective lifestyle seems to be protected against allergies. Children who grow up in anthroposocial settings are less likely to suffer from allergies than other children. But what is there in this habitat that protects children?
Recent research shows that there is no support for vaccines to increase the risk of allergies. It was previously presented as the reason for not being vaccinated in the discussion.
Johan Alm, the chief physician at the Sachsska Children and Youth Hospital in Stockholm, compared families to children living in an anthroposocial lifestyle with children who were more traditional.
We have never seen a connection, which means that some parents may be slightly alleviated by concerns that their children will be sick or allergic to vaccines,, says Johan Alm.
In the present study, Johan Alm and his colleagues followed three groups of children from birth to five years of age. In the south of Södertälje, a total of 466 children from Järna were accepted, 99 of them were considered to be completely anthropological, while the 100th was thought to live in this philosophy and partly in part.
During the follow-up period, the parents answered questions about life style and others while being tested in various situations. Among other things, the blood samples tested for the presence of allergies were tested.
We found that the incidence of allergy in partially anthropological children was lower than in other children. In addition, we found a link between vaccination and allergy incidence in blood samples, but these children were expected to be less allergic. However, when we took into account different risk factors, such as the family's lifestyle, this relationship disappeared. That is why our comment is that it does not support childhood vaccines that cause allergies, um says Johan Alm.
Exactly, what is happening in anthroposocial life that gives less allergic children, the researchers do not know.
Nutrition can be as diverse as environmental factors, says Johan Alm.
The study also showed that 58 out of anthroposocial children were not fully vaccinated after the age of five.
Because of the reluctance of the anthropocysts to vaccinate, the community outside of Järna has been exposed to epidemics of both red dogs and measles throughout the years.
The current work was published in the Lancet magazine Eclinical Medicine.
Correction: In an earlier version, there were uncertainties about the context in which vaccine and allergy claims were presented. Task has been removed.