20Born In The Winter: Increased Chance Of Developing Food Allergies
If you have a baby that is born during the winter months, or even during the late part of autumn, then there is a greater chance that they will develop food allergies than babies that are born during the warmer months. According to BabyCenter,
it is not known as to why this happens. However, it is believed that the exposure to sunlight during pregnancy as well as the extra vitamin D may possibly be a factor.
It is one of those things that researchers have found to be true, but the actual cause for this is still quite unknown. But at the same time, if you have a winter baby, don't panic that food allergies will be in the picture. The odds are just higher that it could happen, but it does not mean that is always the case.