[VIDEO] Can babies be born with food sensitivities?

Jun 14, 2019

Having a child is one of the greatest miracles of life. And because of that, mothers do everything they can to make sure their baby enters this world in the best possible health.

But if the mother has food sensitivities they often wonder… “can babies be born with food sensitivities?”

In this video, Tom O’Bryan answers that very important question.

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To your health,

The Healing Miracle Team

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  1. Geri

    I find this very interesting and always enjoy listening to Dr Tom.
    So, what causes a child to have sensitivities to foods when the mother and father do not? Then what is the cause?
    So many young today are highly allergic to nuts and eggs. What is causing this????


  2. Alan Balfour PhD

    Hi – subtitles – IgG is the “standard” abbreviation to use, rather than igg which the subtitles threw up on this clip. That said interesting snippet that adds to the bigger picture. Glad I did a master’s in immunology!

    • THM Team

      Thank you for catching that we will report it to our production team.


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