An allergy developed by child is directly proportional to what her/his mother consumed during pregnancy. The findings are based on survey, which studied the associations between maternal diet during the last 4 weeks of pregnancy and allergies in progeny at age 2 years. The information of 2641 kids was put into consideration. It postulated that 17.7% of children developed eczema, 9.3% were sensitized to food allergens, most commonly milk and eggs, and 4.8% were sensitized to inhaled allergens. The finding also revealed that consuming fish during pregnancy safeguarded infants against eczema. In spite of these noticeable associations, the scholars asserted, before any recommendations can be made, randomized clinical intervention trials should be performed to confirm the cause-effect relation observed in the present study. But I think, mother’s diet does affect in developing allergies or some kind of health complications in infants.