Attempts to genetically modify soybeans to remove its allergenic proteins, which cause food allergies, continue.
When we talk about probiotics, the term Lactobacillus may seem to be familiar to most. However, they are only one of a large group of bacteria that offers numerous health benefits. Currently, scientists are exploring the effects of probiotics in preventing as well as treating allergies, including food allergies.
Food allergies are normal and sadly are in many cases entirely dangerous. The most widely recognized food allergies which make up an expected of 90 percent of every single allergic reactions are eggs, peanuts, milk, nuts, fish, soy and wheat.
Having allergies can be genetic, so for parents to be-soon and in the future, it is essential to know how not to pass on the allergy-gene trait to your child.
"Unfortunately, the term 'allergy' is sometimes used by the public or health care providers to describe any unpleasant experience patients have with eating food, including 'feeling bad' - Marc Ried
Probiotics Can Help Prevent Peanut Allergies: Studies from University of Chicago Proved Bacteria on Gut Can Cure Condition
Are you fond of eating peanuts or chocolates with almonds, pecans or walnuts? Did you recently grab your favorite chocolate bar and experienced tingling sensation and nausea? If you are one of those people experiencing these symptoms after consuming food with peanuts on it, then you may probably have peanut allergy.Based on a recent study conducted on mice by Cathryn Nagler, an immunologist at the University of Chicago, Probiotics can help Prevent Peanut Allergies. Researchers reveal that bacteria on the gut may be a solution for people suffering from the toxic food allergy.
Food allergies can be deadly, and they're not going away any time soon. In fact, food allergies seem to actually be increasing in children. That's not all, either; a new study has shown that the problem is doubling among black children.
Peanut allergies can be life threatening to some--especially in children. Now, though, scientists may have uncovered a way to beat this allergy. They've found that oral immunotherapy (OIT) for children's peanut allergy may be a safe and effective way to help combat the allergy.
NIAID is the lead Institute at the National Institutes of Health for research of food allergies. According to the institute's official website, they are committed to supporting efforts to help better understand, prevent, and manage this disorder.