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The Peanut Problem: Potential New Therapies for Food Allergies May Be Released in 2019

If your child suffer from food allergies, you are not alone. The prevalence of the “peanut table” in school cafeterias is not a new phenomenon simply because we are suddenly more sensitive to the problem—it’s a result of allergies becoming a problem more than ever before. According to one study, peanut allergies have risen more than threefold in the past 13 years. And a Fair Health study showed that allergy-related doctor and ER visits because of severe food reactions increased from 4.6% in 2007 to 22.1 percent in 2016. Food allergies are on the rise worldwide.

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When Should I Be Giving My Baby Peanut-Containing Foods?

Dr. Patel Sheds Light To This New Peanut Study

Peanuts are loved and enjoyed by millions of people all over the world. As a matter of fact, peanuts are the preferred snack at most major ballparks. Not only are they delicious but nutritious as well. Peanuts are rich in unsaturated fat, a good fat considered very heart healthy and are an excellent source of vitamin E, niacin, protein, manganese, and folate. Continue reading When Should I Be Giving My Baby Peanut-Containing Foods?

When Should I Be Giving My Baby Peanut-Containing Foods?

Peanuts are loved and enjoyed by millions of people all over the world. As a matter of fact, peanuts are the preferred snack at most major ballparks. Not only are they delicious but nutritious as well. Peanuts are rich in unsaturated fat, a good fat considered very heart healthy and are an excellent source of vitamin E, niacin, protein, manganese, and folate. Continue reading When Should I Be Giving My Baby Peanut-Containing Foods?