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Pregnancy & Delayed Allergies

1/20/16:  Peanuts During Pregnancy Have No Impact

The mother eating peanuts during pregnancy or while breastfeeding appears to have no impact on children developing (or not developing) food allergies according to a study that came out the prior month. [1]

1/26/16:  Delayed Allergies Are Getting More Notice

Immediate and delayed allergies (IgE and IgG) have produced some debate over the years, but now the IgG (delayed) are gaining more importance especially for milk allergy manifesting in eczema and mucus membrane related issues (sinuses).  [2]

[1]  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4675539/

[2]  https://blogs.biomedcentral.com/on-medicine/2016/01/26/prevalence-risk-factors-allergic-reactions-food/

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