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Julieanne
02-25-15, 04:43 AM
Keeping infants away from such foods could be partly to blame for the allergy epidemic.

Jason Best
February 24 2015

Whack! That’s the sound of whiplash for millions of pediatricians across the country as they dramatically rethink everything they’ve been telling anxious parent for years about peanut allergies. Total avoidance of peanuts, it seems, might not have been the best approach to take.

New research published Monday in The New England Journal of Medicine (http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1414850) finds that babies between four and 11 months old who were regularly fed food containing peanuts were significantly less likely to develop peanut allergies later on. W

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Maurya
02-25-15, 10:04 AM
Or perhaps it just might be the peanut oil carriers in the 70 or more jabs administered to each US kid. Somewhere in this forum (sorry to be so lazy) is reference to the documentation from Israeli vaccinations, which use sesame oil as a carrier. Voila! Israeli children with prevalent sesame "allergies"!

Islander
02-25-15, 11:46 AM
Yes, there is at least one item addressing this in the Vaccine form, and I've repeated it in various threads throughout the years. I heard it announced on public radio last night and am very tempted to shoot in a letter to the station, time permitting.