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12/16/2020
...triggers because eczema flares can be delayed, and inflamed tissues take time to heal. Most medical guidelines recommend that either eHF or AAF be used for infants with cow milk allergy and eczema.11,21 Some suggest an amino acid-based formula like Neocate for infants with severe eczema when fed breast milk.3,7 However, until there’s better research, an eHF should be tried first for severe eczema.9 But as covered above, an AAF like Neocate should be considered...
12/20/2012
...over 36 states. Stinkbugs tend to migrate into warm homes in cold weather. New Research Research was published recently: “The brown marmorated stinkbug as a new aeroallergen” in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. It looked into whether or not people in a study group have allergic reactions to stinkbugs. The research team investigated this because of increasing suspicion of allergies to stinkbugs in the home, such as rhinitis and conjunctivitis. The authors tested...
03/09/2015
...We like to share important research that we learn about related to food allergies. Here’s a study we heard about recently through Kids with Food Allergies (KFA) related to the use of epinephrine in cases of food-induced anaphylaxis. You can read KFA’s original post here. You can actually read the full article (for free!) on the website for the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice. For those of you who don’t want...
04/10/2008
...Despite a lot of research, the exact cause of food allergies and the reason the number of kids affected is on the rise, is still something of a mystery. One very common question on the subject is “Are food allergies genetic?” While no one has identified a “food allergy gene,” research does show that if Mom, Dad or both parents have a history of any type of food allergy it translates into a...
10/17/2013
...the chance for developing allergies and allergic diseases, more recent evidence suggests it has no effect or might actually help prevent it. In today’s post, we’ll highlight some of the recent research on the topic. A 2011 study found that children who lived in homes with cats during their first year of life had a reduced risk for being allergic to cats in adulthood[1]. A large 2012 study found that being around pets (cats, dogs,...
05/26/2011
...UPDATE: To read a more recent blog post on this topic, please read The Gut Microbiota and Its Link with Food Allergies. Also check out this post that explains the difference between probiotics and prebiotics. In recent years, there has been a lot of attention on gut flora, the good bacteria that live in your digestive system and play a role in proper digestion, nutrient absorption, immune function and bowel health. Research has shown...
10/24/2017
...reaction. Talk with your child and help them understand the dangers of taking just a small taste of the food he/she might be allergic to. If prescribed, always have Epinephrine on hand in case of a severe reaction to one of the food allergens. Advocate for a safe Halloween with food allergies The biggest movement to date to help raise awareness for food allergies and drive inclusion for all is Food Allergy Research & Education’s...
Solid Foods and Picky Eating?
10/20/2017
...he is, they can provide specific guidance on when to start peanut foods. Would you change the age that you introduce solids based on what we’ve shared? – Rob McCandlish, RDN About the author: Rob McCandlish is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) who joined the Nutricia team in 2010. Rob has years of experience at Nutricia following food allergy research, working with Neocate products, talking with Neocate families and learning about the science behind Neocate...
   
 
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