Here in the U.S., peanut allergies more than tripled between 1997 and 2008. In Israel, though, peanut allergies are barely on the radar.
The 2016 Food Revolution Summit, hosted by John and Ocean Robbins, is a free online event featuring dozens of health and food experts.
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We talked last week about a child with a debilitating peanut allergy, and several commenters brought up the good point that we didn’t see food allergies like this when we were kids. What’s causing this increase in food allergies here in the U.S., and what can we do to prevent them? As it turns out, kids are not “wimps,” as one commenter put it. In fact, what’s changed isn’t the kids. It’s our food.
Some of the most common foods are also the most allergenic. Here, we’ll examine the most allergenic animal foods plus some plant-based alternatives.
Finally, it’s in my hands. I’ve been waiting for what feels like EONS for my copy of Food, Inc. (Edited by Karl Weber) to arrive. I first laid eyes on [ … ]