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The End of Food Allergy: The First Program to Prevent and Reverse a 21st Century Epidemic

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A life-changing, research-based program that will end food allergies in children and adults forever.

The problem of food allergy is exploding around us. But this book offers the first glimpse of hope with a powerful message: You can work with your family and your doctor to eliminate your food allergy forever.

The trailblazing research of Dr. Kari Nadeau at Stanford Unive
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Hardcover, 352 pages
Published April 28th 2020 by Avery Publishing Group
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Ryan Kapsar
Oct 07, 2020 rated it really liked it
I bought this book, because I'm going through a LOT of food allergies right now. Even though we're in COVID, I'm stuck in the house more than just about anyone else. I have allergic reactions to the pollen outside to the point that my throat feels like it's closing up. On top of that, I keep rolling back my food uncovering new things that I'm struggling with. Testing can be a challenge and it's kind of impossible to test for everything. Just the other day, I figured out that I couldn't have past ...more
Scott
Oct 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Super informative book that is a medical history, how-to guide, and a survey of medical advancements all in one. I can't say I've read a lot of books about food allergies, but of the ones that I am aware of, this is probably the most informative one. Nadeau and Barnett write in an honest and straightforward manner, as researchers but also as parents. It's written primarily to parents of young children with food allergies, but I still found it very enjoyable to read. They present a lot of fascina ...more
Julie
Nov 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This was a good book, and I am impressed with how they are working with peanut and other allergies to make it possible to not have deadly reactions from accidental exposures. Fear of feeding a child with allergies must be terrifying.

I was surprised that there was no mention of peanut proteins in vaccines being a possible cause for the rapid increase in peanut allergies in the western countries. I am wondering if vaccines did not have a peanut protein in them if there would be the large number of
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