A Cure for Food Allergies

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For some, simply inhaling an airborne peanut particle can send them to the emergency room with a minor to life-threatening anaphylactic reaction. This is the reality for many people with food allergies, but new science suggests these hypersensitivities could be obsolete within a decade. The Agenda welcomes Adelle Atkinson, clinical immunologist at The Hospital for Sick Children, to decipher the science of food allergies, prevention and a possible cure.


Bridgit McKee says:

I'll answer his question – glyphosate. Our soil, water and air is so toxic with it, we don't stand a chance. Even on organic food's. Not putting back the important nutrient's into the soil. Removing iodine from bread and adding more bromelain, which depletes any iodine you may have in your body. All the hormones pumped into the live stock. These thing's causing leaky gut and then causing more serious issue's in your body. I'm allergic to banana's, avocado, tree nuts, peanuts, shrimp, coconut, beans, broccoli, peas, sesame, oats, barely, strawberries, melon, tomato, mustard, onion, garlic, rice and I'm sure I'm forgetting something, because I have so many. I'm now working on healing my gut, because I deal with chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and Hashimoto's. Working on getting iodine back into my body and eating as clean as I can. Our food system need a DRAMATIC overhaul! I'll add the MTHFR gene mutation and all the folic acid in processed foods. Half of the population has this mutation and cannot tolerate folic acid.

TheFlyrodder68 says:

We simply need to stop eating over processed food. We also need to stop modifying our food animal with chemicals. Stay organic and eat less processed food as much as possible. Unfortunately we are now eating mostly synthetic food, from fast food to restaurant food. It has become very expensive to eat healthy unprocessed food. In essence we are slowly but surely making ourselves sick.

Katie Keith says:

i am allergic to peanuts,milk,eggs,green grapes,soy,beans,and so on

Christopher Wilkman says:

My wife's allergic to citrus. And now also: Apples, pears, pineapple, grapes, elderflower and kiwi.
Most foods contain these things. So our safest bet, is to make everything from scratch and only use clean ingredients.

Emily Roberts says:

Food cannot become contaminated

Jonathan Brown says:

The never ending need to visit and pay physicians who haven't a clue how to 'cure' allergies.

The Acomplishment says:

This looks like is scripted.

RedH0Tmama says:

My 12 year old daughter has been through the "Peanut Study" at McMaster University led by Dr. Wasserman. She now eats two peanuts a day to keep her tolerance up so if she accidentally ingests a small amount of peanut, she won't have a reaction. It has changed my daughter's life as well as the rest of the family. Much less anxiety now.

Seán Tripp says:

I don't think I heard her talk about genetically modified foods once.

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