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Did you know that sesame is an ingredient in all kinds of processed food products?
It’s also one of the leading causes of dangerous food allergy reactions.
In 2023 the federal government will designate sesame as the ninth food allergen.
When we think of allergies, we tend to cast our minds toward a few usual suspects: Pollen causing hay fever symptoms, animal fur making your eyes water, and potentially dangerous bee stings. But food allergies are also widespread, and amongst the more well-known food allergy triggers like nuts, wheat, and milk, there are a few allergens that are on the rise.
Elimination diets are used to help identify and treat food intolerances and sensitivities. They are also used in identifying food allergies. In this Forbes article, you will gain an understanding of what temporary food elimination diets are and how they help manage food sensitivities and allergies.
Aug. 12, 2022 If you believe you’re living with a food sensitivity, food intolerance, or a food allergy, you’re not alone—about 10.8% of U.S. adults have a food allergy, and food intolerances are estimated to affect up to 20% of the general population.
Whether you’re sad the summer is coming to an end or dancing in the street now that the kids are headed back to school, there’s still the matter of what to pack for lunch and snack time if they have food allergies or attend allergen-restricted schools or classrooms.
That’s where we come in. For more than a decade, our allergy-friendly food guides have been used by thousands of schools and tens of thousands of families nationwide to help keep allergens out of the classroom and the home.
Every parent is concerned about what and when to feed their babies allergenic foods. The recommendations often change as new research is published, causing confusion. That said, new research in Australia and the US show that revised allergen feeding guidelines support the early introduction of such foods and have been found to reduce the yearly rate of increase in hospital admissions for anaphylaxis.
Read more about this promising research and how, with your doctor, you can apply it.
The rapidly accelerating rise in Australian children being admitted to hospitals for severe allergic reactions during the 2000s slowed as changes in feeding guidelines regarding the introduction of allergenic foods have evolved. Those changes mirrored the changes in feeding guidelines in the US.