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Class #272 – Allergies and the Microbiome

By : | 1 Comment October 6, 2020 | Category : Microbiome, Premium Classes

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  1. posted by elissa ward on December 3, 2020

    I just want you to know that this is exactly why I joined. I know I have inflammation, in the case of eczema and environmental allergies along with some food sensitivities.

    However, my daughter has a peanut allergy. I thought you might be interested in this info and our experience. On a scale from 1-4, 4 being the worst, my daughter was diagnosed with 4+ for peanut allergies. She has an anaphylactic reaction if she has a peanut exposure. As if last January, 2020, she has been in an immunological study to lessen the possibility of death, if exposed to peanuts. She started with micro amounts, doubling up every two weeks or so, to the point now where she can eat an entire peanut. In fact, she has to have a peanut a day in order to keep the immune response minimized. As long as she has her daily “prescription,” she is protected from the dreaded anaphylactic reaction. Eventually, she will be able to eat 21 peanuts.

    I just thought may be interested in finding out more since you study the scientific research.

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