Possible Cure for Peanut Allergy Sufferers?

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A new British Study has uncovered promising new treatment methods for peanut allergy sufferers that may prove to cure them from their peanut allergies. Afterall, they deserve a nice PB & J sandwich, Reeses Peanut Butter Cup, or some nuts with their beer too!

The Telegraph.co.uk recently reported that British researchers have uncovered a successful new preventative treatment for peanut allergy sufferers. The treatment consists of giving the patient small doses of peanut flour each day over a period of time. The results have been that some patients have been able to consume up to 10 peanuts with no allergic reaction at all. The results are quite promising, but more research needs to be done before this treatment option goes mainstream.

Peanut allergies is a very serious health concern that can be deadly in some cases. There are a number deaths worldwide each year that are caused from an allergic reaction to various foods, and the allergy affects as many as 1 in 50 people. An allergic reaction to peanuts, or any other food for that matter, may cause the afflicted to enter into anaphylactic shock, which is a serious state of shock that can lead to death.

One Response to Possible Cure for Peanut Allergy Sufferers?
  1. Hydroxatone

    I don’t usually post a reply but this is good work keep it up…

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