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Ann Nutr Metab (2019) 73 (Suppl. 4): 8–16.
Published Online: 19 February 2019
...Christophe Dupont Non-IgE-mediated, also labeled cell-mediated, allergic reactions to foods are more common than usually thought and probably account for approximately more than 40% of cases of cow’s milk allergy during infancy and young childhood. Food allergy is now described in the form...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2017) 70 (Suppl. 2): 38–45.
Published Online: 19 May 2017
...Michael D. Cabana Asthma, eczema, food allergy, and allergic rhinitis are some of the most common pediatric, chronic conditions in the world. Breastfeeding is the optimal way to feed all infants. For those infants who are exposed to infant formula, some studies suggest that certain partially...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2017) 70 (Suppl. 2): 47–54.
Published Online: 19 May 2017
...Christina West While earlier food allergy prevention strategies implemented avoidance of allergenic foods in infancy, the current paradigm is shifting from avoidance to controlled exposure. This review focuses on the outcome of recent randomized controlled trials, which have examined the early...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2017) 70 (Suppl. 2): 7–24.
Published Online: 19 May 2017
...Anna Nowak-Węgrzyn; Pantipa Chatchatee Food allergy results from failure in oral tolerance that usually occurs in infancy or early childhood. Exposure to peanut and hen's egg via the inflamed and disrupted epithelial barrier in children with severe atopic dermatitis is a risk factor...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2016) 68 (Suppl. 1): 18–31.
Published Online: 30 June 2016
...Elizabeth Feuille; Anna Nowak-Węgrzyn Oral immunotherapy (OIT) is a promising investigational therapy for food allergy. Clinical trials in peanut, milk, egg, and wheat allergy provide evidence that OIT can effectively desensitize a majority of individuals to a food allergen. While a portion...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2011) 59 (Suppl. 1): 20–26.
Published Online: 21 December 2011
..., and food allergy associated with infant feeding. The summary is based largely on systematic reviews and meta-analyses carried out by other authors. In addition, I also incorporate the evidence from our long-term follow-up of Belarusian children participating in a cluster-randomized trial of a breastfeeding...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2011) 59 (Suppl. 1): 8–18.
Published Online: 21 December 2011
...Christophe Dupont Approximately 5% of young children and 3–4% of adults exhibit adverse immune responses to foods in westernized countries, with a tendency to increase. The pathophysiology of food allergy (FA) relies on immune reactions triggered by epitopes, i.e. small amino-acid sequences able...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2011) 59 (Suppl. 1): 28–42.
Published Online: 20 December 2011
...Susan Prescott; Anna Nowak-Węgrzyn The need for allergy prevention strategies has never been greater. Surging rates of food allergy and eczema are now adding to the already substantial burden of asthma and respiratory allergic diseases. The parallel rise in many other immune diseases suggests...
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Ann Nutr Metab (2000) 44 (5-6): 183–186.
Published Online: 27 December 2000
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Food allergy Atopy Prevention Hydrolysed formulae Review Ann Nutr Metab 2000;44:183 186 Received: February 16, 2000 Accepted: May 24, 2000 Prevention of Food Allergy...