Allergies are increasing worldwide and it’s estimated that by 2050, one out of every two people will have an allergy. Most patients find there is no cure for their condition.

Allergy sufferers’ quality of life is negatively impacted by their condition, and children are most affected. The dramatic rise in infant immune diseases, most notably allergic reactions, indicates the specific vulnerability of the immune system to early environmental changes. Early nutrition interventions, based on the latest health science, can have a long-lasting effect on childhood allergies.

National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month highlights the need for greater awareness of allergies.

Here you can access information on all aspects of the subject, including proper timing of introductions of allergenic foods, cow’s milk protein allergy, food tolerance and more.