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The increase of allergy is a global health concern

How the development of a healthy immune system can positively impact lifelong health

There are increasing environmental challenges that are disrupting the balance of infant gut microbiota. The prevalence of allergic diseases, such as food allergy, atopic eczema, allergic rhinitis and asthma, are rising dramatically worldwide in both developed and developing countries, affecting 30–40% of the population.1

The global rise of food allergy is particularly problematic in infants, who are bearing the greatest burden of this rising trend.2

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Dr Adam Fox: Effective ways to positively influence the gut microbiota

Learn more about the role of Synbiotics in the management of Cow's Milke Allergy with this short animation

How close are we to revolutionising the prevention and dietary management of food allergy?

This educational webinar includes: The Introduction to the Global Task Force for Allergy Evolution, an overview of the Expert Opinion Paper, the Expert Opinion Paper Discussion and the Q&A session. Run time: 60mins

  1.  Pawankar R, et al. World Allergy Organisation (WOA): White book on allergy. Wisconsin: World Allergy Organization, 2011.
  2.  Vandenplas, Y, et al. Treatment of Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy. Pediatr Gastroenterol Hepatol Nutr, 2014. 17(1): p. 1–5.

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