Legumes, eggs, and milk

Legumes, eggs, and milk ISSN 0105.4538 Legumes, eggs, and milk Sampson HA. Legumes, eggs, and milk. Allergy 1998: 53 (Suppl46): 3843. 0 Munksgaard 1998. H. A. Sampson Department of Pediatrics, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, N e w York, NY, USA Hugh A. Sampson, MO Department of Pediatrics; Box 1198 Mount Sinai School of Medicine One Gustave L. Levy Place N e w York, N Y 10029-6547 USA Approximately 6% of the pediatric population less than 3 years of age (l), and 2% of the general population are affected by food hypersensitivities (2). Although hundreds of different foods are present in the Western diet, about 80% of allergic reactions in children are the result of hypersensitivity to legumes (including peanuts and soybeans), cow’s milk, and chicken eggs. Most children (-80%) “outgrow” their hypersensitivity to milk and eggs by the end of the first decade. However, peanut allergy persists in about 80% of young children reacting to peanut in the first 2 years of life, and virtually all individuals reacting to peanut beyond the age of 5 years ( 3 , 4. Why these ) particular foods account for the vast majority of reactions in children is not clear, although their early introduction http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Allergy Wiley

Legumes, eggs, and milk

Allergy, Volume 53 – Oct 1, 1998

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Wiley
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Copyright © 1998 Munksgaard
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0105-4538
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1398-9995
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10.1111/j.1398-9995.1998.tb04958.x
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ISSN 0105.4538 Legumes, eggs, and milk Sampson HA. Legumes, eggs, and milk. Allergy 1998: 53 (Suppl46): 3843. 0 Munksgaard 1998. H. A. Sampson Department of Pediatrics, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, N e w York, NY, USA Hugh A. Sampson, MO Department of Pediatrics; Box 1198 Mount Sinai School of Medicine One Gustave L. Levy Place N e w York, N Y 10029-6547 USA Approximately 6% of the pediatric population less than 3 years of age (l), and 2% of the general population are affected by food hypersensitivities (2). Although hundreds of different foods are present in the Western diet, about 80% of allergic reactions in children are the result of hypersensitivity to legumes (including peanuts and soybeans), cow’s milk, and chicken eggs. Most children (-80%) “outgrow” their hypersensitivity to milk and eggs by the end of the first decade. However, peanut allergy persists in about 80% of young children reacting to peanut in the first 2 years of life, and virtually all individuals reacting to peanut beyond the age of 5 years ( 3 , 4. Why these ) particular foods account for the vast majority of reactions in children is not clear, although their early introduction

Journal

AllergyWiley

Published: Oct 1, 1998

References

  • The natural history of peanut allergy
    Bock, Bock; Atkins, Atkins
  • Identification and mutational analysis of the immunodominant IgE binding epitopes of the major peanut allergen Ara h 2
    Stanley, Stanley; King, King; Burks, Burks
  • A prospective study of cow milk allergy in Danish infants during the first 3 years of life
    Høst, Høst; Halken, Halken

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