An academic review has confirmed a link between feeding eggs and peanuts to babies as young as four months and a reduced likelihood of developing allergies to these foods later in life. Although infant...

Most would not think that a diet lacking in fibre might be the cause of allergies, but success from Monash University have found evidence supporting this linkage. Studying allergies, scientists at Monash...

Oral therapy could cure peanut allergies, Australian research study A probiotic treatment for peanut allergy has been successfully trialled by Australian researchers at the Murdoch Children’s Research...

A new type of flour may help in the treatment of peanut and other food allergies A new type of flour that someday could be used in food-based therapies to help people better tolerate their allergy triggers,...

Nut spreads are growing with innovative new products With an influx of new products in recent years, including industry game-changer Nutella, the $3.9 billion nut-based and sweet spread category grew 34...

New peanut allergy therapy shows 84 per cent success A new therapy for peanut allergy has been successful in the majority of the 99 children who took part in a trial conducted by researchers at Addenbrooke’s...

The enzyme that is essential to the allergic reaction to peanuts has been identified by researchers at US respiratory hospital, National Jewish Health. Researchers found that blocking the enzyme’s activity...

A study released today by the Australian National University (ANU) has found that infants who are solely breast fed for the first six months may be more susceptible to nut allergies. A health check questionnaire...

Researchers from Murdoch Children’s Research Institute and the University of Melbourne have identified a new way to accurately test for peanut allergy. It is hoped the test will be more cost effective...