Food Allergies & Sensitivities in the New Millennium™
2-Hour Seminar: Part of the Neuroendocrine Immunology Seminar Series
Dr. Datis Kharrazian, PhD, DHSc, DC, MS, MMSc, FACN
There has been a more significant increase in both food allergies and food sensitivities in this generation than in any previous generation. Peanut allergies, for example, are so rampant today that many public schools have completely banned peanuts and tree nuts on campus. The question that has to be asked is why? What significant changes have occurred that led to such a diverse explosion of food intolerances? More importantly, how do we identify these food reactions and address them clinically?
- The mechanisms involved in different types of adverse food reactions such as food allergies, food intolerances, food sensitivities, and immune-mediated, non-immune–mediated, and toxin-based reactions
- The connection between oral tolerances and both food proteins and food-induced pathologies
- How to develop clinical strategies to support dietary immune tolerance
- The relationship between mucosal inflammation and food intolerances
- The role of key nutrients in anergy and mucosal health
- Clinical jewels and insights
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