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A new pilot study has resulted in subjects being able to tolerate 160 to 400 times more peanut than they could at the study’s outset.
“This is a massive research project which will have far reaching consequences for consumers and food producers,” said professor Clare Mills of the University of Manchester
In short: no, not yet. However, there is research going on around the world attempting to make that a possibility. Scientists are running large birth cohort studies – including one in Canada called the Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development study, which is recruiting 5,000 babies from four Canadian centres and will study them for five […]