The 5 D's of Food Allergies
Last Saturday I was lucky enough to share the day with a group of very special people - Lady Gowrie Kindergarten Teachers:) 'Nutrition for kids in the early years' was our topic of conversation and like many of these workshops we got to chatting about the increasing prevalence of allergies in our young children and WHY?
Whilst this question has not been answered there are a list of factors that can increase the prevalence of food allergies according to Professor Katie Allen from Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital. Katie leads an expert research team that is producing exciting and promising findings when it comes to Australia's Food Allergies. The findings of one study, aptly named 'HealthNuts,' has led researchers to conclude that the rise in allergies is most likely a result of our modern lifestyle. Click here to read more