When I first started researching peanut allergies, I found a ridiculous amount of information on the Internet with some being seemingly dangerous and irresponsible. Yet, these resources either have a lot of links pointing to them or they found the one genuine Search Engine Optimization (SEO) person on the planet who helped take them to the top of the search engine results.
I beg you, I implore you to start with a foundation of solid medical evidence before branching out into the…um…more interesting treatments and theories. The Peanut Allergy Answer Book is now in its third edition. According to the updated description, the current edition includes:
- Promising new treatments, including oral desensitization and Chinese herbal medicines
- The most recent recommendations for feeding at-risk infants and young children
- The latest laboratory tests for determining the risk of life-threatening anaphylaxis
The author, Michael C. Young, MD, has quite the resume. Sorry, an ultra-respected person like this doesn’t have a resume - they have a curriculum vitae so they must have a brain full of evidence-based research.
I hope that you will start with this book or a similar one, and then you can feel free to look into services like one in Portland where a provider will travel back in time to fix the issue you had in your past life that has now led to this peanut allergy. You think I’m making this up?