Health-Points: Friday 2.13.09

  • Misdiagnosed food allergies may be on the rise and in extreme cases putting children at risk for malnutrition. And reports claim avoiding certain foods for fear of mistaken food allergies may make children more sensitive when foods are eventually eaten; from Well.
  • On Tuesday, the owner of the U.S. peanut company responsible for the salmonella-peanut butter outbreak pleaded the 5th and refused to answer questions before Congress, while internal company messages show him complaining about lost profits; Reuters reports.

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Haven - January 30, 2012 2:58 PM

Just a quick question. I am very interested in your nutritional approach to health and wellness. However, I have a five year old daughter that is highly allergic to all nuts. Is this approach still possible in my household? I noticed a majority of your recipies include some sort of nut for protein. We do not bring nuts of any kind into our house.

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