McDonald's chicken nuggets and french fries, Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and Kellogg's Pop Tarts are some of the foods that contain traces of food additive TBHQ, which can cause you to develop food allergies.
A new study suggest that eating fiber and vitamin A rich diet can shape the immune sytem to prevent fatal allergic responses to foods such as peanuts.
Concerned parents might shy away from this at first, but researchers are now saying that if parents want to ensure that their child does not develop a peanut allergy, they should be feeding him or her products containing the infamous nuts from a very young age.
Food allergies can be confusing and even frightening, especially if you happen to have a particularly sensitive allergy, such as many nut allergies. For decades many victims of these conditions have always played it safe, steering clear of "may contain traces of..." labels. But wouldn't it be nice if they knew at what concentrations an ingredient is a threat? Researchers may now know for sure.