Antibiotics are without a doubt good: imagine where we would be if not for the discovery of penicillin. But they are not only brutal to unwanted bacteria – the good bacteria in your digestive track is destroyed as well. And it seems that one side effect turns out to be the inability to break down certain foods – a food allergy.
With that reason in mind, a cure may be around the corner: build back your stock of good bacteria. It seems to work for mice; will it next work for primates and humans too?
People Allergic To Peanuts, Rejoice! Scientists Have Figured Out How To Stop Food Allergies
NYU medical researchers may have discovered a cure for food allergies in the form of a bacterial solution.