Since first published in 2013, the Milk Allergy in Primary Care (MAP) guideline aims to provide simple and accessible data for UK primary care clinicians, detailing care process from initial presentation through diagnosis, management and tolerance development.
The gut microbiota helps to modulate immune responses and microbiome alterations have been implicated in the development of food allergy. This review explores the potential role of gut microbiome as the target for therapeutic and preventive strategies against food allergies.
This clinical report updates and replaces a 2008 version from the American Academy of Pediatrics, which aimed to address the roles of maternal and early infant diet on the prevention of atopic diseases.
From colonized germ-free mice with feces from healthy or cow’s milk allergic infants, it was found that intestinal bacteria are critical for regulating allergic responses to dietary antigens, suggesting that bacterial communities that be a therapeutic target for food allergy.