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Allergic disorders have become the most common chronic disorders, affecting both children and adults. Food allergy and infantile eczema are frequently the first manifestations of a life-long problems of allergies. Early diagnosis and correct management of allergic diseases are crucial for the proper growth and development of the children as well as for improvement of their quality of life and of their families as well. At least in part, allergic diseases can be prevented or minimized with early nutritional strategies playing important role in reducing the burden of allergic diseases.
The Allergy Academy is dedicated to providing practical content to support health care professionals on the challenging topic of detection, prevention and management of allergic diseases.
Topics on this page include:
1. Allergy Fundamentals
2. Can Allergy be prevented?
3. Nutritional management of Food Allergies
Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy - Diagnosis & Management
Gut Talk Series: Role of microbiome on development of allergic diseases – Interview with M. Recto
Food Allergy with a Focus on Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy (CMPA)
Cow’s milk allergy vs Lactose intolerance
The Gut Microbiome and its Role in Early Immune Development and Allergies - Liam O'Mahony
Update: Allergies and the intestinal microbiome
Can Allergy be PREVENTED?
Halting the Allergic March: Is it Possible?
Reducing the allergy risk: The GINI study: 20 years of follow-up
The Nest 50: Stop the March: Allergy prevention and long-term risk reduction
Early Interventions Can Have a Long Lasting Effect on Childhood Allergies
How to Prevent Food Allergy: Current research and international guidelines
What Are The Benefits of Using a Partial Whey Hydrolysate?
7 things we should know about nutrition & prevention of allergic diseases in at-risk infants
The Link Between Early Diet and Food Allergy
In a Nutshell: What is the LEAP Study?
Introduction of Highly Allergenic Foods in a High-Risk Population
Allergy and Human Milk Oligosaccharides – Kristine Marie Gutierrez, M.D
Myth Vs. Fact: Does Maternal Avoidance of Highly Allergenic Foods in Pregnant & Lactating Women Help Prevent Allergies in Their Offspring?
Early Interventions and Long Lasting Effect on Childhood Allergies: The GINI study 20y results – Prof. Monika Gappa
How do Maternal Diet and Infant Complementary Feeding influence Food Allergy – Dr. Carina Venter
What do existing Food Allergy Prevention Studies tell us? What does the future hold? – Prof. Kari Nadeau
NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT of food allergies
Do HMOs Play a Role in the Allergic Response and Management of Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy?
HMOs in Allergies: Current Understanding
Dietary Management of EoE: More Than Just Food Allergen Avoidance
Avoiding Food Allergies: Keep in Mind The Big 9
Probiotics in Allergic Disease: Are We There Yet?
Diagnosis and management of cow’s milk protein allergy in infants and children - Anna Nowak-Wegrzyn, M.D., PhD
Breastfeeding & Cow Milk Protein Allergy: What You Need to Know
The clinical relevance of HMOs in infants with CMPA – Prof. Yvan Vandenplas
Advancing the Management of Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy with Human Milk Oligosaccharides: Priming the Immune System
HMO shape the gut microbiome in infants with CMPA – Dr. Ralph Heine
Immunological and microbial effects of HMO in experimental models of food allergy – Dr. Sophie Nutten
Annales 76.3 Allergic or Pseudo-Allergic Gastrointestinal Disorders