April 27, 2012

allergy-free eggsIt is actually interesting: in order to receive eggs for those who suffer from allergies, what should come first, hypoallergenic hens or allergy-free eggs? I myself am not sure, but the scientists at Geelong’s Deakin University are convinced that it could be better to start with creating allergy-free eggs, and then use them for possible producing hypoallergenic chickens. The idea is really very challenging and bright because egg allergies are among the commonest types of food allergies that affect a great deal of children, from infants to teenagers. This type of food allergy can be characterized with quite severe symptoms including vomiting, nasal inflammation, hives, digestive problems, and many more. Read the rest of this entry »