Statistical evidence suggests that far more people nowadays are prone to having food allergies than their grandparents, and their numbers are only rising. This article posits 7 differences between our generations, which, you may be surprised to learn, are the reason behind such a radical uptick in serious food allergies.
- Food used to be natural. Today we have GMOs and other additives. Also, the use of farming pesticides was non-existent.
- Our grandparents relied on natural remedies and allowed the sickness to run its course, thus building the immune system.
- Our grandparents spent time outside and had a higher tolerance to local allergens.
Additionally, produce is less nutritious now than it used to be, due to soil nutrient depletion—the result of conventional farming practices.
Read more: https://dailyhealthpost.com/food-allergy/
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