Childhood allergies may be linked to the high sugar and fat content in junk food, study reveals 

Mail Online | 6/7/2019 | Eleanor Hayward For The Daily Mail
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Childhood food allergies may be caused by eating too much junk food.

A study suggests that diets rich in sugar and fat are fuelling an epidemic of allergies.

Children - Allergies - Levels - Molecules - Tissues

Children with allergies were found to have much higher levels of harmful molecules in their tissues.

Called AGEs – advanced glycation end products – they enter the body through food, particularly processed products such as burgers, bacon, pizzas and cakes.

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Scientists at the University of Naples examined a group of 61 children aged between six and 12, of whom 23 had food allergies.

They found that the children...
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