It depends on what exactly the allergy is, according to Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago. For foods like milk, eggs, soy, and wheat, the majority of children will outgrow their allergies between the ages of 3 and 16. For nuts, it is much less likely, but still 20% outgrow peanut allergies and 10% outgrow tree nuts like walnuts, cashews, and pistachios.
In addition, research has shown that exposure to divers range of pollen at a young age will help prevent allergies later in life. While antibiotics are amazing when used properly, the tendency in modern American culture to overuse them may have sparked the increase in allergies (asthma, hay fevor, food, etc.).
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