January 2007

Posted on: Thu, 01/25/2007 - 11:04pm
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This is amazing.

At AllergyKids, we are also working on research into what has caused all of these little ones to have food allergies. Specifically, we are looking into what has been changed in our food supply in the last 10 years.

Did you know that about 10 years ago, companies began to genetically engineer plants like corn, soy, wheat and all of those other allergy causing foods? And that the soybean share the same protein structure as the peanut now?

We were shocked to learn this - and have been researching it ever since. You can always sign up for our free newsletter to learn more at [url="http://www.allergykids.com"]www.allergykids.com[/url] We are also working with global corporations who are using our universal symbol for food allergies to help identify these children at school, in the lunchroom, at a birthday party or an a plane. Our CNN interview on our site is a great resource to learn more.

If I can ever answer any questions, please let me know!

With hope for the cure,
Robyn
[url="http://www.AllergyKids.com"]www.AllergyKids.com[/url]

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