US researchers have developed a treatment for people with peanut or allergy pancakes.
In detail, treatment is the ability of the body to increase pesticide sensitivity when peanuts eat unwanted foods.
The researchers gave peanut derivatives treatment to the participants, specifically 300 peanut protein per day.
The researchers said 80% had a daily dose of peanut spoonfuls. At the end of the study, Dr Stephen Taylor, the study leader, emphasized the increase in the tolerance of the peanut-affected participants' bodies.
At the end of the study, the participants were able to eat large doses of peanut kernels of 100 milligrams at the start of the study.
"The symptoms of these doses were mild compared to the beginning," said Dr. Tilesek
"This is not a quick repair," said Dr. Jay Lieberman, Vice-President of the Allergies Commission, in the American Association of Allergies, Immune and Immune Societies, which does not mean that allergic patients eat peanuts at any time. The US Food and Drug Administration will review this treatment in the near future and will be wider in the second half of 2019.
Source: Al Jazeera