Peanut Allergy Treatment Update
January 01, 2009
Bo's peanut allergy desensitization treatment at Children's Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas is going great. His daily dosage of peanut flour is now equivalent to more than 2 peanuts! Our confidence that Bo is becoming less allergic to peanuts as a direct result of this peanut allergy treatment research is growing with each twice-a-month incremental increase in his daily dosage of peanut flour.
On our last two trips to Little Rock, Bo got Krispy Kreme doughnuts for being so good after riding 7 hours in the car. As you can see from this picture, Bo is very excited!
Bo has recently eaten several times at Subway restaurants that don't sell peanut butter cookies at all and are therefore peanut free. (Subway restaurants ingredients information for people with food allergies)
Products for People with Food Allergies
As soon as Bo gets over his current sinus infection and cold, he will be reviewing several peanut free food product samples we have been sent from manufactures and distributors. In the mean time, we have added a link to our other site that has a convenient collection of peanut free foods, books and other products for people with food allergies.
As always, we welcome your comments and e-mails and invite you to join our prayers for a cure to all food allergies.
Congratulations for having a successful treatment of Bo's allergy. May it continue and the allergy may be gone forever.
Posted by: allergy doctor | August 15, 2009 at 10:43 PM
Hello! I just found your blog looking for research :) My pa dd is the same age as your son. I am so excited about the progress of these studies. Thanks for sending the message along. I'm also wondering if you have any info or know of studies that are accepting children?
Posted by: skuchi | January 03, 2009 at 11:44 PM