The Weird New Reason To Buy Organic
More Americans than ever are suffering from food allergies: An estimated 15% of us now cope with intolerance to fare like eggs, soy, and peanuts. It’s still not clear what’s behind the trend, but new research suggests it might have something to do with pesticides.
According to a study of 2,548 people, published in theAnnals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, high levels of some pesticide breakdown products (a class of chemicals called "dichlorophenols") show up in the urine of individuals with food allergies, suggesting a possible link between the two. In particular, those with the highest levels of dichlorophenols were more likely to have an allergy to milk, eggs, peanuts, or shrimp. The relationship didn’t hold up with environmental allergens like pets, ragweed, or grass.
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