These online modules bring together scientific experts from around the world to share their knowledge and experience in the nutritional management of food allergies.

There are five episodes in this series.


Immune Dysregulation in Allergy

In this video, professor Loscher discusses normal immune development in infants; reviews the dysregulation in the immune system that results in allergic responses; describes how we can manipulate the immune system to overcome this dysregulation; and explains the differences between breast- and bottle-fed infants.

Diagnosis and Appropriate Identification of Food Allergy

In this video, Carina Venter reviews the different presentations of cow’s milk allergy (CMA); discusses diagnostic tests for CMA; reviews the importance of the clinical history for diagnosis of CMA; and describes healthcare professional tools for management of CMA.

Clinical Evidence for 2’-FL in Immune Health

In this video, you’ll learn how human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs) help narrow the gap between formula and breastmilk; and learn about the clinical studies that support the immune benefits of 2’-FL HMO.

Pre-Clinical Evidence for the Role of 2'-FL HMO in Immune Modulation

In this video, you’ll learn about the preclinical evidence of 2-fucosyllactose (2'-FL) effects on food allergy and 2'-FL’s potential mechanisms of action.

Human Milk Oligosaccharides: Beneficial Factors in Breast Milk

In this video, you’ll learn the role of HMOs in breast milk; discuss the maternal and infant effects of HMOs; and evaluate the evidence for the role of HMOs in diseases and disorders relevant to infancy and beyond.


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