PeanutsWe’ve known for a long time that advanced glycation end-products have been linked to a wide variety of health issues, whether something minor like wrinkled skin or something serious like cancer and diabetes. But a recent study suggests that AGEs may also be the reason why some people suffer from peanut allergies.

The Economist just published an article titled “Browned off” about a paper published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. The paper details an Oxford University study conducted by Dr. Quentin Sattentau in which mice were found to be more likely to develop a peanut allergy in response to dry-roasted nuts than in response to raw ones.


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