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    During the last two decades, the prevalence and severity of clinical appearances of food allergy (FA) have a significant rise. FA derives from a breakdown of immune tolerance. In recent year's clinical evidence have shown that the probiotics have significant influences on FA by improving the immune tolerance. Besides, postbiotics due to their unique characteristics (safe profile, more shelf life, resistance to mammalian enzymes and stable to digestive system conditions), may have safety superiority against their parent live cells and as a novel strategy can be applied for improvement immune tolerance and treatment of FA without any undesirable side-effects or human opportunistic infections, particularly in infants and pediatrics.


    Aziz Homayouni Rad, Leili Aghebati Maleki, Hossein Samadi Kafil, Amin Abbasi. Postbiotics: A novel strategy in food allergy treatment. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition. 2021;61(3):492-499

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    PMID: 32160762

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