An article on the “Effectiveness and safety of orally administered immunotherapy or food allergies: a systematic review and meta-analysis” has been published in the British Journal of Nutrition. The study concludes:
“There is strong evidence that orally administered immunotherapy can induce immunomodulatory changes and thereby promote desensitisation to a range of foods. However, given the paucity of evidence on longer-term safety, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness, orally administered immunotherapy should not be used outside experimental conditions presently.”
Read the full study.