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Old 17.04.2018, 18:42
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Re: Kindergarten teacher does not take nut allergy serious

I don't know anyone with severe allergies, but folks around me were nursed. I only know grownups here who gradually developped some food intolerance or another, wheat, lactose..those are autoimmune and metabolic issues. I haven't seen so much allergy related problems back in my poorer, simpler home, I wonder why. Since pollution is definitely a concern there, too. Could be a better microbiome? Fewer c-secs? Bfeeding? Home made food? Maybe in the West the environmental triggers play a bigger role, stress, pesticied, processed stuff, the health of the parents before the kids are born..

Where I am here, health issues are taken with pretty appropriate sincerity, the whole teaching team+class get trained by specialists, en cas ou. Maybe OP could also contact the cantonal/commune school nurse, they are dilligent.
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