Amish children have lowest rate of allergies

The Amish, in particular, Amish children, don’t get allergies — not like the rest of the general population, that is. While many Americans are constantly searching for dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free alternatives, the Amish eat, well, pretty much anything they want to eat, according to the Canadian National Post. The National Post cites a 2012 study showing that only 7% of Amish children in Indiana had some kind of allergy sensitization, compared to 36% of American...

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