Peanut Butter and Jelly Banned from your Child’s Lunch: Here’s Why

Learn why the U.S. has the most peanut butter and jelly banned from schools.
Find out why more and more schools are moving to get peanut butter and jelly banned.

Was peanut butter and jelly banned from your child’s lunch this year? You are not alone.

This startling new trend is gaining ground in many states.

Find out why.

Yes. Many children are deathly allergic to peanut butter these days. Schools are moving to get peanut butter and jelly banned from their buildings to protect this population.

Peanut butter causes anaphylaxis, a dangerous food allergy symptom that can close a person’s airways making it impossible to breathe.

Why is Peanut Butter and Jelly Banned suddenly, after Generations of Use?

Learn why the U.S. has the most peanut butter and jelly banned from schools.
Find out why more and more schools are moving to get peanut butter and jelly banned.

To answer this question I need to fill you in on a few pretty scary statistics:

  • Food allergies in general have doubled since the 1990s.
  • A new CDC survey shows 1 in 20 U.S. children now have food allergies. That’s a 50% increase from the late 1990s.
  • It also shows 1 in 8 children have eczema and other skin allergies now. This is an increase of 69%.
  • According to the Journal of American Medicine, living in the U.S. will increase your chances of developing allergies.

Why?

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2 Comments on Peanut Butter and Jelly Banned from your Child’s Lunch: Here’s Why

  1. Peanuts happen to be a kind of food allergy that is most likely to cause anaphylaxis. Other food allergies may cause less life threatening symptoms. So peanuts are more widely known.

    I think a lot of people wonder how they can be connected to GMOs. It’s because GMOs are twice as likely to contain pesticides and pesticides are directly linked to an increase in allergies. http://www.webmd.com/allergies/news/20121203/food-allergies-pesticides

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