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Food Allergy Kills Teen in UK

296036-EpiPenNote: What a terrible tragedy for any family to face. Their handsome son gone - from a sandwich. Think about it. A sandwich  marinated in buttermilk. He was allergic to dairy.  He forgot his epipen that day. Was the restaurant to blame for not listing buttermilk as an ingredient in the marinade?  The article says 8% of children (not citizens, children) have food allergies. WHY? Our condolences to Own Carey's family. What a frightening way for him to die and the worst phone call a parent can ever imagine.  What has happened to our children?   Thanks to Judy R for always send us these relevant stories.


The family of a teenager who died of an allergic reaction to an unlisted ingredient in a burger have called for a new law on allergen labelling in restaurants.

Owen Carey suffered anaphylactic shock after eating grilled chicken marinaded in buttermilk at the Byron restaurant at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, despite telling staff that he was allergic to dairy products.

A coroner ruled on Friday that the restaurant’s menu misled Carey into thinking the burger was safe for him to eat by failing to highlight that the dish contained buttermilk.

Assistant coroner Briony Ballard, sitting at Southwark coroners court, called Carey’s death a tragedy.

“The deceased made serving staff aware of his allergies. The menu was reassuring in that it made no reference to any marinade or potential allergenic ingredient in the food selected,” she said.

“The deceased was not informed that there were allergens in the order. The food served to and consumed by the deceased contained dairy which caused the deceased to suffer a severe anaphylactic reaction from which he died.”

In a statement outside the court, Carey’s family called for new rules on allergen labelling. “We want restaurants to have to display clear allergen information on each individual dish on their menus,” they said. “The food industry should put the safety of their customers first.   read more here.



I have a niece and nephew with severe food allergies, because my brother followed the path of least resistance with his wife, who insisted on vaccinating the kids. My brother finally put his foot down and said "no more shots" after his daughter developed arthritis as a toddler, and she has also gone into anaphylactic shock when even just a drop of any dairy product touches her mouth (emergency room visits, and paramedics out to the house when she passed out from not being able to breathe).

And, that's just the tip of the iceberg. There are other forms of disease and disability in the family from vaccinations, and my formerly fit and healthy brother, still thinking that getting a tetanus shot would be beneficial, developed weakness very shortly after being injected, and was then diagnosed with ALS. He died within 2 1/2 years.

Ironically, I studied vaccines starting about 40 years ago, and written about them. My sister listened, and read, and her two children (now in their 30's) have never been vaccinated and never had any health problems.


Our children also have anaphylactic peanut allergies and our adult daughter started her allergies less than two days after her four month shots. Of course, the doctor insisted it wasn't related. Then why did she wake up with a bunch of mucous in her stools, throwing up her milk based formula (she also got breastpumped milk) and the worst diarhhea, then we switched her to soy formula and she could tolerate it. But at 6 months, the second day of rice cereal, she threw it all up and from then on, she threw up most of her foods until we got her allergy tested at 18 months which showed many, many allergies. And at 14 months, she got an anaphylactic reaction to a little peanut butter in some oatmeal. The Peanut Allergy Epidemic by Heather Fraser reveals that vaccine companies used to report putting peanut oil in vaccines but they don't have to report all the ingredients. She makes a good case that this is what's causing peanut anaphylaxis.


I also have an adult son with autism who has a severe allergy to peanuts. He carries his epi-pen with him at all times. He eats out in his day program and I always worry that he will not be exposed to peanut products in his food. Peanut allergies are among the most common allergies known and who knows how many people are affected by this immune problem. Once someone gave him a bite of a peanut butter sandwich and his eyes blew up like balloons and he threw up. Thankfully he was alright after that, but it is a constant worry for us.

Bob Moffit

Unfortunately .. deadly food allergies have become the "NEW NORMAL' childhood experience .. in my own family I have TWO with DEADLY PEANUT ALLERGIES .. that are positively terrifying for parents to worry about while their child simply tries to '"live a normal life".

Aren't we the lucky ones to have survived those childhood diseases .. MEASLES, MUMPS, CHICKENPOX, etc .. that used to be NORMAL childhood worries .. which did not require 24/7 constant vigilance by children and parents to prevent child being accidently exposed to allergic deadly shock?

What is it going to take for our country to question WHY 54% of today's generation of children suffer a neurological, biological, physical chronic autoimmune disorder … up from 12% in 1986 when our vaccine policies guaranteed "product liability protection for the UNAVOIDABLY UNSAFE vaccines of children are increasingly being exposed to"?????????


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