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Covers peanut allergy and the new labeling guidelines
Anxious about food allergies in your family? This no-nonsense, plain-English guide gives you expert guidance in identifying and avoiding the foods that trigger your reactions. You'll learn how to spot hidden ingredients on food labels and menu items, treat reactions effectively, and manage your diet without feeling deprived.
Discover how to:
Find a qualified food allergist
Handle mild and severe reactions
Manage allergies at home, school, and work
Treat your child's allergies
Build your own allergy emergency kit
I really liked the book at the beginning of my research. It does a good job of summing up allergy basics. Our case is very complicated though and I needed to do further reading. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alena
When my 1 year old was diagnosed with severe food allergies I felt lost and overwhelmed. This book was a good source of information to bring me up to speed in the world of food... Read morePublished 22 months ago by ohgrace
I thought Food Allergies for Dummies would talk about all age groups but its just for children.You don't always grow out of an allergy. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Cheri K
Amazing! This book is a must read for anyone with food-related allergies. My daughter has severe allergy problems and this really helped me to understand the "whys" and the... Read morePublished on February 10, 2012 by Amber M.
We took our twins to see Dr. Wood at JHU when they were 2 years of age in 2006. He diagnosed them with multiple food allergies at that time. Read morePublished on January 28, 2011 by Michelle Gillespie
This book gives a little of everything and is a terrific reference for any allergy family.
Particularly good information on outgrowing, research, and getting your child... Read more
This book arrived in good condition and in the time frame given for shipping. Thank you.Published on February 16, 2009 by Amazon Customer
I wish this book had been available years ago when my child was first diagnosed. It answers so many of the questions we struggled with. Dr. Read morePublished on January 27, 2009 by Kathy Lundquist
Good for allergies, not intolerance. If you're looking for information on food intolerance, look for a different book.Published on December 19, 2008 by Margaret Hebron