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Feeding Your Allergic Child: Happy Food for Healthy Kids Paperback – February 15, 1997
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A number of books have been written about food allergies (or sensitivities), but these recipes are directed specifically at allergic children, though they could be used for adults as well. Both books offer recipes that avoid your child's particular food allergies. Meyer, the mother of allergic children, is the more health-conscious and offers unique, varied recipes. She includes suggestions for outfitting the basic pantry and kitchen when cooking for an allergic child and a section on how to tell whether your child is allergic. Harris and Nachsin, a home economist working toward certification as a nutritionist, have also raised allergic children. Because their recipes are for desserts, they contain a fair amount of oil and sugar, though fruit sweetening is also used. The authors indicate where special ingredients may be purchased and explain how to create an allergy-free home. Both books have merit, especially because little else is available on the subject, and are recommended for all health collections. (Indexes not seen.)?Lorraine F. Sweetland, Information Problem Solvers, Laurel, Md.
Copyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Now, with Feeding Your Allergic Child, there's a solution to the dilemma of what to prepare for the food-sensitive child. Elisa Meyer's creative, fun, and delicious recipes will get your kids to eat, and keep them happy and healthy at the same time. These nutritious dishes will tempt even the most finicky child, while avoiding the four ingredients kids are most frequently allergic to: corn, wheat, dairy, and eggs. They can also be modified for other food allergies. A complete section on how to tell if your child is allergic and tips on coping with the challenges of feeding an allergic child introduces the recipes. Free of the chemical additives and artificial flavorings of prepackaged and processed foods, the dishes in Feeding Your Allergic Child will make your kitchen table a happier and healthier place to be and will show you how to put your food-sensitive child on the road to healthy eating - and living.
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If you are not using fresh ingredients you will be offended by this book. Plus, you might find more allergies in your baby than she really have after reading it.