The latest on diagnosing and managing food allergies in adults and children
Food allergies are more widespread than ever before. In the past five years, the number of children allergic to peanuts has doubled and the estimated number of Americans with food allergies has increased from 6 million to approximately 11 million. This no-nonsense, plain-English resource gives reassuring counsel to food allergy sufferers as well as parents of allergic children on how to identify and avoid foods that cause allergic reactions, what to do in case of an allergic reaction, and how to determine if foods are right for readers' dietary restrictions. It also includes special sections devoted to peanut allergies and the new labeling guidelines, as well as a collection of allergen-free recipes.
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