Resources

Living with food allergies can be challenging! Food is everywhere, and food allergies make life a battleground. If you are suffering from food allergies, have a child or loved one with food allergies, or suspect that you may have allergies but haven’t been diagnosed, this page is for you!

When we began our food allergy journey, ‘Food Allergies For Dummies’ was a valuable resource! It still lives on my mantle and gets pulled down occasionally for quick references.

http://www.understanding-anaphylaxis.com is a great educational website for parents and loved ones of those who have been diagnosed with food allergies.

http://www.foodallergy.org is really where it all begins for many people. The FAAN (Food Allergy Awareness Network) has information, education, tips, and advice for people dealing with food allergies.

As I come across other resources that I feel are particularly useful to those suffering from food allergies, I will be sure to post them and guide you in the direction of help and understanding!

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2 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Boyce Dovenmuehler February 10, 2013 at 3:47 am Reply

    Anaphylaxis is a serious type of allergy that usually happens when a person takes a triggering substance that is often called allergen. The exposure and its resulting reaction, anaphylaxis, occurs when the person become sensitized to that substance.Sometimes even if the person is exposed to allergens, even how little the allergens are and the time of exposure, the resulting allergy can really be serious and life-threatening.Anaphylaxis attacks can happen after the substance is inhaled, injected or ingested. Physical or skin contact to the substance can sometimes also lead to anaphylaxis attacks..

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  2. Mrs. Mom February 12, 2013 at 1:58 am Reply

    As a mother of a child with anaphylactic allergies, this is old news to me. But I greatly appreciate you posting on behalf of readers who may not have been aware of this information. Thank you!

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