Fact v. Fiction: The Truth About FPIES


Posted 3.5.13 | Nutrition Specialist

UPDATE April, 2016: If you would like to read an updated version of this blog post, please read FPIES –What Who When Which Why and How? 

Last Friday, we joined hundreds of organizations around the world on Rare Disease Day to bring awareness to the millions of rare diseases that affect men, women and children each day. As part of this initiative, we sponsored a video with our good friends at IAFFPE to shed light on a rare disease in the food allergy community, Food Protein Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES).

The following video is part of a series, known as Fact versus Fiction. It features Dr. Anna Nowak-Wegryzn and IAFFPE founder, Fallon Schultz who sit to uncover the truth about FPIES. This educational video is family-focused and provides the most up-to-date and science-based information FPIES.Last Friday, we joined hundreds of organizations around the world on Rare Disease Day to bring awareness to the millions of rare diseases that affect men, women and children each day. As part of this initiative, we sponsored a video with our good friends at IAFFPE to shed light on a rare disease in the food allergy community, Food Protein Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES).

The following video is part of a series, known as Fact versus Fiction. It features Dr. Anna Nowak-Wegryzn and IAFFPE founder, Fallon Schultz who sit to uncover the truth about FPIES. This educational video is family-focused and provides the most up-to-date and science-based information FPIES.

 

 

To learn more about FPIES and how Neocate can help, visit:

·         Conditions where Neocate is used- FPIES

·         Video: Investigating FPIES

·         Understanding FPIES a rare food allergy

Thank you Fallon, for helping us support the FPIES community. 

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