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Going to Preschool Or Daycare with Food Allergies
08/19/2009
...The first day of preschool or daycare with food allergies is an exciting time for young children. It’s usually also an exciting time for parents, too! Sometimes, introducing little ones with food allergies and related conditions into a new environment can be scary and, depending on the severity of the allergy, even a bit dangerous. Prepare for preschool or daycare with food allergies. If this situation is one you will face soon, then...
07/19/2017
...Food allergies and dining out can be difficult. When it’s time to dine out, every parent with a child who suffers from food allergies has a hard time letting go of kitchen control. Surrendering this control is difficult because allergen avoidance is always the most necessary form of prevention, and this is often easily accomplished in the comfort of your home. However, a late soccer practice, meeting, or simply just wanting to enjoy the...
The Gut Microbiota and Its Link With Food Allergies
01/18/2018
...infants and watched the health of the infants as they grew up. This realization let them look for clues that could link gut microbes with various health conditions. Scientists have looked at lots of different health conditions, but we’re going to focus on the link between gut microbiota and allergies. Here is a summary of some links that research observed: Between the gut microbiota in infancy and later food allergies The gut microbiota in infancy...
04/10/2008
...Despite a lot of research, the exact cause of food allergies and the reason the number of kids affected is on the rise, is still something of a mystery. One very common question on the subject is “Are food allergies genetic?” While no one has identified a “food allergy gene,” research does show that if Mom, Dad or both parents have a history of any type of food allergy it translates into a...
How to Explain Food Allergies to Relatives AND Help Them Understand Why They’re Important
09/17/2015
...Food allergies can be really tricky to understand. Do you remember the first time you learned about your loved one’s food allergy, and how many questions you had? Now imagine trying to explain food allergies to someone else, especially someone with no knowledge or experience of food allergies. Sounds tough! Eventually we all come to a time where we really, really need someone to understand our loved one’s food allergy. Especially when serious reactions...
05/24/2016
...Mainstream media often covers the topic of food journaling or keeping a food diary to track what you eat. Usually that’s in the context of dieting, because this strategy can help us be more mindful of the foods we eat and can help in reducing the number of calories consumed. But have you ever thought about the benefits food journals can bring to families managing food allergies? Today we will go over some of...
04/19/2011
...If you or a family member has seasonal allergies, which are triggered by environmental allergens like pollen, you probably know that spring can be a rough time of year, especially if you live in an area with a high pollen count. Here at Neocate, we hear from some parents that their children’s food allergy symptoms seem worse at this time of year. Let’s take some time to review the similarities and differences between...
04/05/2011
...We’ve discussed the Top 8 Allergens which account for 90% of all food allergies. These allergens are the main offenders in the US, but there are certain food allergies that are unique to certain regions of the world. EuroPrevall was a global research project funded by the European Union that looked at food allergy prevalence and patterns among various countries around the world. EuroPrevall revealed that there are major differences in the common food...
   
 
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