Happy Monday! If you didn’t have a chance to read my latest On Nutrition column in Sunday’s Seattle Times, “What you need to know about food allergies,” check it out. There’s something of interest for those who suffer from food allergies (or have friends/family who do), for parents of young children, and for those who are fortunate to be allergy-free.
I’ve also accumulated a tidy pile of food allergy-related links that may be useful to you:
- Doctors lean toward introducing allergenic foods to kids early (NPR)
- Food Allergy Research and Education: Tools & Resources
- Food Allergy Research and Education: About Food Allergies
- American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology: Food Allergy
- American Academy of Pediatrics: Food Allergies in Children
- MedlinePlus: Food Allergy
- Family Food Allergies 101 (CNN)
- Celiac, allergy or non-celiac gluten intolerance: What is the difference?
- Home Food Safety: Food allergies, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity
For more good food allergy article links, refer to the food allergy post I wrote last month. The post also talks a little about the Seattle Food Allergy Consortium (SeaFAC).