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May 15-21 is National Eosinophilic Awareness Week.  In honor of the week, read on for more information about EoE. What is it? Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) is a relatively newly diagnosed disease that is characterized by the accumulation of eosinophils (white blood cells) in the esophagus (tube connecting...

If you know someone with food allergies you are probably aware that birthday's and celebrations can be a stressful time. Kids often feel left out at birthday parties or other events where cakes are served that may be full of their allergen. Below are a list of allergen...

React With Respect May 8-14, 2016 Every May, Food Allergy Research and Education promotes an awareness week.  The purpose of the week is to improve public understanding of this potentially life-threatening medical condition.  By increasing awareness, the hope is to encourage respect and improve the quality of...

Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome What is FPIES? FPIES is a type of food allergy that is non-IgE mediated.  It is most often triggered by cows milk and soy but can be related to other foods such as: rice, oats, barley, green beans, peas, sweet potato, squash,...

Eliminating a food group due to food allergies can be concerning for many parents.   Having a food allergy has the potential to affect nutrient intake and place a child at an increased risk for inadequate intake and poor growth. Education and nutrition monitoring of an allergic...

Finding a safe multivitamin/mineral supplement that is free from the top 8 allergens can be a challenge. In addition to safety factors, determining individual supplement needs is also crucial. Keep the following tips in mind: -Read the label carefully.  Manufacturing practices constantly change.  Ensure that there is...

Recent research on lingering peanut protein was presented at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (AAAAI) annual meeting.  Researchers showed their findings of peanut protein that can be found in such settings as: restaurants, flights, libraries, and frozen yogurt shops. What is also interesting...