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When a family receives a diagnosis of food allergy for the first time, they’re generally provided with a list of foods to avoid and a friendly smile as they’re ushered out the door to accommodate the next patient. Though it’s easy to understand what to avoid, physicians generally provide no guidance regarding what to buy, what to prepare, and the mechanics of cooking with new restrictions.
That’s where Tracy Bush’s e-book “The Stepping Stones to Food Allergies” comes in. Written by a food allergy consultant, blogger, and mom to a son with severe food allergies, this book starts with the basics of transforming and restocking your kitchen, then goes on to provide you with recipes, substitution guides, and a host of tips to ease you through the process of preparing safe meals for your family.
The book also provides a number of resources that every food allergy parent of school aged children should take advantage of including samples of a food allergy action plan and a letter to fellow classroom parents, a primer on how to read product labels, and information regarding 504 plans.
To learn more about “The Stepping Stones to Food Allergies” and Tracy’s blog, visit allergyphoods.com.