Food Allergies and Intolerances: Client Education Tools for Dietary Management (Download)

Janice Vickerstaff Joneja, PhD, RD
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Arm your patients with authoritative, user-friendly information about their food allergies or intolerances. Each handout is full of useful information, including foods to avoid, nutritionally equal substitutions, reading food labels and much more.

  • 100 pages
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Make it easier for your patients with food allergies or food intolerances to stick to a diet by offering these comprehensive handouts. Each downloadable handout includes useful information, featuring how to read food labels, a thorough list of acceptable choices, nutritionally equal substitutions, foods to avoid, types of products that may contain the allergen and more.

The handouts feature:

  • Information on 13 common food allergies.
  • Information on 14 food sensitivities and intolerances.
  • Blank symptom records for patients to track their diets and symptoms.
  • Handy "Healthy Substitution" charts that the patient can refer to when grocery shopping or choosing what to eat.

Handouts are also available on conditions that have been linked to reactions to food, including eczema, oral allergy syndrome, hyperactivity and autism. Examples of covered dietary issues include milk allergies, fish allergies, nickel allergies, salicylate sensitivity, and nitrate and nitrite intolerances. Help patients to better understand how to live with a food allergy or intolerance with these authoritative, user-friendly handouts.

Published 2013
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SKU 6213

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  • 100 pages

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