The Food Allergy Fix
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The Food Allergy Fix An Integrative and Evidence Based Approach to Food Allergen Desensitization
|Author||: Sakina Shikari Bajowala|
|Publsiher||: Lioncrest Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 200|
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Eating should be fun, not cause for fear. But for children with food allergies, the condition transforms even simple pleasures like parties and picnics into dangerous minefields. Instead of resigning themselves to a lifetime of avoidance and exclusion, food allergy sufferers can now take action and embrace the promise of desensitization therapy. In The Food Allergy Fix, board-certified allergist and immunologist Dr. Sakina Bajowala discusses how allergies can be managed through sublingual and oral immunotherapy, which retrains overactive immune systems through the precise administration of foods. Combining rich history and current scientific research, Dr. Bajowala arms parents and patients with the tools they need to begin working with a trained immunologist, while walking readers through her innovative and holistic treatment process. The incredible success of Dr. Bajowala's integrative approach proves that it is possible to live in a world free from the chains of a food allergy diagnosis. This book is the first step toward reclaiming freedom.
The End of Food Allergy
|Author||: Kari Nadeau MD, PhD,Sloan Barnett|
|Total Pages||: 354|
|Genre||: Health & Fitness|
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A life-changing, research-based program that will end food allergies in children and adults forever. The problem of food allergy is exploding around us. But this book offers the first glimpse of hope with a powerful message: You can work with your family and your doctor to eliminate your food allergy forever. The trailblazing research of Dr. Kari Nadeau at Stanford University reveals that food allergy is not a life sentence, because the immune system can be retrained. Food allergies--from mild hives to life-threatening airway constriction--can be disrupted, slowed, and stopped. The key is a strategy called immunotherapy (IT)--the controlled, gradual reintroduction of an allergen into the body. With innovations that include state-of-the-art therapies targeting specific components of the immune system, Dr. Nadeau and her team have increased the speed and effectiveness of this treatment to a matter of months. New York Times bestselling author Sloan Barnett, the mother of two children with food allergies, provides a lay perspective that helps make Dr. Nadeau's research accessible for everyone. Together, they walk readers through every aspect of food allergy, including how to find the right treatment and how to manage the ongoing fear of allergens that haunts so many sufferers, to give us a clear, supportive plan to combat a major national and global health issue.
|Author||: Scott H. Sicherer|
|Publsiher||: JHU Press|
|Total Pages||: 305|
|Genre||: Health & Fitness|
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Manage your food allergies with this easy-to-follow question-and-answer guide. Posing the questions that anyone with food allergies will think to ask—and then some—Food Allergies provides practical, emotional, and scientific guidance on the topics that affect your life. Allergy expert Scott H. Sicherer addresses the full spectrum of food allergies, from mild to life threatening, from single foods to food families, clearing up misconceptions along the way. He explains how exposure to foods can bring about an allergic response, describes the symptoms of food allergy, and illuminates how food allergies develop. He also recommends tests for diagnosing both food allergies and chronic health problems caused by food allergies—such as eczema, hives, and respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms. Food Allergies thoroughly explains how to prevent exposure to a known allergen at home, at school, in restaurants, and elsewhere and what to do if exposure occurs, including how to handle an anaphylactic emergency. Dr. Sicherer also reviews food reactions that are not allergic (such as lactose intolerance), advises how to get adequate nutrition when you must avoid dietary staples, and discusses whether allergies ever go away (they do—and then sometimes they return).
The Complete Guide to Food Allergies in Adults and Children
|Author||: Scott H. Sicherer|
|Publsiher||: Johns Hopkins University Press|
|Total Pages||: 320|
|Genre||: Health & Fitness|
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This is the most authoritative and accessible allergy book on the market.
Memory Making Mom
|Author||: Jessica Smartt|
|Publsiher||: Thomas Nelson|
|Total Pages||: 238|
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What will your children remember of their childhood? Calling all moms who want to break out of monotony, distraction, and busyness to a life of making lasting memories with your kids and drawing your family closer to one another and to God! What’s the solution to gaining the balanced, meaningful life you desire with your family? Create traditions that bring joy and significance! Popular "Smartter Each Day" blogger and mom of three, Jessica Smartt explains why memory-making is the puzzle piece that today’s families are longing for. As Jessica shares her ideas, traditions, and beautiful insights on parenting in this well-written resource guide, she highlights the tradition-gifts kids need most with 300+ unique traditions including: Food: memories that stick to your ribs Holidays: fall bucket lists, crooked Christmas trees, and lingering over Lent Spontaneity: going on adventures Faith: why you need the puzzle box Memory-Making Mom is jam-packed with her own favorite childhood traditions, those she has started with her own children, traditions tied to the Christian faith, and additional ideas that you can take and tailor to suit your needs. Jessica also offers spiritual guidance and practical encouragement to modern parents to keep on adventuring—even when they are fighting distractions, are on a budget, and exhausted.
Natural Solutions for Food Allergies and Food Intolerances
|Author||: Casey Adams|
|Publsiher||: Logical Books|
|Total Pages||: 342|
|Genre||: Health & Fitness|
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Food sensitivities, which include food allergies and food intolerances, are increasing throughout the world, especially among developed countries. What is causing this dramatic increase? Can we prevent food sensitivities? More importantly, can a person with food sensitivities do anything to alleviate them? Drawing from over a thousand peer-reviewed studies including hundreds of clinical studies, "Natural Solutions for Food Allergies and Food Intolerances" provides clear and proven strategies to reverse food sensitivities using inexpensive and natural methods. While there are many texts that provide clarity on how to safely avoid foods we might be sensitive to, this text cites the definitive research and practical evidence that shows health providers and their patients the means to reverse existing food sensitivities, and how to prevent them in the future.
Food Without Fear
|Author||: Ruchi Gupta|
|Publsiher||: Hachette GO|
|Total Pages||: 0|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
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A world-renowned researcher and physician offers a groundbreaking approach to identifying an entire spectrum of food-related health conditions, from allergies to sensitivities, and what we can do about them. A breathtaking one in five people in the U.S. has a health condition related to food--from disruptive sensitivities and intolerances to serious allergic reactions that can send them to the ER. These food-related problems are on a historic rise across all ages. And the spectrum of these ailments is wide and deep, with many tricky "masqueraders" in the mix to create a lot of confusion, potential misdiagnoses, and faulty or poor treatment--and immeasurable suffering for millions of people. The good news: Dr. Ruchi Gupta, on the front lines of this silent epidemic, now shares revolutionary research from her lab and clinical practice. In Food Without Fear, Dr. Gupta illuminates this misunderstood spectrum and offers a new approach to managing adverse reactions to food with a practical plan to end the misery and enjoy eating with ease. This panoramic view empowers you to know what questions to ask your doctor to get the correct diagnosis. From debunking common myths (an allergy and an intolerance aren't the same thing--but both can have life-threatening consequences) to identifying masqueraders, to understanding triggers (including environmental factors), as well as the microbiome's role in adverse food reactions, these pages hold the answers. Using a framework of Identify and Empower, Treat, Manage and Prevent, and Thrive, Food Without Fear offers hope, help--and food freedom--to the millions of people who so need it. Developed by world-renowned researcher Dr. Ruchi Gupta, this revolutionary spectrum approach empowers and informs so you can take charge of your health. In Food Without Fear, you'll learn: The differences between an allergy and an intolerance or sensitivity What "masqueraders" are and how to identify them Which health conditions are mistaken for food allergies--or can be triggered by them The top offenders that can spark an allergy attack or intolerance The surprising allergies on the rise (think red meat and exercise) The potential connections between genetics, environmental exposures, and risk for developing food-related conditions How to S.T.O.P. the misery and chart your healthy path forward Offering assessments, information on the most up-to-date treatments, and practical tips for keeping yourself safe, Food Without Fear welcomes you back to the table.
Zippy A Story About Oral Immunotherapy OIT for Food Allergies
|Author||: Suzy Brauer,Sakina Shikari Bajowala MD|
|Total Pages||: 30|
|Genre||: Juvenile Fiction|
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Food allergen oral immunotherapy (OIT) is a transformative treatment for life-threatening food allergies that can protect patients from accidental ingestion and allow them to freely introduce the allergen into their diets. However, it can be difficult for young children to understand the process of beginning to eat something they have spent their lives strictly avoiding. In this book, a board-certified allergist with extensive experience in food allergy treatment and a mother of children whose food allergies have been treated by OIT join forces to explain this exciting therapy to children using the power of storytelling. Follow along as Zippy, an aspiring race car who is allergic to racing fuel, works to treat his allergy and become a champion!