Whether your child has a food allergy, eosinophilic esophagitis (EOE), food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES), or any other type of food-related illness, it’s important to educate them about their condition. It’s never too early to help them understand what it means to have their condition and how to manage it. Knowing what kind of type […]
Researchers estimate in the United States nearly one in every 13 children have a food allergy. Over the last few years the ability to diagnosis food allergies and certain digestive disorders has drastically improved, but there is still a large disparity in quickly recognizing the signs and symptoms. This is particularly true among parents and caregivers.
You’ve probably spent countless hours and many sleepless nights worrying about the health of your child and what the future holds. Your already busy lifestyle will now require more planning and even more preparation every single day. While having a child with food allergies is challenging, fortunately there is hope and a light at the end, of what may now seem dark, tunnel. Use these tips as a guideline to help ease the frustration of wondering what’s next after your child has been diagnosed with food allergies.