|Food allergy help for grown-ups
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|Author:||mgreenspan [ Tue Mar 01, 2011 9:04 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Food allergy help for grown-ups|
Miller has lived with food allergies all her life. She's widely known as "Allergic Girl," author of the blog "Please Don't Pass the Nuts." She has used her know-how about dining out with food allergies to organize "Worry Free Dinners," which are groups of people with food allergies going to a restaurant together and sharing experiences and strategies. In her day job, Miller coaches people with dietary restrictions such as food allergies in overcoming their fears and navigating everyday situations.
Now, she's got a book out called "Allergic Girl: Adventures in Living Well with Food Allergies" that offers honest, personal and practical advice for anyone who has life-threatening dietary restrictions. The book has three main components: how to get an accurate diagnosis and understand it, how to create a support system and how to live a full life with food allergies. Sprinkled throughout are personal stories from Miller and others who have had to confront obstacles to eating normally because of food allergies (Disclaimer: two vignettes are mine).
http://pagingdrgupta.blogs.cnn.com/2011 ... grown-ups/
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