http://draytonarchaeology.com/contact-2 It’s so good to see that in the last several years food allergies are being more recognized as a public health concern. 10 years ago when we were dealing with this issue there wasn’t the advocacy and education out there that you see today. Restaurants are even now jumping aboard and offering certain options on their menus.
Bonuses People didn’t realize the stress involved with adjusting to a child with food allergies in your everyday lifestyle. Even to be aware of cross contamination between foods and the utensils you use while cooking and then sharing. It becomes easier after awhile but you can’t assume that family and friends will follow these cautions. They don’t have to cook and read every single ingredient label daily. It just takes gentle reminders though in group situations. It’s also great when your child is older and more independent and can say, “No thank you,” when offered certain foods.
I will keep you posted on all the updated information that I receive and feel free to share your stories.
Posted by katjan at 11 May 2013