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Table Of Contents

Introduction
CHILDREN’S SPECIAL
INFANTS
TODDLERS
PRESCHOOL AGE
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AGE
TRAVELING
NOTES ON FORMULAS
CHILDREN’S FAVORITES
RECIPES
VEGETABLES AND NOODLES
MEATS
BEEF
CHICKEN
TURKEY
TURNOVERS
VARIED MEATS
MEAT SAUCES
SEAFOOD
SOUPS
SALADS
SALAD DRESSINGS
BREADS AND CEREALS
BEVERAGES
PIES AND PASTRIES
FRUITS
GELATINS
PUDDINGS
COOKIES
CAKES
CANDY
NUTRIENT TABLES AND FOOD FAMILIES
LABELING AND ADDITIVES
MEDICATIONS
RESOURCES
RECIPE INDEX
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YOUR FOOD ALLERGIC CHILD

YOUR FOOD ALLERGIC CHILD

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Although 30% of American children are allergic to one or more foods, the several recipe books available to help plan safe meals for them (and for the 10% of adults who share their allergies) lack comprehensive guidance on other aspects of the problem. Your Food Allergic Child: A Parent's Guide was created specifically to overcome those deficiencies. In addition to an extensive assortment of recipes and reliable guidance on feeding the allergic child (at home, at school, and while traveling), other sections include reference charts to the nutrient and chemical contents of common foods, medications, and grocery brands. The book includes a foreword by Frederic Speer, M.D., nationally recognized authority on food allergies and author of several books on the subject. Janet Meizel is a lecturer in the Department of Community Health, University of California School of Medicine, Davis, CA.
Although 30% of American children are allergic to one or more foods, the several recipe books available to help plan safe meals for them (and for the 10% of adults who share their allergies) lack comprehensive guidance on other aspects of the problem. Your Food Allergic Child: A Parent's Guide was created specifically to overcome those deficiencies. In addition to an extensive assortment of recipes and reliable guidance on feeding the allergic child (at home, at school, and while traveling), other sections include reference charts to the nutrient and chemical contents of common foods, medications, and grocery brands. The book includes a foreword by Frederic Speer, M.D., nationally recognized authority on food allergies and author of several books on the subject. Janet Meizel is a lecturer in the Department of Community Health, University of California School of Medicine, Davis, CA.

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