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Food Allergy Field Guide : A Lifestyle Manual for Families

 

Food Allergy Field Guide : A Lifestyle Manual for Families
by Theresa Willingham

Kenneth Fine, M.D., Intestinal Health Institute, FinerHealth and Nutrition
This book will be a welcome addition to references recommended by health care professionals to their food-sensitive patients.



Nancy Carol Sanker, OTR, Director of Educational Support Groups, Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)
Breezy, uplifting, yet “meaty” and informative.



Janet Rinehart, Chairman, Houston Celiac Sprue Support Group, and Past President, National CSA/USA, Inc.
I ... agree with one main goal of this resource, which is to help your child ‘eat differently without feeling different.’



From the Publisher
Some things are inevitable. When Carol Fenster, Ph.D., discovered she couldn’t eat wheat ten years ago, she started her own publishing company to share her wheat-free living skills with others. When author Theresa (Terri) Willingham learned her son, Chris, was gluten-intolerant, she wrote a book about raising a healthy, gluten-free child. It was inevitable that the two would eventually meet. They collaborated and the end result is Savory Palate’s fourth book: Food Allergy Field Guide: A Lifestyle Manual for Families.

“Terri and I know we need more books for children with food sensitivities which, according to the Centers for Disease Control, affect 1 in every 6 children,” says Fenster, who has authored three books of her own. “This is especially true for Celiac Disease, a form of gluten-intolerance that was presumed to be quite rare but is now thought to affect as many as one in every 120 children (University of Maryland School of Medicine, 2000).” Gluten, a protein in wheat, barley, rye, and spelt, is the culprit because it prevents celiacs from absorbing nutrients from food. The result is malnutrition, anemia, small stature, and other complications.

Terri knows from first-hand experience what it's like to raise a child with food sensitivities. “I focus on helping families manage children’s food sensitivities, especially helping them to “eat different without seeming different”, says Willingham. “Children want to fit in and sometimes a special diet sets them apart.” She offers practical advice to build a child’s “health-esteem” while assuring that the child and family, friends, school, and other caregivers are prepared to handle the occasions in a child’s life––school events, parties, field trips, and eating out.

Savory Palate Press is proud to add the Food Allergy Field Guide to its list of offerings for those with food sensitivities. Physicians, dietitians, nutritionists, and ohter health professionals welcomed the new book with praises, saying it was a valuable addition to resources they recommend for food-sensitive families.


From the Author
This is not a cookbook––although you’ll find a lot of really good recipes here. And it's not a medical book. This is a lifestyle book, because kids deserve enjoyable lifestyles and because life, with or without a food sensitivity, is worth living well and meaningfully.

I'm calling this a field guide because like any good, user-friendly reference book, it's designed to be a comprehensive, thorough identification guide and resource manual. When you're out in the "field" of life with your food sensitive child, shopping, eating out, going to parties or picnics, camping out or cooking in, you need to know your way around. You need to be able to identify friends and foes, sanctuaries and sink holes, the edible and the inedible. This is your field guide to the good life for your food sensitive child.

Healthy Birthrights
The first step towards that lifestyle is the knowledge that a food sensitivity isn’t the end of the world. As a matter of fact, food sensitivities like celiac disease and lactose and casein intolerance, can be cloaking a healthy birthright that obligates your child to a diet most Americans would do well to emulate––pure, fresh foods, untainted by preservatives or additives.

What I offer you here is practical, everyday guidance to help both you and your food-sensitive children live that kind of life, too. The goal of this "field guide" is to teach you and your children to deal with your children's special dietary needs on a daily basis without compromising their childhood or that of their siblings. The trick, for children, is eating differently without seeming different.

The field guide will also help empower food-sensitive children, using tips and insights from children just like themselves who have found that a diet that doesn't make them sick shouldn't make them seem different, either.




Book Description
“Eat Different without Seeming Different”.
Help for Children Who Can't Eat Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Corn, Soy, or Nuts.

That’s the goal of this positive, upbeat guide to helping families with allergic or celiac children––and the children's caregivers––manage food sensitivities to wheat, dairy, eggs, corn, peanuts, soy, and other common food allergens.

Written by a mother whose child can't eat wheat or dairy, this book offers practical advice for families of allergic or celiac children, including:

• Latest research and discoveries on food sensitivities

• Advice on reading labels, grocery shopping, and eating out

• Tips on emotional, social, and psychological considerations so your child doesn't feel set apart from others by his food sensitivities

• Pointers to help your child enjoy parties, field trips, and outings

• How to avoid hidden food allergens (Did you know that licorice contains wheat?)

• 100 kid-tested & approved recipes that make your child's food look and taste just like everyone else's

• Plus valuable cooking advice on successfully using substitutes for wheat, gluten, dairy, or eggs. (For example, did you know that flaxseed meal boiled in water makes a great egg substitute in baking?)

• Extensive resources such as mail-order addresses for hard-to-find ingredients, Internet sites, and discussion groups.

The end result is one convenient, easy-to-read, resource-filled volume gleaned from parents of food-sensitive children around the world––as well as the children themselves, who have found that a diet that doesn’t make them sick shouldn’t make them feel different, either.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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