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If You Suffer from Any Food Allergy/Sensitivity, an ABSOLUTE Must-Read

The Food Allergy Survival Guide is one of the most important and informative dietary health books we have ever read, and we strongly urge everyone to consider it ... especially if you can answer "Yes" to any of these questions:

  • Do you suffer from any type of food allergy or food sensitivity?

  • Do you suffer from chronic illness or an unexplained health problem?

  • Are you having ongoing issues reaching and maintaining a healthy weight due to food craving issues?

  • Do you need to find out how to integrate your special food needs with the rest of the restaurant eating world?

  • Having a hard time coping with your food allergy?

The Food Allergy Survival Guide dives headfirst into the foods we eat, with exceptionally informative sections dealing with every major allergen including dairy, eggs, wheat (gluten), peanuts, corn, yeast, fish and shellfish ... in language that is clear and even compelling to read. (Imagine a dietary health book you really can't put down because it is so engrossing!)

If you experience any of these nine health conditions that can be dramatically affected by what you eat, you'll find The Food Allergy Survival Guide to be an indispensable guide!

  • Arthritis
  • Asthma
  • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Candida
  • Dermatitis
  • Depression
  • Digestive disorders
  • Migraines and other headaches

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Each of these sections also covers the specific areas of which foods to avoid, how to deal with restaurants, food preparation, tips for reading labels, listing all the danger foods and giving healthy, easy-to-use alternatives.

Comprehensible and highly readable, The Food Allergy Survival Guide is written by three of the most renowned educational leaders in the fields of food allergies and healthy, vegan and vegetarian eating.

Stop feeling alone with food intolerance, food allergy or sensitivity ... this book will help you educate yourself and those around you and get you back into the social swing of things.

This book also provides invaluable advice for anyone interested in the truth about what we're missing out on with processed foods, which are filled with refined all-too-simple carbs, wiping out all the vitamins and minerals we need.

One of the best surprises of this book is the 2nd half provides a complete cookbook with every recipe completely free of ALL major allergens!

So, think outside the fast food box. Learn how to cook and bake healthier without losing flavor, richness or texture.

Food Allergy Survival Guide is a great resource book, where you'll find common sense answers and real advice on where to seek support on exactly how to change your body with a full spectrum of information regarding food and health issues, delicious recipes and a guide to complete nutrition, no matter what your needs.

  • Find out what your food triggers might be and how to test for them.

  • Learn the 3 most effective skin tests to determine your allergy or sensitivity, as well as newer tests that may work for you.

  • Relates food intolerance and allergies to chronic illnesses like asthma, arthritis, ADHD and diabetes.

  • Recommended by as an effective resource in dealing with Celiac disease.

  • Explains how emotional and behavioral changes can happen as a reaction to food.

  • Explains how the food you eat directly affects your baby's health while breastfeeding.

  • Learn what questions to ask an allergist.

  • Discover how to use whole processed foods.

  • Find out how a natural starch works better than gluten wheat flour and is as natural as cornstarch, without the corn.

  • Recognize differences between food allergy, food intolerance and food sensitivity

  • Understand your immunological process that underlines food hypersensitivity.

  • Charts, forms and a complete resource index are all included in this book to give you the full spectrum of information on healthy eating with non-allergenic alternatives.

  • Discusses every ingredient, focusing especially on those that may be new to you.

  • Includes a detailed food labeling and regulation chart teaching you exactly what to look for, taking the guesswork out of it.

  • A real look at foods that trigger food response problems, and great, easy alternatives that will surprise and delight your taste buds.

The Food Allergy Survival Guide

The First Half of this Must-Read Book Offers Essential Dietary Health Insights, Such as Those Below. The Second Half is One of the Most Useful Cookbooks We Have Ever Encountered ... Including:

  • Ultra Fudge Brownies p.204

  • Divine Macaroons p. 207

  • Banana Bread p. 195

  • Make baking powder that's easy and corn free: p. 183

  • Which oil is best in taste and overall health - p. 172

  • Pound cake, chocolate cake and much more, even a healthy, great tasting version of rice krispy treats!

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Some of the Essential Info You'll Learn in this Dietary Health Goldmine

How to determine if you're suffering from a food allergy, food intolerance or food sensitivity, what distinguishes one from the other and the importance of knowing which you may have - page 8

What's the most common food link to yeast infections (Candida albicans) and the healthy, natural solution? - page 45

Eating unhealthy foods can continue a cycle of depression through eating unhealthy foods containing pesticides, wheat, eggs and refined added sugars. The more we eat to feel better, the worse the depression? Learn how to break that cycle and feel better again - page 50

Do you know what the dirty dozen are? The twelve culprit foods that trigger migraines -- page 62

Try the elimination diet to discover what foods you may be allergic to -- page 70

Find the full section of on-line support groups, just for you - page 119-128

Discover the critical importance of good intestinal health, how we all are prone to intestinal permeability, and the dangers we face in damaging the lining of our intestines - page 23.

What are the most common food triggers for dermatitis, most notably eczema? Page 48

You may think medication is the best way to control ADHD, but discover how effective food changes can be in handling your child's ADHD. Learn why medication many times only numbs the problem, whereas changing what foods are being eaten can actually curb symptoms - page 43

Take a look at digestive disorders and the detailed relationships between food and Celiac disease, Irritable Bowel syndrome, lactose Intolerance and Inflammatory bowel disease. - page 54

Fatigue can have a root factor in what we eat, and can worsen many conditions: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Insulin Resistance and Blood Sugar Imbalance to name a few. Some simple solutions starting on page 58

Learn how to keep a simple food diary, what an elimination diet can do for you and how to take part in an Oral Challenge test, done under clinical observation. Or try your own do-it-yourself tests. All the details of each test and their step-by-step processes are included, starting - page 65

Yes, whole foods are much better than any processed foods, but why? -- page 60

Do you know what Glucosamine sulfate is? Find out what wonderful effects this naturally occurring compound has for your body - page 39

How to balance the good fats with the bad fats ... .it can be done - page 138-139

Find out what you don't know about eggs, what they're used for, the diversity and dangers in eggs - page 84

Learn how to nourish your infant or child without dairy - page 79

What's a nightshade? Are you allergic to nightshades? The answer will surprise you. -Page 100

What's the leading cause of sever allergic reactions in the US and Canada? Find out - page 89

Though corn is a very versatile grain, for those who are allergic, it is one of the most bothersome, since it is prevalent in nearly every processed food available in the US. Find realistic ways to deal with your corn allergy, including a detailed chart of what foods to watch for and a recipe for homemade imitation corn syrup that tastes great and is easy to make! Pages 95-97

Find out how much MSG is still being added to our foods, and how it's being hidden by manufacturers - page 103

The very significant difference between cooked and raw fruit - page 99

Worried about osteoporosis and other forms of arthritis? Find out about the naturally occurring amino acid sugar that is a natural building block of cartilage andyou can use as a supplement to stimulate and repair cartilage in your joints - page 39

Exercise, a most surprising and unique form of allergy. Find out why - page 127

Allergic to wheat? Gluten? Never fear, alternatives are here. Real, great tasting simple alternatives that will let you enjoy baking again - page 108

Learn about a complex compound that provides food for the friendly intestinal bacteria we all need, and also helps carry waste materials and toxins out of the body - page 131

Losing Weight and Eating Well: It Can be Done AND Taste Great ...

Learning to lose weight is truly a life changing process requiring a real change in how you eat. The Food Allergy Survival Guide is the tool that can help you make this life change, and you wouldn't believe how easy it is ... . teaching you about new healthier foods and how to prepare them and, once learned, you'll have these tools for life. Some of the other information you'll learn includes:

Protein, fat and carbohydrate -- find out exactly how to break down your total caloric intake and the percentage you should be eating of these three components - page 131

Discover great tasting alternatives to gluten-containing foods - page 115

Find out about breaking down fats, why they're important, their function and where to find them -- page 138

Try the special meal planning section including snacks and entertaining ideas along with a complete breakdown each of the nutrients -- pages 141-143

Tons of tips on how to eat out, including ideas for research and tips on calling restaurants to set yourself up for success -- page 146

What's the 'oat controversy'? Find out - page 114

Fruit is nature's sweet treat, loaded with prebiotics and a favorite for supporting healthy intestinal bacteria. Fruits are also loaded with phytochemicals and antioxidants - page 135

Think milk and dairy are the only sources of Vitamin D and calcium? Try these great ideas for naturally supplying your body with this vital vitamin and mineral - page 137

Though wheat is the primary grain consumed worldwide, doubling in the last 30 years to nearly 600 million tons per year, Food Allergy Survival Guide shows you how to use wonderful alternative grains to combat your wheat/gluten allergy, without sacrificing taste, texture and versatility - pages 105-108

The Cookbook

Eating healthy non-allergic foods doesn't have to be tasteless or boring. In the cookbook half of The Food Allergy Survival Guide you will discover a new world of mouth watering and nourishing recipes, from the easy and familiar to the exotic, there's something here for everyone, regardless of your food needs.

First, before the recipes, there's an entire chapter devoted to kitchen basics, teaching you, in the simplest of terms, how to find and use all the new ingredients you've been introduced to, including a section devoted entirely to baking!

You'll also find a complete nutritional analysis of every single recipe.

The cookbook of Food Allergy Survival Guide gives you guidance on how to cook and bake, tips on where to find the best whole, healthy ingredients and how to use them. Here are just a few great recipes included in this cookbook:

  • Learn how to make frosting healthy without losing the richness and taste, as well as fun, different ideas to substitute frosting.

  • The Renowned Baked Potato Page

  • Spice blends

  • Baked beans

  • Sloppy Joes

  • Chili

  • Slaws and potato salads

  • Dressings, mayo and vinaigrettes

  • Dairy-free sauces and soups

  • Spreads and dips for parties/snacks

  • Soy-free meatless entrées

  • Main-dish salads

  • Egg-free breakfast dishes and desserts

Food Allergy Survival Guide is a no-nonsense and very readable book that clears up all the confusion surrounding our attempts to comprehend food allergies and includes easy-to-understand explanations, with realistic and well-researched advice, as well as an excellent cookbook!

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