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Completely revised and updated by Australia's leading food intolerance and allergy experts at Sydney’s Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, this accessible, best-selling guide is packed with expert advice, food charts and low-chemical recipes.
$38.00 including all postage and GST in Australia
The essential guide to managing common food allergies and intolerances, published August 2019.
Drawing on more than 30 years of research at RPAH Allergy Unit and the University of Sydney, this expert guidance is accessible, authoritative and clinically endorsed. Together with simple-to-use food chemical charts, sensible nutrition advice, meal plans and lifestyle tips on how best to adjust your diet and daily life, here is all the information you need to live life well.
Enjoy life with friendly food! Completely revised, updated and expanded to include more easy, delicious recipes for vegetarian dishes, salads, stir-fry, risotto and pasta sauces, this new edition of the original bestseller is designed to help anyone with a food intolerance or food allergy-infant, child or adult-avoid trigger foods, stay well and enjoy a full and rich life.
About the Authors
Royal Price Alfred Hospital Allergy Unit Sydney is a leading, world-class authority on food intolerance. Dr Anne R Swain is Head Dietitian at the RPAH Allergy Unit.
Dr Velencia L Soutter is a Consultant Paediatrician, with special interests in nutrition, food allergy, food intolerance and associated problems.
Dr Rob H Loblay is Director of RPAH Allergy Unit and a Clinical Immunologist, with special interests in allergic disease, food intolerance and diet-related gastrointestinal conditions.
ISBN: 9781760524593Format: Paperback 280 pagesPublished: 5th August 2019 by Murdoch Books
The Food Intolerance Network consists of nearly 15,000 families, mostly in Australia and New Zealand but with members in USA, UK, EU, Canada and several other countries. A grateful member just summarised what we do as 'helping families and taking corporations to task'. We'd say that's exactly what we do.
This has been the most life changing thing we have ever done - Janette
‘No parent should have to go through what we went through’ I said when I wrote my first book, a surprise best-seller that continues today to help many thousands of families to understand and deal with food intolerance.