Dining out with food allergies may be safer with at least 15 precautions | #ESC_LLC #Restaurant #Allergies #Health | A survey of people with food allergies who dine out successfully has found they employ quite a few strategies.
Those who never had an allergic reaction in a restaurant tended to employ an average of 15 strategies to avoid allergens, while those who have had a reaction tended to use only six different strategies before suffering a problem, researchers found. (Please scroll down)
“Physicians can encourage families to use several different strategies when dining out in an effort to prevent food allergy reactions,” the study’s co-author, Dr. Leigh Ann Kerns, a pediatric allergist and immunologist at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital in Ohio, told Reuters Health by email.
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