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FARE is focused on improving outcomes and quality of life for the patient and their families, always in tandem with a trained healthcare professional.

Food Allergy Guide

FARE has relaunched its “Food Allergy Guide” – an easy-to-understand booklet for newly diagnosed individuals – available for order free of charge by health care providers who plan to distribute the guides to their patients and their families. From information on epinephrine to how to read a food label, FARE’s Food Allergy Guide is meant to complement the care you provide.

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Food Allergy Guide

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Additional Patient Materials for Download

FARE provides patient materials to support the care that you provide. These detailed resources can be easily printed in color or black and white for your patients as additional information on a variety of food allergy topics. 

 

Understanding Food Labels

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Audience/Use: Patient Education

Description: Managing life with a food allergy means reading packaged food labels—every time. This resource covers a variety of approaches that work and laws like the Food Allergy Labeling and Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA).

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Tips for Avoiding Your Allergen

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Audience/Use: Patient Education

Description: Newly diagnosed patients should familiarize themselves with their allergen and the foods it often appears in, but food allergens can appear in surprising places and go by less-common names.

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How to Avoid Cross-Contact

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Audience/Use: Patient Education

Description: Do your patients know the difference between cross-contact and cross-contamination? A tiny amount of food protein can cause life-threatening reactions in people with food allergies.

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Dining Out With Food Allergies

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Audience/Use: Patient Education

Description: When dining out with food allergies, planning ahead is important. Patients can use these tips to have a better dining experience.

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Preparing Others to Care For Children with Food Allergies

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Audience/Use: Patient Education

Description: Managing food allergies is a team effort. There are some important steps parents and guardians can take to prepare for when children are not in their care.

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Food Allergy Frequently Asked Questions

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Audience/Use: Patient Education

Description: Can you outgrow a food allergy? Is there a cure? We’ve answered some of the most frequent questions about managing food allergies.

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How to Read a Label for a Sesame-Free Diet

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Audience/Use: Patient Education

Description: Sesame is not currently included in the list of major allergens that must be declared by food manufacturers by law. Help patients learn about ingredients to avoid with a sesame allergy, including uncommon names for the ingredient.

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