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Managing food allergies

Managing food allergies

Managing food allergies

Key learning points:

 - Different kinds of food allergy and their immune reactions

 - Dietary interventions for food allergies

 - Testing for food allergies

Allergic diseases are one of the most common causes of chronic illness in developed countries with food allergy emerging as a substantial public health concern over the last 10-15 years.1,2 In the UK it is predominantly addressed in primary care with most cases being diagnosed and treated by GPs.3-5 

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