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e-Book Dietary Management of Food Allergies Intolerances: A Comprehensive Guide download

by Janice Vickerstoff Joneja

ISBN: 0968209823
ISBN13: 978-0968209820
Language: English
Publisher: J A Hall Pubns; Subsequent edition (March 1, 1998)
Pages: 426
Category: Nutrition
Subategory: Diets and Fitness

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The book contains a comprehensive method to detect culprit foods.

Dietary Management of Food Allergies & Intolerances by Janice Joneja, PhD, RDN is the most comprehensive book I've read on the topic. The author's credentials as a health care professional are impressive. She is an immunologist, medical microbiologist, and a registered dietitian. Credentials like this, to my knowledge, are very rare. The book contains a comprehensive method to detect culprit foods. It then details the foods you need to avoid and the ones you are allowed (by food group)for each food sensitivity. In other words, if you are sensitive to certain foods, you are given all the information you need to balance your diet using alternative foods.

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Janice Vickerstaff Joneja PhD RD. A food allergy is an immune system response to a food that the body mistakenly believes is harmful. Chemicals released by the immune system to protect the body trigger allergic reactions †varying widely from mild rashes to life-threatening anaphylactic shock. Often difficult to diagnose, food allergies can be lifetime afflictions †with no treatment other than avoiding the offending food. Dealing with Food Allergies presents up-to-date information on current diagnostic methods and treatment options.

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61 Summary Food Allergy: Immune system response Food Intolerance .

61 Summary Food Allergy: Immune system response Food Intolerance: Usually metabolic dysfunction Diagnostic Laboratory Tests: Often ambiguous because different physiological mechanisms are involved in triggering symptoms . 62 Summary Reliable tests for the detection of adverse reactions to foods:  Elimination and Challenge Final diet Must provide complete nutrition while avoiding all of the foods and food components that elicit symptoms on challenge.

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The cornerstone of food allergy management is avoidance of the identified allergen. A comprehensive nutrition assessment with appropriate intervention is warranted in all children with food allergies to meet nutrient needs and optimize growth. Allergen elimination diets can significantly affect quality of life and are not without nutritional risk. Patients must learn how to identify their allergen(s) in our vast food supply and meet their nutritional needs within the context of the elimination diet. However, dietary elimination in food allergy may also have undesirable consequences.

Food Allergies and Intolerances What Do They Really Mean? Food allergies and food intolerances are adverse reactions to foods that people often talk about. So, what does it really mean to be allergic or intolerant to a food or group of foods? To understand about food allergies and intolerances, we need to appreciate that there is a difference between the two conditions. Let’s look at the facts

Detailed discussion of food allergies and intolerances
Comments:
Granirad
I have this book and would not part with it no matter how high the costs go for this! I purchased this several years ago when my children were dx'd with various food allergies and intolerances, specifically to gluten and casein. I handled that with little help from this book, ONLY becasue I got this after we were on that fully. However, my daughter was more recently dx'd by biopsy with overall disaccharide deficiency (produces no enzymes for breaking down maltase, sucrase, lactase and palatinasa) and not one professional working with her could give me a diet plan for her (not the GI, the Immunologist, or the nutritionist they referred me to, who gave me two pages printed off the internet on the SCD...which was not going to work on this one).

This author has amazing credibility, her book is well written (I love research), and she explains in simple terms each of the various digestive problems and lists specifically which foods one can eat and whch to avoid. The lists are priceless. You'll know more than the doctors or the nutritionists who should have this book already. I suggest this book to anyone who is having or been dx'd with food intolerances or allergies. It's turned into a bible at our house.

Hinewen
Janice is the best resource that I've found on the subject.

Tat
Dietary Management of Food Allergies & Intolerances by Janice Joneja, PhD, RDN is the most comprehensive book I've read on the topic. The author's credentials as a health care professional are impressive. She is an immunologist, medical microbiologist, and a registered dietitian. Credentials like this, to my knowledge, are very rare.
The book covers every aspect of food allergy & intolerance. It is written for both the health care professional and the lay public. It is well laid out and includes scientific information at the beginning of each of the 37 chapters.
The book contains a comprehensive method to detect culprit foods. It then details the foods you need to avoid and the ones you are allowed (by food group)for each food sensitivity. In other words, if you are sensitive to certain foods, you are given all the information you need to balance your diet using alternative foods.
The chapters on irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and pediatric food allergy were of particular interest to me. The IBS recipes in the appendices are very good. The author's approach to IBS really works! Her theory is to rest the irritated bowel first (no rough foods - let it heal first) and then gradually add foods. You soon know which foods are causing you problems.
The pediatric section gives lots of valuable information on how you can help your baby avoid developing food allergy. It is especially useful if either or both parents have a history of allergy. The author gives a diet for breastfeeding mothers to follow. There is a chart to guide you on which foods to feed your baby at each stage of life (from birth to 2 years).
There are chapters on specific conditions - such as diets for migraine, Crohn's disease, urticaria & angioedima (hives & swelling), attention deficit disorder (ADDH), and eczema. Other chapters include specific methods if you are sensitive to nickel, sulfites, egg, grains, soy, peanut, yeast, molds, milk, lactose, chocolate, fish, shellfish, tyramine, histamine, food coloring agents, salicylates, benzoate, MSG, nitrite, nitrate, and/or butylated hydroxyanisole.
The author advises the reader to consult a physician when using the book.
Dr. Michael Lyon (MD) refers to Dr. Joneja's book in his new book "Healing the Hyperactive Brain" .
I attended an international symposium on Sustainable Medicine at Oxford, UK last year. Dr. Jonathon Brostoff who is the first chair of allergy in a UK medical school and is recognized throughout the medical world as an expert in allergy stated on the lecture podium that Dr. Joneja's book is by far the best ever written on the topic.
Dr. Brostoff highly recommends it. It deserves to become a standard reference text, according to Dr. Brostoff's colleague, Dr. Michael Radcliffe.
I highly recommend Dietary Management of Food Allergies & Intolerances to physicians, dietitians, community health nurses, and to people who suffer from food sensitivities.

Ttyr
The previous two reviewers did a great job about how great this book is. The book is large, but uses large text & lots of blank space to make it seem less intimidating. Also, there are only a pages of paragraph text on each topic, it's not an exhusting read. The tables for all the foods or also skincare & cooking items is great.
You can easily just flipped through to your possible allergy easily.
You can see more info at hallpublications com

Brakree
i got this big and expensive book to add to my collection. it was very scientific, but could be understood by a keen layman. it provided useful information on every area of food intolerance and possible treatments via food. A good book for my collection, but only useful if you want to self treat and your doctor has no clue of this area. Probably cheaper to read this book first then do all those (some bogus) food intolerance tests and blood prick tests.

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