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Food Allergy
Egg | Dairy | Peanut
How to get started

Food ideas for your food-allergy child
Has your child just been diagnosed with food allergy?
Get help with what foods to avoid, and what foods are safe

Dr Rodney Ford
Paediatrician, Food Allergy Specialist MD MBBS FRACP
Mrs Chris Ford

Copyright 2012 Dr Rodney Ford
Published by Dr Rodney Ford at Smashwords
http://www.DrRodneyFord.com

Dedication: To so many of my patients
who have made this book possible.

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What this book is about

Food for food allergy babies and children. It will give you answers to the questions: "Is my child getting all the nutrients needed?" "What foods are safe to eat?" What foods do I have to cut out?" "How do I encourage my child to eat new foods?

George also needed our help. Mother says:

"Thanks for helping us with our boy, George. He developed eczema on his body, legs and face when he was only 2 months old - and it steadily got worse. I breast fed George up until he was 6 months old and I tried going dairy free for 3 weeks. But this did not improve his eczema. While George did have some settled periods, he was mostly difficult to settle, both during the day & night. He would wake during the night screaming and from about 5 months would be constantly scratching all over his body where the eczema was.

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