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Is your child one of the millions of kids who live with a food allergy? Living Without can help. For over a decade we have been helping parents of children with food allergies deal with the challenges that are unique to them.

In this section you will find topics that won’t just help you with what to feed your allergic child but also what you need to know when working with your child’s pediatrician and school.
In Pediatric Allergist Question and Answer, Pediatric Allergists answer common questions for any parent of a child with food allergies ranging from drug allergies to the effectiveness of certain therapies.

Sending a child to school with food allergies can be daunting for any parent. But it doesn’t have to be.  Living Without can give you the information you need with informative articles that will help you take the proper steps to make going to school safer.

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Research Roundup: Quinoa is OK, Bad Reactions, Refractory Celiac Is Rare & More!

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Research Roundup: Quinoa is OK, Bad Reactions, Refractory Celiac Is Rare & More!

The latest medical news for people with allergies and food sensitivities

Super-nutritious quinoa is a staple for many on the gluten-free diet. A seed (not a grain), quinoa differs biologically from gluten-containing grains (wheat, barley and rye) but there’s been little data describing the gastrointestinal effects of eating quinoa for those with celiac disease. A study published in January in the American Journal of Gastroenterology determined that quinoa is not harmful. In fact, among study participants, all of whom had celiac, there was a trend toward improved small bowel health after quinoa consumption (about ¼ cup daily for six weeks). Eating quinoa also had a mild choles-terol-lowering effect, a heart-healthy benefit.

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