Southbury, CT (PRWEB) November 05, 2014
According to the World Allergy Organization, food allergy in preschool children in developed countries is now as high as 10%. Papoose Publishing LLC has just published a new electronic guide, 'Food Allergy Roundtable,' which is a handbook designed to help families of these children. This electronic book provides food allergy support group leaders, members and food allergy families solutions using simple inductive reasoning. This innovative book is different because it doesn't instruct readers, it helps readers to find the best answer--which might be varied and unexpected.
The topics cover medical, emotional, educational and social issues. There are also chapters on more controversial topics such as how food allergies can contribute to autism, asthma and ADHD through the highly debated delayed allergy antibody or whether food allergies can be addressed and possibly prevented during pregnancy. There are over forty-five chapters from which to select a discussion topic which provides sufficient material for roughly a year’s worth of one-hour support group meetings. Each chapter contains a short essay that can be read in less than ten minutes. Five questions follow, each which can be used for ten minutes of discussion, yielding a one hour meeting agenda.
'Food Allergy Roundtable' was published by Papoose Publishing LLC on October 12, 2014. Its author, A. Anderson, received the NABE Pinnacle Award in 2009 as best book in the category of health for 'Flourishing with Food Allergies,' which was embraced by many food allergy support group leaders as well as parents of children with food allergies. Anderson has given presentations on food allergies on NBC and international food allergy support groups. For more information visit http://www.papoosepublishing.com or Amazon.