The six-food elimination diet for eosinophilic esophagitis increases grocery shopping cost and complexity

Scope: Objective analysis of the increased costs and need to visit specialty grocery stores that clients endure when following an elimination diet. Who may be interested in reading full article?  Dietitians that provide elimination diet counselling, may find this article

Diets for diagnosis and management of food allergy: The role of the dietitian in eosinophilic esophagitis in adults and children

Scope: Excellent, practical review of recent research on this topic. Information is organized into the dietary elimination, reintroduction and management phases. Who may be interested in reading full article?  Highly recommended reading for dietitians working with EGID clients. Pub Med

Practice paper of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics: Role of the registered dietitian nutritionist in the diagnosis and management of food allergies

Scope: Good, general overview of the dietary management of immediate (IgE mediated) food allergy. Who may be interested in reading full article? Dietitians without a strong background in food allergy. The information is basic. Pub Med ID – 27671759

British Dietetic Association systematic review and evidence-based practice guidelines for the dietary management of irritable bowel syndrome in adults (2016 update)

Scope: Several research questions related to IBS and diet are reviewed. An evidence graded concluding statement and practical considerations are given. Who may be interested in reading full article?  All dietitians working with IBS clients. Pub Med ID – 27272325

Internet and food allergy: What patients are seeking and what they do with the information

Scope: Highlights the importance of asking clients what they have learned from online sources and discussing misinformation.  The most common online resources for immediate food allergy information are given. Who may be interested in reading full article? Dietitians working with

The ins and outs of managing avoidance diets for food allergies

Scope: Brief overview of new research and food allergy pathology (including IgE mediated, eosinophilic esophagitis and food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome). Potential nutrient deficiencies and key messages for important counselling topics (with a focus on pediatrics). Who may be interested