Food-induced anaphylaxis: clinical highlights and knowledge gaps

Highlights: Very concise review of practical considerations in food anaphylaxis. Application to Dietetic Practice: Good review for all dietitians in clinical practice. Web Link


Primary prevention of allergic disease through nutritional interventions

Background: Delaying the introduction of allergenic foods for the prevention of allergy is a controversial topic. In 2000, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended delaying highly allergenic foods for infants with a family history of allergy. However, allergy rates


Nutrition assessment in celiac disease

Highlights: This article, written by two expert celiac dietitians, provides a useful overview of celiac medical nutrition therapy. The checklists for assessment, education topics, follow-up monitoring and sources of unintentional gluten ingestion make it a handy reference. Potential nutrition diagnoses


Practical approach to nutrition and dietary intervention in pediatric food allergy

Highlights: Infants diagnosed with food allergy are at an increased risk for malnutrition. Nutrient dense foods are often restricted and nutrient requirements may increase (increased energy demands with tissue inflammation, decreased nutrient absorption, etc.). This article provides an overview of