Living in a world with autoimmune diseases or food allergies is too often like walking out onto a battlefield without knowing who your opponents are or where the next attack will come from.
When Food Can Kill You provides a constructive framework for managing and dealing with food allergies in different contexts and, with such, to help improve the quality of life for those who suffer with them daily.
Author Gabrielle Zimmerman explores:
How food industry innovations and trends have positively and negatively impacted the food allergy communityWhat life is like pre— and post-diagnosis of autoimmune diseases, like celiac disease, and multiple food allergiesHow common misconceptions impact food allergy sufferers and why they keep their diagnoses private at timesWith uncertainty comes fear and with a lack of understanding comes frustration. The world of food allergies has enough of both in it already. With just a bit of knowledge we can have a world that is healthier and safer for all.