Food and Food Additive Intolerance in Childhood by Gatongi David
This book describes the most up-to-date research on the problems of food and food additive intolerance as they affect the health of the child. Food and Food Additive Intolerance in Childhood examines the relative importance of food intolerance in specific disorders such as asthma, eczema, urticaria, behavior problems and migraine and will provide advice on the practical management of children with suspected adverse reactions to food. This highly comprehensive book contains new chapters on nut allergy, anaphylaxis and its management, and infant feeding and problems of infancy. Each chapter ends with annotated key references.