Dining out difficult for people with food allergies, but it doesn’t have to be

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The Centers for Disease Control estimates 50-million Americans battle a food allergy.  Although food allergies are more common in kids, adults can develop them later in life.

Health experts say there’s been an uptick in food allergies in the past twenty years.

Check out our interview with dietitian, Katy Figel from PacMed.  She has advice for people dining out and what you should do if you or someone you know has an allergic reaction.


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