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Food Allergies and Food Intolerance
"Food Allergies and Food Intolerance" by Jonathan Brostoff and Linda Gamlin (IBSN-0-89281-875-1) $19.95.
It is a terrific source since it provides lists of crossing reacting food groups at the end.
The whole book is a great read and contains an interesting historical perspective on the US/UK divide on the issues that plague us daily.
Jonathan is an MD with interests in asthma and food allergies and intolerance. He was researching food allergies and performing RASTs in the late 1970s when none of us took his work seriously, retribution indeed.
Linda is a "writer" so the book, while full of technical information (and 480 pages), is in a very assessible format.
The same authors also have written "Asthma, The Complete Guide to Intergrative Therapies," same style p481.
My local Barnes and Nobles had these, much to my surprise.
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