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What is food allergies?
Caring for a child with severe food allergies can be intimidating at times, but you cannot refuse to accept a child in your child care program, because they have food allergies.
According to this training, if a child have an allergy to cow’s milk, their immune system identifies cow’s milk as an invader and attacks it by releasing chemicals called ___________. The immune system then overreacts by producing antibodies called __________. (fill in the blank)
A severe allergic reaction with hypersensitive, can be life threatening. Foods represent the most common cause of hypersensitive among children. Symptoms can develop within a few minutes or several hours.
Foods to avoid include: (choose all that apply)
What is the difference between food allergy and food intolerance?
The Consumer Protection Act requires manufacturers to identify if any of these foods are present in a product or if the product has been exposed to any of these ingredients during its preparation. The Food label should list the common or usual name of the ingredient of the food source from which the major food allergen comes from.
Children who have a history of severe allergic reaction may keep an EpiPen at school. EpiPens is a device that administers a single dose of epinephrine when quickly pressed against the skin. What is epinephrine?
Food preparation is an important part of preventing illness and an allergic reaction. Food hazards can be in the air, water, other foods, surfaces, and on food service workers hands and bodies. How can illness and an allergic reaction be prevented?
All statements are true about food poisoning EXCEPT: