Peanut allergy fighters need allies! You are not alone in the battle against food allergies and anaphylaxis. Visit these online food allergy resources to learn more about managing food allergies, connect with food allergy awareness advocates, and read the latest on food allergy treatment research.
Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) offers extensive information on food allergy management, promotes food allergy awareness and invests in research toward a food allergy cure. Visit their peanut allergy guide for great information on reading food labels, eating out at restaurants and more.
The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Connection Team (FAACT) is an advocacy organization dedicated to raising awareness about food allergies, protecting the civil rights of people with food allergies and educating the public on how to prevent and treat anaphylaxis.
Allergy Eats is an online restaurant guide for people with food allergies, featuring user-generated allergy-friendliness ratings and reviews of restaurants across the United States. Allergy Eats also offers a mobile app for iOS and Android.
Snack Safely provides a helpful, regularly updated guide to school-friendly snacks that are considered safe for people with peanut and tree nut allergies. The site also features coupons for allergy-friendly foods, and the Snack Safely blog offers good information on how to read food labels and research food manufacturers.
Allergy Home offers a number of printable educational guides, posters and slideshows for people with food allergies, parents of children with food allergies, school staff and medical professionals. Learn about the basics of food allergy management, how to read food labels, how to recognize and treat anaphylaxis, and much more.
Allergic Living Magazine features articles on food allergy management, food allergy research, recipes and more. Their free Six That Save Lives educational poster on how to recognize and treat anaphylaxis is a great educational tool to share with family members and school staff.
Note: The resources listed here are included because the site author has personally found them helpful, or because other food allergy awareness advocates, people with food allergies, or parents of children with food allergies have recommended to the site author that they be included here. When Peanuts Attack does not accept payment for inclusion on this list.