Food training in Ireland: A guide

10:22:45This article will walk you through what to do if you have a food allergy.

What you need to know about food allergies:What are the signs and symptoms of an allergy?

How to tell if you need a specialist dietit will help you understand how an allergy developsWhat are some common food allergies?

How do you get an allergy diagnosis?

The key pointsFood allergies are common but there are many more.

The most common are to eggs, dairy, peanuts, shellfish, nuts, tree nuts, fruits, vegetables, fish, birds, and reptiles.

There are also some foods that are not allergic to one type of food but can cause an allergic reaction in others.

For example, milk can cause a reaction in people with peanut allergies.

Other foods that may trigger an allergic response include nuts, eggs, milk, honey, and sugar.

Some foods that do not cause an allergy are: salt, eggs and butter, nuts and seeds, peanuts and tree nuts.

If you have an allergy, you should contact your GP to see if you can get the test to test you for an allergy.

This article is based on a publication from RTE entitled Food Training in Ireland, A Guide.

It has been produced for use by those in the Irish media.

This is an extract from the content.

The guide has been written for adults over 16 and is aimed at people with an allergy to all types of food.

The information provided is general and is intended for use in personal situations.

For more information, contact the Irish Health Service on 1800 551 717.

The full text of this article can be found at www.foodtraininginireland.ie or download the PDF here:Food Training in Dublin