Food Allergy Management Boot Camp

Massachusetts General Hospital

Hosted by Mass General Hospital for Children
Co-Hosted by Kids With Food Allergies, a division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America

Parents and caregivers of children with food allergies are invited to an interactive group session that will provide tools for best practice in protecting and promoting your child’s health and well-being. Led by Dr. Michael Pistiner, from MassGeneral Hospital for Children, this interactive group session will help you:

• Gain food allergy management skills
• Increase confidence in avoiding food allergens
• Ease day-to-day stress of living with food allergy
• Coach others and your children on living confidently and safely

If you live in the Boston area, you can attend in person. Everyone else is invited to join the live stream on Facebook.

Visit the MassGeneral Facebook page to RSVP.


55 Fruit St, Boston, MA 02114

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Associations between lung and gut microbiome and the risk of developing
respiratory allergic disease have been found, indicating that both gut and
lung mucosa may function as a single organ, sharing immunological functions
and microorganisms. *Madan et al*
<> studied a cohort of
infants with cystic fibrosis and discovered a pattern of clusters of
bacteria, including potential pathogens such as *Enterococcus*, which were
present in early life in the gut and later in young life in the respiratory
tract. In the same study, they showed that changes in diet affected
patients’ respiratory microbiome, suggesting a link between nutrition and
the development of microbial communities in the respiratory tract.


On Fri, Jan 4, 2019, 3:04 PM Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America < wrote:
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