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How Are Food Allergies Affecting Your Life?

Attend a FREE conference call on "How are Food Allergies Affecting your Life?" with Sarah Curcio of Celiac and Allergy Support. Sarah has a broad range of experience and is partnering with Brian Keating's webinar/technology facilitation company, Digital Transformation, to bring you this valuable, powerful, interactive experience.

Possible food allergies consist of wheat, gluten, dairy, eggs, soy, fish, shell fish, peanuts, tree nuts, chocolate, garlic, onion, corn, sugar and yeast. Individuals with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity are also welcome to join.

Symptoms include tingling/itching in the mouth, hives, itching, eczema, swelling of the lips, tongue, throat, or other parts of the body, wheezing, nasal congestion, trouble breathing, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, lightheadedness, or fainting. Plus, there is anaphylaxis shock.

When: Monday, Nov. 21, 2011

Time: 7-8 p.m.

Where: Teleconference

To register: Visit

For more information: Contact Sarah Curcio at 732-856-0425 or [email protected]. You can also reach Brian Keating at 848-248-0143 or [email protected].

Note: Beyond Celiac provides information on gluten-free events as a service to the community. Please note that Beyond Celiac cannot assure the event participant or restaurant patron of the gluten-free practices or knowledge of the restaurants cited if they have not completed the Beyond Celiac GREAT Kitchens program, which provides accredited gluten-free training to restaurants and other foodservice providers. Please call the venue directly to learn more about their preparation processes.


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