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HFS Food Allergy Awareness Training PPT_compressed.pptx

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FOOD ALLERGY AWARENESS
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LEARNING OBJECTIVES The purpose of this overview is to create food allergy awareness. It is not intended to diagnose medical conditions or prescribe treatment. When you have completed the overview you should know: Common food allergens Why food allergy awareness is important Ways to limit cross-contamination of foods The appropriate ways to respond to customer questions and concerns This overview should take approximately 7 minutes to review. At the end, you will be directed to an online quiz and further instructions. The complete process should take no more than 15 minutes.
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WHAT IS A FOOD ALLERGY? The body’s physiological response to a food it sees as harmful When the body encounters the food, it triggers an immune system reaction to fight the invader by creating antibodies
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MAJOR FOOD ALLERGENS In the U.S., there are eight foods considered to be major allergens: 1. Dairy 2. Eggs 3. Fish 4. Peanuts 5. Shellfish 6. Soy 7. Tree nuts 8. Wheat The Canadian government has added one more to the list: 9. Sesame
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COMMON ALLERGIC REACTIONS Reactions Can Be Subtle and/or Mild Fullness in the ears Hiccups Mild itching and swelling at the points of contact with skin Redness of the skin
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COMMON ALLERGIC REACTIONS Reactions Can Be Severe and/or Life Threatening Several organs can be affected all at once Usually appear within 1‒15 minutes but may develop over a period of hours after contact
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ANAPHYLAXIS―THE MOST SEVERE ALLERGIC REACTION General Symptoms May Include: Drop in blood pressure
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