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Below you can find information regarding allergy websites, tips, recipes, allergy apps for your phone, and more!

Anaphylaxis Resources & Information:  Information on how to use your Allerject  Information on how to use your EpiPen  (FARE; Food Allergy Research & Education) Information about food allergies and updated information on food labels, restaurant guides, and creative recipe ideas  (previously Anaphylaxis Canada) Information on anaphylaxis, advocates for people with food allergy and anaphylaxis  Information for medical bracelets/IDs

Other Helpful Websites Regarding Allergy:  Website offering stylish, personalized medical ID jewellery  Allergy Asthma Information Association - resource on allergy and asthma  Allergy Safe Communities - reference on anaphylaxis and allergy  Allergic Living Magazine - magazine dedicated to families with allergies


For email or social media (Twitter) alerts for food allergy issues, you can register on the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

Helpful information

Suggested Diets for:

Balsam of Peru Allergy
Cobalt Allergy
Fructose Malabsorption (Intolerance)
Nickel Allergy
Salicylate Allergy

If you have any additional questions about nutrition or healthy eating, visit or call toll-free at 1-877-510-5102.

Some Helpful Apps for Food Allergies:

WhyRiskIt - food allergy education app for pre-teens, teens and young adults

NxtNutrio - scan barcodes when grocery shopping to identify whether the food product contains your allergen

Fast Food Allergy Helper - look up available fast food menus that do not contain your food allergen

Emergency Phone Wallpaper - set your phone screen background to allow access to your entire medical background including emergency contacts, vital conditions, allergies, medications, blood type and organ donors, etc.

Food Companies that Promote Allergen-Free Products:

Chapmans - Ice Cream Products

Kinnerton - Chocolate and Candy
EnjoyLife - Products are free-from the top eight allergens: wheat/gluten, dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, soy, fish and shellfish
Glutino - Snacks and Other Gluten-Free Pantry Items

Safety Tips Using Insect Repellent:
Always read the entire label prior to application of the repellent.
Apply only a small amount of repellent, you do not need a lot for it to be effective. Do not use under clothing.
If you get repellent in your eyes, rinse them immediately with water.
Do not use the repellent on open wounds, or if your skin is irritated or sunburned.
Avoid breathing spray mists and never apply sprays inside a tent. Use only in well-ventilated areas. Do not use near food.
Spray on your hands first, then apply to your face and wash your
hands immediately after.
Wash treated skin with soap and water when you return indoors.
Always supervise the application of insect repellents on children.
If you suspect that you are reacting to an insect repellent; stop using
the product immediately, wash treated skin, and get medical help.
When you go to the doctor, take the product container with you.

*Always apply sunscreen BEFORE applying insect repellent*

For additional information on insect repellent safety, use, bug bite protection, choosing insect repellent that is right for you, and more, please visit the
Government of Canada’s Insect Repellent Section on Healthy Living.

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