Guide Offers Help for Travelers With Allergies

foodWith 1 in 3 travelers allegedly suffering from at least one food sensitivity or allergy, a new guidebook, "Let's Eat Out! Allergy Free Passport", offers advice for  travelers on how to dine out anywhere in the world and avoid problems with allergic reactions from the food.

The guide, claiming to be the first of its kind, addresses the most popular cuisines and gives readers full range of allergy info about the cuisines, ingredients, preparations, what questions to ask and how to ask, for each of the 10 most prevalent food allergens.

Let's Eat Out! says it is a visa to the world of eating out for people who normally have to worry constantly about having a bad reaction to a meal. It helps them communicate their food requirements, order allergy-free menu items and enjoy allergy-free meals anywhere in the world.

Let's Eat Out! addresses seven popular cuisines (American, Chinese, French, Indian, Italian, Mexican and Thai) and gives people the tools to enjoy each cuisine anywhere in the world while avoiding 10 of the most prevalent allergens which it says includes(gluten, peanuts, soy, fish, eggs, dairy, wheat, nuts, corn, shellfish). 

It guide reports it covers more than 175 specific menu items, 200 breakfast and beverage suggestions, 300 questions to ask and how to say them in the specific language, 130 snack and light meal ideas, 50 global airlines, and hundreds of tips from 15 chefs and culinary experts.

The book also offers testimony of 10 health, medical and nutritional experts and 20 long-term sufferers of various food allergies with extensive experience in dining out worldwide. Details of the guidebook can be found online.


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