Life with Food Allergies

If you or someone you love is new to food allergies, start with the basics of understanding the condition, as well as how to prevent and treat reactions.

Food Allergy 101

Get the facts on what food allergies are—and what they aren’t—along with how to recognize the symptoms and seek testing from a healthcare professional.

Newly Diagnosed

If you’re new to food allergies, it is normal to feel overwhelmed by the required changes to your diet and lifestyle. Over time, it will begin to feel more manageable.

Living Well Everyday

When someone develops a food allergy, everyone in the family must learn to adapt. FARE has information and resources that will help you to stay safe and live well.

Managing Life's Milestones

Learn how to manage your food allergies at...

Your home is one of the easier places to manage a food allergy. Here, you control if, when and how different foods are introduced.
Managing food allergies at work presents its own set of challenges, from storing your lunch in the office kitchen to attending catered conferences.
Going to college is a great time for new friends and new experiences, but it brings with it new challenges. Click here for tips and resources.
By working with school personnel, other parents and your physician, you can make sure your child has a safe and rewarding experience.
Camp is something every child should have the chance to experience, and children with food allergies are no exception.
Enjoying restaurant meals with friends and family doesn’t have to be off limits just because you have a food allergy.
Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, planning ahead is key to making your trip safe and enjoyable.
Learn more about how to maintain a healthy relationship and have essential conversations regarding your food allergy.

Stay Informed

Sign up to receive the latest food allergy news and alerts.

In the Know

Find Comfort with Others

It helps to know you’re not alone when it comes to food allergies. Find a support group and meet others in your area.

The Power of Patient Data

FARE’s new patient registry harnesses the power of data to accelerate food allergy research. Join this exciting initiative today.