An allergy diagnosis can be overwhelming and life changing but this book brings together all the in-depth information and practical tips you need. It includes interviews with the country’s leading allergy experts, advice from people living with allergies and has been endorsed by Allergy UK.
Living With Allergies has 5* from over 45 reviews on Amazon. It provides insight into each allergic condition, how to cope at different life stages and information on diagnosis, treatment and everyday management. It also includes tips the doctors don’t tell you: How do you manage allergy anxiety? How do you keep your child safe at school? How can you travel abroad with allergies? This book will help you learn how to live with allergies in a proactive and positive way.
“The most comprehensive book on allergy ever.” Allergy UK
“This is the book you need when you leave the doctor’s office.” Professor Adam Fox, Paediatric Allergy Consultant
Emma Amoscato is a journalist and mother of two children with multiple food and enviromental allergies. When her son had an anaphylactic reaction, she started writing about her experiences but couldn’t find the practical and detailed book she was looking for, so she decided to write it. After successfully launching Living With Allergies and raising awareness, Emma realised there was no non-fiction book explaining food allergies to children, so she set about creating it.
Emma is studying a masters in the pscyhology and neuroscience of mental health at King’s College London so she can further support people struggling with anxiety about allergies and more. She is passionate about helping families with food allergies feel safe and included.