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Food Allergy Facts and FAQs: Apps Help

There is a range of foods that can cause you to have an allergic reaction, but knowing what they are is often a huge problem. There are those out there who just don’t have a clue as to the kind of foods that they should and should not be eating, but thankfully there is a range of iPhone apps on the market that offers you all the facts you need, along with a few FAQs.

One app that will be very popular in the U.S. is Safe2EatTB – Food Allergy. This offers a list of foods that is safe to eat from the Taco Bell menu, as well as offering you details on what ingredients have been put into each meal. This app is just $0.99 and is a small price to pay for peace of mind.

Food Allergy Detective is the next app on our list and has a price of $1.99. This app is designed to make it easier for you to know just what foods can cause allergies, as well as the symptoms that they can cause. You can also add the date and time that you had a food type, then if you begin to have an allergic reaction you can go back and discover what it was you ate on the day.

Allergy Mate consist of a list of FAQs, this app, which cost $1.99 is like your personal food allergy adviser. Here you will be able to keep track of all the latest information on 25 of the most common conditions. You do not been to be connected to the Internet to use most of the features on this app.

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Do you have a food allergy, has the use of apps helped you?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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