Ellen Karlin is a nutrition consultant with a vast professional and personal knowledge and expertise in helping food allergic patients manage their food allergies and improve their eating habits. She has worked both in private practice and at the Comprehensive Asthma and Allergy Center in Maryland for the past 34 years. Ellen earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland and a Master of Medical Science degree in nutrition education from Emory University. Ellen is a fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics . A nationally recognized speaker, she has delivered numerous lectures and workshops on the topic of food allergy. She was the technical reviewer for the 1998 ADA publication “Food Allergy”, author for the Food Allergy section in the ADA’s 2009 Nutrition Care Manual and technical reviewer for the Food Allergy section in the ADA’s 2010 Pediatric Nutrition Care Manual. She was the technical reviewer for the chapter on food sensitivities in the 2010 ADA Complete Food and Nutrition Guide. She was the co-author of “Dental and Oral Considerations in Pediatric Celiac Disease” published in Journal of Dentistry for Children, May 2016 and has contributed to a variety of other resources.
1. Delineate the differences between food allergy and intolerance.
2. Identify the leading hypotheses for the rapid rise in food allergy.
3. Describe the paradigm shift in infant feeding guidelines for food allergy prevention.
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