September 29 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
A food allergy occurs when the immune system fails to develop tolerance to harmless food proteins and responds as if they were harmful. Food allergy is defined as an adverse health effect arising from a specific immune response that occurs from exposure to a given food. Join us to learn about the most common food allergies and how to navigate the introduction of these allergens.
- The big 8 (food allergens)
- When to introduce and how much
- Navigating solid foods & label reading
Ideal for parents with children:
- 0 – 8 months
This seminar is eligible for your NCSF FREE Pass. Please note this code is only for Potomac Pediatrics patients.CODE: NCSF2020
Disclaimer: Patients that have already used their free pass who apply this code, your credit card on file will automatically be charged the event registration fee.
Tickets are non-refundable. Your insurance will be billed for this seminar. If your child does not have nutritional benefits the ticket price will cover a portion of the cost of your attendance. Cost of attendance is $30 maximum if you do not have nutrition benefits through your insurance carrier. Any remaining balance beyond your ticket price will be charged to your credit card on file. If your insurance remits payment to Potomac Pediatrics your $10 ticket will be applied to your copay if applicable or credited back to your patient account. This varies by insurance carrier and policy. Should you miss the class your ticket is not refundable, and an additional fee will be due.