Kids’ Allergies: Peanuts and Tree Nuts
Copyright © 2011 www.melanielundheim.com.Any reproduction of these materials requir...
Disclaimer:	

The materials and other information provided by this
presentation are for educational, communication, and
in...
Peanuts are legumes and they grow in the ground.
3
Tree nuts, like these, grow on trees.
4
Here’s what some types of tree nuts
look like inside and outside their shells.
Almond Brazil Nut Chestnut
Hazelnut Hickory...
You must not smell, touch, taste, or eat
peanuts and tree nuts if you’re allergic to them.
6
Peanuts and tree nuts hide in foods,
like these and many others, so be careful.
7
When kids or adults offer you foods you’re
not sure are safe, politely say,“No thank you.”
8
To find out if a food contains peanuts or tree nuts, ask:
• Will you read the ingredients for me? 	

• Does it contain pean...
Always use clean utensils, and don’t share with anyone.
10
• Scared	

• Sick	

• Faint	

• Itchy	

• Dizzy	

• Swollen	

• Nauseated	

• Breathless	

• Or other symptoms
Exposure to...
At all times, wear your medical bracelet and carry
your doctor-prescribed, life-saving medication with you.
12
If you don’t feel well, tell an adult,
who may give you medicine and call 911.
13
Before you eat, check what’s in your food
and how it was prepared to be sure it’s safe.
14
Remember to wash your hands before and
after eating, and at other times during the day.
15
During snack and meal time,
eat in a peanut- and tree-nut-free area.
16
Never tease about food allergies.
17
Stay safe!
• Wash your hands	

• Ask before you eat or drink	

• Avoid sharing such items as food, drinks,
utensils, masks...
About the presenters:
Soren and Tessa have life-threatening peanut-
and tree-nut allergies.Together with their
parents, fr...
Thanks to the following for their support:
Models: Soren,Tessa, Melanie,Andy, Macy, Gabe, and Priscilla.
Voice/Recording T...
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Kids Allergies: Peanuts and Tree Nuts shows children with peanut allergies and tree nut allergies what peanuts and tree nuts look like inside and outside their shells. The book also discusses where peanuts and tree nuts may hide, the importance of carrying life-saving medications at all times, and how to stay safe. For more information, visit http://melanielundheim.com.

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Kids Allergies: Peanuts and Tree Nuts

  1. 1. Kids’ Allergies: Peanuts and Tree Nuts Copyright © 2011 www.melanielundheim.com.Any reproduction of these materials requires prior written consent. 1
  2. 2. Disclaimer: The materials and other information provided by this presentation are for educational, communication, and information purposes only and are not intended to replace or constitute medical advice or treatments. 2
  3. 3. Peanuts are legumes and they grow in the ground. 3
  4. 4. Tree nuts, like these, grow on trees. 4
  5. 5. Here’s what some types of tree nuts look like inside and outside their shells. Almond Brazil Nut Chestnut Hazelnut Hickory Nut Pecan Pine Nut Pistachio Walnut 5
  6. 6. You must not smell, touch, taste, or eat peanuts and tree nuts if you’re allergic to them. 6
  7. 7. Peanuts and tree nuts hide in foods, like these and many others, so be careful. 7
  8. 8. When kids or adults offer you foods you’re not sure are safe, politely say,“No thank you.” 8
  9. 9. To find out if a food contains peanuts or tree nuts, ask: • Will you read the ingredients for me? • Does it contain peanuts or tree nuts? • Was it made in a facility that processes peanuts or tree nuts? • Was it made on equipment that processes peanuts or tree nuts? • Has it ever come into contact with peanuts or tree nuts? Are you sure? 9
  10. 10. Always use clean utensils, and don’t share with anyone. 10
  11. 11. • Scared • Sick • Faint • Itchy • Dizzy • Swollen • Nauseated • Breathless • Or other symptoms Exposure to peanuts or tree nuts could make you feel: 11
  12. 12. At all times, wear your medical bracelet and carry your doctor-prescribed, life-saving medication with you. 12
  13. 13. If you don’t feel well, tell an adult, who may give you medicine and call 911. 13
  14. 14. Before you eat, check what’s in your food and how it was prepared to be sure it’s safe. 14
  15. 15. Remember to wash your hands before and after eating, and at other times during the day. 15
  16. 16. During snack and meal time, eat in a peanut- and tree-nut-free area. 16
  17. 17. Never tease about food allergies. 17
  18. 18. Stay safe! • Wash your hands • Ask before you eat or drink • Avoid sharing such items as food, drinks, utensils, masks, and musical wind instruments • Wear your medical bracelet • Get help right away if you don’t feel well • Follow your doctor’s orders • Keep your medicine with you all the time 18
  19. 19. About the presenters: Soren and Tessa have life-threatening peanut- and tree-nut allergies.Together with their parents, friends, and photographers, they created this presentation to help children prevent, recognize, and respond to exposures within and away from home. ! Disclaimer: The materials and other information provided by this presentation are for educational, communication, and information purposes only and are not intended to replace or constitute medical advice or treatments. ! For more information, visit: www.melanielundheim.com. Soren,Andy, Melanie, and Tessa Copyright © 2011 www.melanielundheim.com.Any reproduction of these materials requires prior written consent. 19
  20. 20. Thanks to the following for their support: Models: Soren,Tessa, Melanie,Andy, Macy, Gabe, and Priscilla. Voice/Recording Talent:Ariel and Eden. Photographers: Kathi Carlson (pgs. 11, 13), Jill Fromer (pgs. 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16), andWendy Zins (pgs. 1, 6, 8, 9, 17, 18, 19, 20). 20

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