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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:48 pm 
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Location: Toronto
Thought I'd share this. I find the U.S. Lesley U. settlement fascinating as it points in the direction of "a right" to eat safely.

Here's my view: http://allergicliving.com/?post_type=post&p=15980

Most interested in others' thoughts.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 5:49 pm 
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Location: Barrie Ontario Canada
I definitely agree with you. One of the reasons I did not live in residence was the lack of understanding and availability of foods I could eat. At the time I was only lactose intolerant at the time but found majority of the food contained milk products and there were very few healthy options. I can't imagine trying to navigate cafeterias with my nut allergy. I hope more universities and colleges follow suit.

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Outgrew: Wheat, corn, egg, chicken, to name a few
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Allergic to: Tree nuts, percocet, toradol, environmental allergies and chemical allergies
Migraines caused by scented products, barometric pressure


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