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Social Media Tools to Spread Food Allergy Awareness


The second week of May is a special time of year to educate your family and friends about life with food allergies. Our social media tools let you do this quickly and easily. Change your Facebook cover and profile pictures to spread food allergy awareness. We also have easy-to-share messages and infographics.

How to share images:
Click or tap on an image. Save it to your computer or mobile device. (For desktop computers, right-click and "save as".) Then share the image with your friends and family via social media. Be sure to tag us if you share on Instagram (@kidswithfoodallergies) or Twitter (@kfatweets).

 

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Save and Share These Awareness Ribbons and Profile Pictures:

Food allergy advocate awareness ribbon
Food allergy and asthma awareness ribbon
 
Food Allergy FPIES Awareness Ribbon
food allergy and eosinophil awareness
 

 
 

Change Your Social Media Cover:

Facebook Covers

Food Allergy Awareness Week May 9-15 2021. Food allergies are treated every 3 minutes. Join KFA to take action, prevent emergencies and save lives.
Food Allergy Awareness - Food allergies can be challenging. Join KFA for support and tools to help you manage better.

Twitter Covers

Food Allergy Awareness - food allergies can be challening. Join KFA for support and tools to help you manage easier.

 

Food Allergy Awareness Week May 9-15, 2021. Food allergy emergencies are treated every 3 minutes. Join us to take action, save lives and prevent allergic reactions.

 

Share Our Food Allergy Infographics:

Help us teach others about food allergies and how to keep kids safe with our easy-to-share food allergy facts. Visit our photo album on our community for more options! Here's some of our most popular images:

Any food can trigger an allergic reaction, but the most common are peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, soy, wheat, sesame, other seeds, and fruits.
Prevent food allergy reactions. Always use soap and water or wipes to clean hands or surfaces. Hand sanitizers do not remove food proteins.
Managing food allergies means you have to carefully read all labels every time, even on non-food items. Ingredients can and do change.
Food allergies can trigger anaphylaxis. When treated promptly with epinephrine, it usually resolves right away. When treatment is delayed, potentially life-threatening complications can happen.
Over-the-counter allergy medicine will not stop anaphylaxis. The first line of treatment for severe allergic reaction is epinephrine.
Symptoms of anaphylaxis usually involve more than one part of the body. Some symptoms impact the mouth, lungs, skin, brain, heart and stomach
 

Quick Tweets to Spread Food Allergy Awareness:

  1. A food allergy is when the body's immune system sees a certain food as harmful and reacts against it. Symptoms can be life-threatening. https://ctt.ec/zTa9b+ #FoodAllergyAwarenessWeek via @kfatweets Tweet This
     
  2. Over-the-counter allergy medicine (antihistamines) will not stop anaphylaxis. The first line of treatment for severe allergic reaction is epinephrine. https://ctt.ec/JxecU+ via @kfatweets Tweet This
     
  3. Hand sanitizers do not remove food proteins. Use soap and water or wipes to clean hands and surfaces. https://ctt.ec/Hbl2E+ via @kfatweets Tweet This
     
  4. Managing food allergies means you have to carefully read all labels, every time, even on non-food items. Ingredients can and do change. https://ctt.ec/cLQEW+ via @kfatweets Tweet This
     
  5. Read food labels every time you buy a product, even if you've used that product before. Ingredients can and do change: https://ctt.ec/txp6h+ #FoodAllergyAwarenessWeek via @kfatweets Tweet This
 



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