The heartbreaking reality of the 'modern epidemic' of food allergies | ITV News

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    There is nothing more shocking than meeting a young woman, who was an outgoing, career driven, fun television producer, who now is constrained in a wheel chair, brain damaged and unable to speak.
    Amy May Shead is that woman and a serious food allergy sealed her fate.
    Amy was on holiday in Budapest with her friends in 2014. They all went to a restaurant and Amy showed the waiter her allergy card. It warned of her severe allergies in Hungarian and the waiter assured her the food she had ordered didn't have any nuts in it. Only it did.
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