My cousin Dennis has food allergies and it’s a serious problem for him, especially when he travels overseas. If you have food allergies, too, you’ll be interested in this site. Making sure that the server/chef at a restaurant knows exactly what your allergies are is not the easiest thing to do – especially if there’s a language barrier. But thanks to SelectWisely, the chances of having an allergic reaction have just dropped dramatically. SelectWisely has a whole slew of travel translation cards for $8.50. They can be translated from English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Greek, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian and Continental), Russian, Swedish, Thai and Chinese (Mainland and Taiwan). If they don’t provide cards with your allergy or in your language, you can place a special order. Happy eating!