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Four Easy Steps to Improve Gut Health

Four Easy Steps to Improve Gut Health
We’ve all heard the saying “You are what you eat.” Though true, a more accurate saying would be “You are what you digest and absorb.” The...
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What to do when your Epinephrine Expires too soon

What to do when your Epinephrine Expires too soon
Has this ever happened to you? You head to the pharmacy to pick up your child’s most recent epinephrine prescription, take it home, and open it...
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Bakery Style Gluten Free Vanilla Cupcakes + Allergy Amulet

b2ap3_thumbnail_Screen-Shot-2017-01-11-at-10.20.12-AM.pngSee the newest blog post from Laura at Petite Allergy Treats! She dives into the latest on the Allergy Amulet, and provides a recipe for allergen-friendly...
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The Celiac Project Podcast – Navigating the Holidays & Giveaway

Do you find the holidays to be challenging as someone who lives a gluten free lifestyle/has Celiac Disease? I understand. That’s why I’ve teamed up with...
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Denver FARE Walk Recap

Denver FARE Walk Recap
It’s FARE Walk Season! These are great community-building events for families affected by food allergies–there are few other large-scale events where you can meet other people with food allergies...
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14 Ways Life for Food Allergy Moms is Easier Now

14 Ways Life for Food Allergy Moms is Easier Now
Being a Food Allergy Parent is hard. There is no doubt what-so-ever about that. Between putting a lot more work into “simple” meal planning to worrying...
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Ending Allergies Together: Finding a Cure For Food Allergies

Ending Allergies Together: Finding a Cure For Food Allergies
When I talk about food allergies to others, a question that comes up again and again is if there's a cure for food allergies. While I...
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Keeping Allergens in the House

Keeping Allergens in the House
When someone you love is diagnosed with a food allergy, that diagnosis sets you off along a huge learning curve. (I typo’d that with “learning curse”...
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Food Allergy Stats You Don’t Often See

Food Allergy Stats You Don’t Often See
A few weeks ago, I shared a link on our social media channels about a second Smart Case and App for carrying epinephrine autoinjectors–the case monitors...
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Turning Buildings Teal In Honor of Food Allergy Awareness Week!

Turning Buildings Teal In Honor of Food Allergy Awareness Week!
Food Allergy Awareness Week 2016 is in full swing, and each night landmark buildings across America will be lit up in teal in order to raise awareness...
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Auvi-Q News, Sanofi to drop the Auvi-Q, but there's HOPE

Auvi-Q News, Sanofi to drop the Auvi-Q, but there's HOPE
When Sanofi recalled Auvi-Q last October, it would be fair to say that a lot of people were upset. Plenty of people preferred the Auvi-Q to...
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A Note to Parents: Don't Feel Guilty

A Note to Parents: Don't Feel Guilty
Every once in a while, the food allergy community will amble back to the subject of eating their children's allergens and the emotions parents feel when...
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Save the Date! FABlogCon 2016

Save the Date! FABlogCon 2016
Guess what?   We're thrilled to help announce that   FABlogCon (The Food Allergy Blogger's Conference)   will be   back in Denver this year!  ...
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Our experience at FABlogCon 2015

Our experience at FABlogCon 2015
Well, I'm a few months late, but that doesn't mean that I can't still plug the excellent FABlogCon!What is FABlogCon, you might ask? Well, it's none other...
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Not All Celiacs Are Skinny

Not All Celiacs Are Skinny
When the doctor confirmed I had celiac disease AND allergies to dairy, corn, eggs, soy, and a bunch of other foods, the first thing I thought...
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