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Tips, reviews and inspiration from our members to help you thrive on a custom diet

This Valentine's Day, Choose Yourself Even with Allergies

This Valentine's Day, Choose Yourself Even with Allergies

Surrounding photo's from the Gloment Are we astonished about the consistency of my posts? Well, I am! Hold on when I give myself a pat on the back....
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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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University of Michigan: Food Allergy Safe Haven

University of Michigan: Food Allergy Safe Haven
When Brianna Wolin started University of Michigan in 2012,  being a college freshman was the least of her concerns. As a student with Celiac Disease, Type...
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How to Pinpoint What's Disrupting your Health

How to Pinpoint What's Disrupting your Health
Hi, I’m The Allergista! In 2010, all of a sudden I was dealing with horrible oozing rashes on my legs and arms. Itseemed to keep spreading… and spreading. Medications helped for...
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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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What is the Process of Food Allergy Testing?

What is the Process of Food Allergy Testing?
An accurate diagnosis history of food allergy begins with a detailed history of specific symptoms associated with consuming specific foods. A food allergy evaluation should be performed by...
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Turning cupcakes into compassion

Turning cupcakes into compassion
"I heard OREOs are safe for people with allergies.""Well that depends on what you're allergic to.  If you can't have gluten, soy or chocolate, you can't...
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Eczema and Peanut Allergy: What’s the Connection?

Can food allergy cause eczema?Although food allergy is more common in children who have eczema, they are separate conditions. Food allergy does not normally cause eczema,...
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10 Curse Words not to Say to an Allergic Foodie

10 Curse Words not to Say to an Allergic Foodie
I was made aware by Christy Cushing that May 10-16, 2015 is Allergy Awareness Week, and how else would I want to celebrate it, but with some sarcasm of course. As you...
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The LEAP Study: Learning Early About Peanut Allergy

The LEAP Study: (Learning Early About Peanut Allergy). How was it done?The LEAP study is an outstanding example of the application of careful science to a...
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Food Allergy Testing: What Does IgE Tell Us?

Food Allergy Testing: What Does IgE Tell Us?
Food allergy testing is used to measure the level of allergic antibody, known as IgE, to a food suspected of causing an allergic reaction. These blood tests...
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Food-Allergic Teenagers

Food-Allergic Teenagers
As if managing school, sports, homework, extracurricular activities, friends and social events isn’t enough, food-allergic teenagers have even more challenges to face than most. Too often...
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Living without doesn't mean going without

Living without doesn't mean going without
For those of you with food allergies or Celiac disease it must sometimes feel like you are living without most of the time. No more dairy,...
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Organic Veri Soda Review & Giveaway

Organic Veri Soda Review & Giveaway
Everyday, I'm always looking for products that are not only food allergy friendly but healthier as well.  That's why I'm so happy to share with you...
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Cream Cheese, Butter and Cream is not Dairy

Cream Cheese, Butter and Cream is not Dairy
    Who says you can't learn from your kids?     For those of us who are managing dairy allergies, I found some information  that is...
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