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 wish there was something that my husband could do or take to make his allergies magically disappear, we've come to terms with the reality that his nut allergy will likely be with us for the rest of his life. While we've learned to manage food allergies in our everyday life, I was excited to learn about the non-profit E.A.T. (End Allergies Together), which is the only independent organization solely focused on raising money for a cure. 100% of their focus is on raising money for food allergy research. I was lucky enough to talk with one of the founders of E.A.T, Kim Hall, who decided she wanted a cure NOW, and decided to take action in partnership with Elise Bates, another mother she met in a food allergy support group to make it a reality. Read more here.