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Know How to Recognize Food Allergy Symptoms

Know How to Recognize Food Allergy Symptoms
The symptoms of allergic reactions to food vary both in type and severity among individuals and even in one individual over time. Some children may not...
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Are the Airlines on Board with Passengers’ Food Allergies?

Are the Airlines on Board with Passengers’ Food Allergies?
Allergic travelers are stepping up and speaking out about their rights as airline passengers.  Some are even getting political support. This past December, the New JerseySenate unanimously passed...
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Baked Milk and Egg Can Speed Up Resolution of Food Allergies

Baked Milk and Egg Can Speed Up Resolution of Food Allergies

Read about how baked milk and egg can speed up the resolution of food alllergies.  Full post is on our blog

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Sometimes, Things Are Just Hard...

Sometimes, Things Are Just Hard...
Ok, so this is where I get really frustrated. And maybe no one will have any idea what I'm talking about, but hopefully you'll at least...
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ColoursForMaia Endorses Dine Aware

ColoursForMaia is an organization started by the Santarelli-Gallo family following the passing of their daughter, Maia from anaphylaxis. Today they have made a statement publically endorsing Dine...
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How to get an EpiPen for FREE! (With or Without Insurance)

How to get an EpiPen for FREE! (With or Without Insurance)
If you or your child has a severe food allergy, you already know that having (and carrying) an EpiPen is not even an option. However, many...
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Trick or Treating for Kids with Food Allergy

    It's the 1st of October!  Time to bring out the mums, pumpkins, apples and scarecrows. Days are getting shorter too right? Before you realize it, Halloween is here.  The favorite holiday of kids and a food allergy mom's worst nightmare.  

       As a mom with 4 children with multiple food allergies, I know first hand how challenging Halloween can be.   Since their food allergies were diagnosed a little later in their lives, celebrating this event was a little harder.  

        Last year was our first year of Trick or treating with food allergies. Guess what? We had a really great time.  Check out what we did...

http://thefrugalistamom.blogspot.com/2012/10/trick-or-treat.html

    

 

 
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Back to School with Food Allergies & Intolerances ~ MUST HAVES!

Back to School with Food Allergies & Intolerances ~ MUST HAVES!
I'm often asked what are my favorite lunch boxes, allergy ID tags, bracelets, food allergy t-shirts, and labels for my own daughter for school. So, I decided to...
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Almost Perfect: Domino's Gluten Free Pizza

Almost Perfect: Domino's Gluten Free Pizza

       It is quite refreshing that some major companies are now starting to make products for the growing food allergy / food restrictions market.  As a mom of 4 kids who were diagnosed later in their life, meaning they used to eat certain food they were allergic too, the transition is a bit more challenging. Though I can make excellent "safe food", there's something about having a take out or delivery that helps them feel a bit more normal.       

 

http://thefrugalistamom.blogspot.com/2013/08/almost-perfect-dominos-gluten-free.html

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My Mom

My Mom
Allergy moms are so strong! My mom has been there through every epipen, ambulance ride and hospital trip. Because of this, I dedicated a blog post...
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