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Food Allergy Parenting Errors - Mistakes are Part of the Journey!

Mistakes are Opportunities to Learn. We all learn from our errors. After reading somewhere that “mistakes are opportunities to learn,” I used the mantra repeatedly with...
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The Child who Hides an Allergic Reaction

The Child who Hides an Allergic Reaction
When I was seven years old, I went Christmas Caroling with my Brownie Girl Scout Troop. And as is customary when cute little girls sings Christmas...
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Food Allergy to Egg or Milk? Baking Milk & Egg Can Make Them Allergy-Safe

Food Allergy to Egg or Milk? Baking Milk & Egg Can Make Them Allergy-Safe
Some kids with a food allergy to egg or milk are able to tolerate the foods if they are baked. The reason for this is that...
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Wahlburgers: Food Allergy Friendly

Wahlburgers: Food Allergy Friendly
Ever wonder how Food Allergy or Gluten Free friendly the famous Wahlburgers is?  Check out my family's experience.  http://wp.me/p5Xjxg-8i
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A Little Kindness Goes A Long Way - Custom Eating In Schools

A Little Kindness Goes A Long Way - Custom Eating In Schools
A little kindness goes a long way.  I can recall a school holiday luncheon when I was in the second grade.  This was years before my...
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7 Things this Food Allergy Mom is Thankful For

7 Things this Food Allergy Mom is Thankful For
    The school year ended last week.  I have to admit, I was overwhelmed with the junk the kids brought home from school. Then I...
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What I Learned this Weekend as Parent of Children with Food Allergies

What I Learned this Weekend as Parent of Children with Food Allergies
     As a mom of children with food allergies, it is always easier to just say No to certain things in order to keep my...
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8 Ideas to Prevent Kitchen Burnout

In most households, the cooking duties generally defaults to one person. In our household, that task falls squarely on my shoulders. It has been this way...
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On the Road or In the Air: Traveling with Food Allergies

On the Road or In the Air: Traveling with Food Allergies
It’s the holiday season and the time of the year when traveling to visit friends and relatives becomes a major part of family activities. Whether you’re...
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Hidden Foods, the Holidays and Relatives with Good Intentions

Hidden Foods, the Holidays and Relatives with Good Intentions
Parents often feel alone in the battle against food allergies. Even though there are 15 million people who suffer with food allergies, it can still feel...
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Help Your Food-Allergic Child Feel Confident, Not Fearful

Help Your Food-Allergic Child Feel Confident, Not Fearful
With food allergies, it’s necessary to maintain concern in order to be vigilant about the problem food. But it’s important not to instill anxiety in your...
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Know How to Recognize Food Allergy Symptoms (Especially if Your Child Has Food Allergic Friends)

Know How to Recognize Food Allergy Symptoms (Especially if Your Child Has Food Allergic Friends)
It takes a village to protect a child with allergies, but some parents say managing their kids’ diet has strained relations with friends and family and...
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Enjoy a ‘No Fear of Food’ Halloween

Enjoy a ‘No Fear of Food’ Halloween
Believe it or not — it really is possible to have a fun, happy Halloween without the worry of food allergies and fear of food. In...
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Attention Parents of Kids with Food Allergies! Three Important Back-to-School Topics

Attention Parents of Kids with Food Allergies! Three Important Back-to-School Topics
Getting back into the swing of school after a fun, active summer can be challenging for the whole family. That’s why parents with food-allergic children understand...
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Declaring Our Independence From Food Allergy Fears

b2ap3_thumbnail_NewFireworks.jpg While celebrating the 237th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, I’ve been thinking a lot about its meaning. The power and courage it...
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