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Peanut Allergy Patch – the only “Failure” is Bad Reporting

Peanut Allergy Patch – the only “Failure” is Bad Reporting
You may have recently seen disturbing headlines regarding the Peanut Patch treatments, or read an article that said it failed. Many are worried that this is...
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Chocolate Sunflower Butter Cake

I don't often crave peanut butter any more, but when I do it's fierce, relentless and has to be satisfied in the biggest and most extravagant...
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Is Your Restaurant Meal Safe to Eat? Here's one way to find out.

Is Your Restaurant Meal Safe to Eat? Here's one way to find out.
A few years ago on a trip to Singapore, I visited The Red Dot Design Museum. I was lucky enough to see an exhibit on designs of the...
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Free2b Foods GIVEAWAY!

Free2b Foods GIVEAWAY!
We’re continuing Food Allergy Month by spreading the love with more allergy-friendly giveaways! We’re hosting a new giveaway every Wednesday for the rest of the month, so keep on...
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Real Talk: Respecting Food Allergies

Real Talk: Respecting Food Allergies
Food Allergy Awareness Week kicks off today with the theme React with Respect. As I began thinking about this theme, it reminded me that respect ultimately requires understanding. I...
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Touring New York City with Celiac Disease and a Peanut Allergy

Touring New York City with Celiac Disease and a Peanut Allergy
New York City has a culinary reputation that’s unsurpassed so my expectations were high when planning our family trip there last spring. Finding celiac-safe, peanut-free food...
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Peanut Butter Frosted Cupcakes for Food Allergies

Peanut Butter Frosted Cupcakes for Food Allergies
Yesterday, I recalled a disturbing situation surrounding a birthday celebration at school.  It's hard to believe there is still so much more work to do to...
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LEAP Inspires a New Program in Dallas Called FARR – Food Allergy Risk Reduction Program

LEAP Inspires a New Program in Dallas Called FARR – Food Allergy Risk Reduction Program
FARRTM  The Food Allergy Risk Reduction ProgramPlenty of buzz has been generated surrounding the LEAP Study (Learning Early About Peanut Allergy) which revealed an 80% reduction in the rate...
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Relative's Acceptance

Relative's Acceptance
Fighting for Food Allergy Awareness in Places You’d Least ExpectPart of the food allergy journey for my family has been skeptical relatives. Has anyone else ever...
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Can Food Allergies be a Blessing in Disguise?

Can Food Allergies be a Blessing in Disguise?
Like many parents, when my son’s food allergies were confirmed, I was devastated and scared. Every day I quickly learned all the food items containing a...
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Visiting Kauai with Celiac Disease and a Life-Threatening Peanut Allergy

Visiting Kauai with Celiac Disease and a Life-Threatening Peanut Allergy
If you plan to visit Kauai, I've created this guide to assist you with your search for gluten-free or peanut-free food with a focus on the...
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Navigating the Big Island of Hawaii with Celiac and a Peanut Allergy

Navigating the Big Island of Hawaii with Celiac and a Peanut Allergy
Are you heading to the Big Island of Hawaii? I've compiled a list to aid fellow gluten intolerant, peanut allergic travelers based on our experiences and...
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What makes the current peanut allergy prevention study so much better than past studies?

Re-posting from http://foodallergysleuth.blogspot.com/Update (2/27/15): Because of the concern among parents who have children with peanut allergies, the Kids with Food Allergies Foundation has issued the following statement....
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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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Home Exchange: A Solution to Affordable Travel with Food Allergy, Celiac and Diabetes

Home Exchange: A Solution to Affordable Travel with Food Allergy, Celiac and Diabetes
If you took a look at our bags when we travel, you might think we've packed everything but the kitchen sink. The reality is that the...
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