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The Food Suitcase: A European Adventure With Food Allergies

Before last month, we hadn’t left the country in 17 years. My oldest child is 17 years old, which is no coincidence. She is allergic to...
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Navigating Food Allergies as a Foreigner the SMART Way

I was born with numerous food allergies. Growing up in the ‘60s and ‘70s with life-threatening food allergies was incredibly rare, as were the means to...
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Double Standards when flying American Airlines

Double Standards when flying American Airlines
I recently learned (and shared on social) that FARE has joined forces with attorney Mary Vargas to file a complain with the Department of Transportation against...
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Vegan Donut Shop Opens in Charleston

Vegan Donut Shop Opens in Charleston
How does Nana's Donuts, a Vegan Donut shop in Charleston rate?  Review here  http://www.dairyfreegina.com/#!south-carolina/cd22‪
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Lintons in Atlanta is a Gem

Lintons in Atlanta is a Gem
How does Lintons rate in accommodating food allergies? Read more here http://www.dairyfreegina.com/#!restaurant-reviews/cnlx
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Quick Tips for Traveling with Food Allergies

Traveling with a food allergy can be challenging and frustrating but it can also be fun and adventures if you plan ahead and do your research...
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Summer Filled Food Allergy Stories

Summer Filled Food Allergy Stories
What makes some people want to be helpful and others not?  Here's an accumulation of food allergy stories from summer:  http://wp.me/p5Xjxg-8v 
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Go where you want to be - without your food restrictions getting in the way!

Go where you want to be - without your food restrictions getting in the way!
Travel and adventure: the term conjures up images of care-free exploration, around the world tours and above all, independence.  But with food restrictions "on board," it's...
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Vacations, Holidays, Business and more!

2013-12-24 18.36.25Traveling with food allergies can be very challenging - whether it is for those fun summer vacations or busy holiday times. Either way, being prepared and...
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Best Snacks for a Summer Road Trip

Best Snacks for a Summer Road Trip
With summer in full swing, many of us are planning our summer vacations or post-graduation last hurrahs with family and friends. When your stomach starts rumbling or when...
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What Mary Poppins, the Swedish Chef & Mrs. Piggle Wiggle taught me about professional conferences & food restrictions

What Mary Poppins, the Swedish Chef & Mrs. Piggle Wiggle taught me about professional conferences & food restrictions
Going to food conferences with food restrictions entails a marathon of planning, communicating and executing on my mission to keep the focus on the professional goals...
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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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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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Seven Reasons to Add a Farmers' Market Visit to Your Itinerary

Seven Reasons to Add a Farmers' Market Visit to Your Itinerary
I'm passionate about feeding my family high quality food. At its very essence, we are what we eat. Our health is directly affected! Organic produce, non-CAFO...
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10 Things To Do Before Travelling To A Different Country

10 Things To Do Before Travelling To A Different Country
Travelling can be a stressful activity especially to us with food allergies.  I have known many people and families who opt not to go to places...
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