Allergy-Friendly Holidays

Food Allergies: Holiday Hints for Keeping it Safe and Delicious

December 14, 2016

December is a month full of celebrations, friends, family, food and drink. For children and adults with food allergies, it can be a time of anxiety and stress. Parents can find themselves in constant worry mode, wondering if this will be the time their child is exposed to their life-threatening food allergy, or whether there…

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Take a Proactive Approach to Holiday Allergy Triggers

November 16, 2016

‘Tis the season of indoor allergies! Unfortunately, 50 million Americans suffer from year-round allergies with indoor allergies spiking around the holidays. These allergy symptoms result from a wide array of triggers including decorations, food, and even added stress. Holiday decorations Trees, wreaths, and artificial holiday decorations can all increase allergy symptoms. Trees and wreaths are…

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On Allergy Friendly Easter and General Inclusiveness…

March 23, 2016

When you grow up and live in a body that doesn’t easily find enemies in food, it can be easy to forget — or overlook – those who aren’t so lucky. This little reminder came from my son a few years back. He was unlucky enough to experience food allergy, primarily to eggs and milk,…

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Resolution Rebound: Five Simple Tips for Keeping it Real

December 30, 2015

New Year’s is quickly approaching: a time to evaluate the previous year’s successes and to look toward new adventures to come. For some, a New Year’s resolution is highly anticipated and motivating, but for others a New Year’s resolution can be a dreaded reminder of past disappointment. Following the below suggestions can help your New…

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