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12/19/2007
Often, Thanksgiving and holidays can be tough for families that have a child with food allergies. Even though the holidays often revolve around food, you can still make them enjoyable for your allergy prone little one. You just have to prepare! But how do you make Thanksgiving fun for the entire family when you have a child with a food allergy? First, let’s talk about the school activities: If your child’s school...
12/09/2010
Hosting or attending a Thanksgiving dinner can be stressful for all of us but if your little one has food allergies, this day can be especially stressful. We’ve compiled a list of helpful resources to help you ensure a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving feast. Guides: Kids with Food Allergies Guide to Thanksgiving. A great guide for celebrating Thanksgiving at school, home or away from home. This guide provides allergy-friendly activities & crafts, recipe...
08/25/2016
...on preheated skillet on low-med heat. You will have to cook it longer to ensure the soy milk dries and the toast isn’t mushy. Serving Size: 2 pieces Per Serving: Calories: 250 Protein: 10g Carbohydrates: 44g Fat: 5g Cinnamon Breakfast Bread (Submitted by: Mary Blackorby) With fall just around the corner, this is a fun option to warm up on a cool morning for an allergy-friendly breakfast. 2 cups Bob’s Red Mill All-Purpose Baking Flour...
04/19/2011
...a trace amount of that food) is consumed, the body mounts an immune response. In this way, food allergies can be similar to seasonal allergies. Most of the food allergy symptoms fall “below the neck” because the body responds to the part of the body where the food is: the gut. In older children and adults these symptoms include bloating, diarrhea, and an itchy sensation in the mouth, among others. The symptoms are different for...
How to Explain Food Allergies to Relatives AND Help Them Understand Why They’re Important
09/17/2015
...written instructions to fall back on. Just make sure you don’t skip the step of explaining it to them as well. Want to save time in the future? Type it out, so you can print it multiple times for additional babysitters, family members, or caregivers! Ask for questions. You may think you’ve explained everything, but you won’t know what you missed until you ask! If they don’t have any questions, then you should consider becoming...
06/10/2014
...turns out summer break is the perfect time to prepare for the fall and the first day of a new school year. There will be no food allergy skills “brain drain” for our family this summer! Our Food Allergy Brain Drain Prevention Check List: Hand-washing: Washing hands with soap and water before and after eating. Hand sanitizer does not remove food proteins. Safe Snacking: Never assume a snack is safe. Always bring own safe snack....
Elimination Diet for Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE): Things I wish I knew Before Starting
09/13/2016
...elimination diet clock has to start over. Time spent finding and preparing allowable food is time well spent. You can select the start date You and your doctor agree that your child should start an elimination diet to determine if that will help reduce their EoE symptoms. It’s beneficial to start when the diet will be successful. For example during Fall months, all you can think about is Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas and how to...
Neocate<sup>®</sup> Splash Pumpkin Pie Smoothie
...This allergy-friendly Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Recipe, made with Neocate® Splash Vanilla, is perfect for summer, fall, or any time of year!...
   
 
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