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12/22/2016
...Holidays with food allergies. It’s the hustle bustle time of year – the HOLIDAY SEASON! Sprinkle this with food allergies and it’s like a manic Monday every day. Are you feeling this? I know I am and I look for any go-to guidance I can get. Would you like some Holiday Help? I thought so. Below I’ve got 15 resources to assist you in navigating all things holiday. Check it out! TRAVELING Tips to...
12/12/2012
...the Holidays with Food Allergies Allergy-Free Holiday Recipes from AAAAI Thanksgiving and Other Holidays with Food Allergies from Food Allergy Living For those of you who will be traveling over the holidays, here are some articles that may be helpful to you: Food Allergy Travel Tips: You Can Take it with You from Food Allergy Living Kids With Food Allergies guide to Traveling With Food Allergies Do you have any fun allergy-friendly recipes or holiday...
11/17/2014
...With the holidays around the corner it is important for families with food allergies to plan ahead. Below are tips that will help you to have a healthy, happy and allergy-free holiday season: 1. Communication is key:Communication is so vital when dealing with food allergies. It never hurts to remind kids of how to explain their food allergies and be mindful of what they eat. If you’re going to a party with your...
04/10/2014
...Holidays and special events tend to include food and spring celebrations are no exception. Whether your family celebrates Easter or Passover, you might be looking for help to ensure that your little one stays safe and enjoys the day. We’ve compiled some tips and food-allergy recipe ideas for today’s post. One fun way to celebrate the holidays is by hosting a tea party! While this might not sound like the traditional celebration, it’s...
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 is...
07/03/2014
...Like most holidays, fourth of July celebrations involve a variety of tasty foods. When your little one has food allergies, it can be difficult to find tasty snacks that are allergy-friendly and can be enjoyed outside amidst the festivities. For today’s post, we’ve collected some allergy-friendly recipes that your kiddo will love! Please note that these recipes are allergy-friendly (that is, free of the top 8) but not necessarily allergy-free so please look over...
12/15/2015
...We’ve written before about recycling Neocate cans as well as recycling Neocate lids and scoops. We’ve also shared some ideas for getting creative with Neocate cans in arts and crafts. But have you ever considered “upcycling” Neocate cans at the holidays? We got this idea from an EoE family that we met at the annual APFED patient conference. They told us that money was tight one year, so they found ways to reuse the...
Going to Preschool Or Daycare with Food Allergies
08/19/2009
...holidays and special events (if the school allows). This way, you know that your child is safe, and she won’t feel excluded from the fun! (Some schools now do not allow freshly baked items, and require caregivers to bring in packaged items.) Give the teacher or staff a bag with treats, so they can use them one-by-one as needed for your child during holidays and birthdays. For children that use a special formula, ask what...
     
 
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