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06/11/2015
Are you hosting a birthday party for your food-allergic little one, or maybe you’re expecting food-allergic guests? No need to reinvent the wheel! In this blog, you’ll find links to several blogs we’ve previously created which include a number of allergen-free party activities and recipes/snacks! Recipes We like some of these recipes so much that we’d even serve them to non-allergic guests. Nobody would know the difference! Allergen-Free Snack Ideas Here’s a delicious...
10/29/2014
We’ve heard loads of ideas from parents whose children with food allergies still want to go trick-or-treating for Halloween. With so many treats containing dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and wheat, it can be scary to face a full sack of candy at the end of the night. We really love the idea for the teal pumpkin project that FARE has rolled out this year! But we have another idea we wanted to...
10/26/2010
We shared our top 4 Tips for Celebrating Halloween Without a Food Allergy Scare. But with Halloween coming up this weekend we wanted to share a round-up of all the great “Halloween with Food Allergies” tips we’ve seen recently. Here is some more great advice from our favorite blogs and advocacy groups! Tips for a Food Allergy Safe Trick or Treating Kids With Food Allergies recommends pre-positioning safe candy at friends houses along...
04/02/2015
Easter egg hunts put the fun into Easter Sunday and are a great way to engage kids in physical activity. We LOVE egg hunts! Here are great tips to plan your own allergy-friendly Easter egg hunt this weekend: A win-win-win trade in: Have the kids participating in the egg hunt exchange plastic eggs for prizes of their choice. Prizes can be anything! This way you don’t have to worry about food allergies, stuffing...
6 Things I wish I knew Before Starting an Elimination Diet for Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE)
09/13/2016
...well spent. 3. 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 manage this diet around the holidays. I tell the families I work with to pick...
11/17/2015
“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the meaning of this 34 letter word, made popular in Disney’s Mary Poppins, means extraordinarily good, and wonderful. Whether it’s low-key or action-packed, the Thanksgiving holiday weekend provides the perfect opportunity to relax, connect and have some food allergy free family fun. Take a look at the following ideas for Thanksgiving, and see if you can make Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious your Thanksgiving weekend word! 1. If the weather...
05/23/2013
Memorial Day is just a few days away and we’re sure many of you will either be hosting or attending family picnics. We love this time of year; being able to celebrate the brave men and women who have defended our country while enjoying the warmer climate with family and friends. Though Memorial Day will certainly offer a host of quality events we know that this can create some angst for parents of...
12/02/2010
The holiday season has begun, it is time to start planning the gift giving. When you are getting a gift for someone with food allergies, holiday gifts can be complicated. Here are some really cool and useful gift ideas for those with food allergies (also included; what not to give!) Holiday Candy Ideas: (When buying candy, be sure you know the specific allergies of your gift recipient.) Yummi Earth Hard Candies – Yummi...
   
 
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