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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 ideas...
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...
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 outside...
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...
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...
10/02/2008
...usually make everything safe for my son. Truth be told, the food is not always as tasty as it might have been in the past, but I have never felt that any of my friend or family noticed or cared. At first, I tried having Thanksgiving with all of the regular dairy, egg, and wheat-laden fare. Then I’d make separate “safe” versions for my son. I was cranky and exhausted before the meal was even...
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...
11/05/2015
...November has a lot of celebrations, some you know and some you might not be aware of. You might have heard of Thanksgiving and maybe even Movember movement to raise awareness for men’s health. But, did you know that November is also National Epilepsy Month? What is Epilepsy? According to the Epilepsy Foundation: Epilepsy is a neurological condition, which means it affects the brain, the main part of the nervous system. Epilepsy is a...
   
 
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