I was asked a question by a parent of my daughter’s classmate: What lunch can I pack so my child can safely eat with her friend at the “allergy” table in the lunchroom?
Initially, I was thrilled (yay! someone wants to take the time to learn and keep kids with food allergies safe!), then a little panicked (OK, I trust THIS parent, but Continue reading
I can’t take credit for this list, as it is borrowed from Gina Clowes, Allergy Moms Blog (http://www.allergymoms.com/modules/wordpress/index.php?p=1017). Here is a great list to help plan for safe halloween candy! Continue reading
Please join us for our next Bristow Allergy Support Group meeting. Continue reading
It’s summer time … time for family picnics and outings. Here is a link to a great article “10 Tips for a Food Allergy-Safe Picnic” Continue reading
Of course, I have a Droid, but, for those of you with iPhones, this seems like it’s worth checking out.
Food allergy site foodsyoucan.co.uk has launched a free iPhone application which will help allergy sufferers Continue reading
Obviously, a commercial bakery cannot be free of every allergen (hence the asterisk) … but the following local bakeries and candy makers have Continue reading
So, I decided to call Scotts Consumer Help Line (1-888-270-3714) before I ventured out into the garden with my daughter with ana PA. I had heard rumors of peanuts as ingredients in potting soil, and wanted to get more information. Continue reading