The One Thing I Wish Someone Without Allergies Knew & Food Allergy Awareness Week

 

 

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Food Allergy Awareness Week takes place this year from May 12-May 18 and was created by the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network now known as FARE. It is a week designated to raising awareness on all aspects of food allergies.

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Tips for managing your child’s food allergies at birthday parties

Birthday parties can feel intimidating to attend when your child has food allergies.  Parties are usually centered around food so naturally there is worry that your child could accidentally be exposed to an allergen which can potentially lead to a serious reaction. 

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Mexican Rice Bowl & Tips for Traveling with Food Allergies

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Last summer, we visited Hawaii.  We used to visit Hawaii often but before my daughter had multiple food allergies. Over the years, the list and severity of her allergies grew so we put travel on hold. Continue reading “Mexican Rice Bowl & Tips for Traveling with Food Allergies”

The Teal Pumpkin Project-Keeping it safe on Halloween

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Halloween is one of my favorite holidays but this holiday requires proper planning as a parent of a child living with food allergies.  Today, 1 in 13 kids- about 2 in every school classroom is living with food allergies. Even more reason to plan ahead and join in on the Halloween fun safely! Continue reading “The Teal Pumpkin Project-Keeping it safe on Halloween”