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Top 10 Tips – Natural Remedies for Spring Allergies

                               Red itchy eyes, runny nose, coughing and sneezing......Is this  happening to you and/or your loved ones? Allergies do not just show up with foods and the onset of Spring  will bring airborne allergens called Spring Allergies. We are now enjoying [...]

By | April 16th, 2015|Allergy Symptoms, remedies, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Allergy Free Treats – Easter Treat Hunt in Montreal!

              Each year there are a number of holidays that have treats as a major part of the celebrations. While Halloween and Christmas are huge. Easter festivities that come in the spring are not far behind! Parents of children with severe food allergies have an added caution to those [...]

Kudos DOLLARAMA for your Peanut Free Items!

Quaker Harvest Chewy Bars Peanut Free Being the parent of a child with severe food allergies conditions one to the necessities of reading labels on food items at the grocery store. The labels list the ingredients in food along with the cautionary and legal protection phrases that include "may contain peanuts" ; "may [...]

Severe Food Allergies: Top Seven Challenges and Solutions at Hand!

1.  People are always asking "what is a peanut allergy"?  Well, it is a severe allergic reaction to peanuts and related products that can endanger the life of those with a peanut allergy! The same can be said for other severe food allergies ranging from shellfish to nuts. This reaction has been experienced by parents [...]

By | February 17th, 2015|Celiac Disease, Epipen, Gluten Allergy, Peanuts, Shellfish, Uncategorized|1 Comment

Two Fantastic Valentine Treat Recipes for the Allergy Sensitive Population

Think Valentine's Day -  think chocolate! However, for the allergy population, there are additional thoughts and concerns about food safety. The allergy sensitive population needs to know that the treats for Valentine's Day will be peanut free, egg free, milk free, etc., as needed.   These tasty treats can be enjoyed at home or brought to other events [...]

Wheat Allergies, Gluten Allergies, Celiac Disease – an Overview

Wheat Allergies are one of the most common food allergies and are often confused with other food sensitivities and intolerances. Two other reactions, Gluten Allergies and Celiac Disease, are often confused with a Wheat Allergy. The importance of identification, definition and diagnosis by a medical doctor are very important to effectively treat individuals. An overview [...]

By | January 27th, 2015|Celiac Disease, Gluten Allergy, Uncategorized, Wheat|1 Comment

The WHY of Food Allergies

The WHY of Food Allergies has a very real and personal component to it in the midst of the scientific definition of the sudden & extreme reaction of the food allergy: The WHY as a parent and protector is shock, disbelief and needing an answer. As parents, we introduce foods to our children slowly and [...]

By | January 19th, 2015|Allergy Symptoms, Peanuts, Personal Experiences, Working with MDs|0 Comments

Peanut Free Holiday Treats

It's that time of the year again when we eat way too many sweets and treats.  It used to be so much more difficult for parents with kids suffering from allergies.   It's always important to read nutritional and ingredient information but we are so thrilled to know of moms with great and even healthy [...]

By | December 15th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Top 3 Ways to Make Holiday Events Safe for Serious Food Allergy Population!

Talk to your child(ren) about safe food choices for the Holiday - avoid any foods that may have serious food allergy ingredients present, including those foods where there is no information on the ingredients. (use any pics in the blog that you can see that work in the images folder) Talk to the person in [...]

By | December 10th, 2014|Allergy Friendly, Creative, Nuts, Peanuts|0 Comments

What is a Peanut?

First off,  a Peanut is not part of the Nut Family. Rather, it is part of the Pea Family.   Peanuts, however, always show up in the Mixed Nuts mixture at the store.... Peanut oil is also used extensively in Baking both for deserts and fried foods..  Peanuts are also used to make one of the most popular Sandwiches [...]

By | December 8th, 2014|Design|0 Comments