Most of the time, blogging is a solitary craft–but through the magic of the internet (a food allergy resource my parents never had) we’ve met so many wonderful people who are all walking the same life as we are. The online Food Allergy Community (and broader free-from community) is a place where you can surround yourself with people who “get it!” A few of us got together to share this series of tips for dealing with food allergies in 2017. So read the tips and full articles, share, and enjoy!
“Remember that everything is going to be okay, really. I know, food allergies are tough, super hard. You wonder how you’re going to get through it. But you will and so will your child.” Read more here Allergy Superheroes
“Food allergy support; this is a vast, never-ending place where people from all over the world meet. This is a family that you never knew existed and that you didn’t think would ever be a part of your life.” read more here Tracy Bush Nutrimom- Food Allergy Liason AllergyPhoods
“Sometimes food allergy related stress builds up and the best response is to pamper yourself! Allow me to be your allergy mom BFF and tell you why you should pamper yourself” read more here Sharon Wong Nut Free Wok
“When you are managing a serious medical condition, this could be the most important thing to do. I share the one tip I wished someone had shared with me when I first became a food allergy mom” read more here Gina Mennett Lee, Food Allergy Consultant and Educator
“Being gluten free or avoiding allergens doesn’t mean you can’t have a social life. It just means you have to plan more. Don’t let allergies keep you home. Be your own advocate and plan ahead. Take your health seriously and other will too ” read more here Amanda Kanashiro My Gluten Free Miami
If you have a tip for starting off the New Year right with food allergies, please share in the comments!