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Are you familiar with the Big 8?  For you sports fans from the mid-west we aren’t referring to the NCAA athletic conference division.  The Big 8 are the most common food allergens in the U.S. which are wheat, soy, dairy,…Read more ›

Are you familiar with the Big For you sports fans from the mid-west we aren’t referring to the NCAA athletic conference division. The Big 8 are the most common food allergens in the U. which are wheat, soy, dairy,…Read more ›

I am using these circle printables to indicate what foods in our house are safe for our caretakers.

Free Printables for kids with Food Allergies

Useful set of free food allergy printables, including SAFE and NOT SAFE stickers to label food and warning cards -- from "Paper and Pigtails"

Food allergies? Try the Eatfindr app to find health conscious eating choices. Now live on Android and Windows Phone marketplaces, coming soon to Windows 8 marketplace!

Try the Eatfindr app to find health conscious eating choices. Now live on Android and Windows Phone marketplaces, coming soon to Windows 8 marketplace!

Recent research shows that a common gut bacteria called Clostridia helps prevent sensitization to food allergens.

Recent research shows that a common gut bacteria called Clostridia helps prevent sensitization to food allergens. Mary Mays

Please note: These tips are for adults managing food allergies who are 21 and older, although some may be helpful for young adults and teens who are navigating social situations. For a teen-friendl...

Please note: These tips are for adults managing food allergies who are 21 and older, although some may be helpful for young adults and teens who are navigating social situations. For a teen-friendl.

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Aller dine toolkit- lets you input your allergy info and search for restaurants based on your info.

Wilton Food Allergy Warning on their product labels: 'Made in a facility that also processes peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, egg, milk, soy, and wheat products.' What?!? Not only is this gross because those foods that are produced near/in the same factory with all my sprinkles, icing colors, and extracts could contain airborne particles from whatever may be floating around; but what does Wilton process, why would it be in the same place as these baking treats as fish and shellfish?…

Wilton Food Allergy Warning on their product labels: 'Made in a facility that also processes peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, egg, milk, soy, and wheat products.' What?!? Not only is this gross because those foods that are produced near/in the same factory with all my sprinkles, icing colors, and extracts could contain airborne particles from whatever may be floating around; but what does Wilton process, why would it be in the same place as these baking treats as fish and shellfish?…

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