Search Results for: Allergic Living
A settlement reached between Lesley University in Massachusetts and the Department of Justice is big news, with monumental implications. The agreement lays the foundation for establishing the rights of Americans with food allergy and celiac disease.
Being diagnosed with celiac disease is a life-changing experience, but the transition into gluten-free living can be made easier by knowing where gluten tends to hide. Here are some common, and some not-so-common, sources of gluten in the diet.
For the U.S. school & allergies resource hub, click here. Comprehensive resource - Allergy Safe Communities site: Allergy Safe Communities’ Emergency Plans: EpiPen, Allerject, Twinject Sample letter from principal Sample letter from teacher Steps for school anaphylaxis plan Canadian School Boards Association publication: Anaphylaxis: A Handbook for School Boards Food Allergy/Anaphylaxis Action Plans from Anaphylaxis Canada Anaphylaxis Action Plan (English) […]
When Kyle Dine, the talented food allergy musician, approached Allergic Living to write us a jingle and accompanying video, needless to say we were honored. Now that he has made the video and song, we’re ecstatic! Click below to watch, and be sure to share with your friends. Check out Kyle’s website and music CDs […]
Serves 4-6 Free of: gluten and all top allergens Ingredients 3 small bunches baby carrots, washed, peeled 2 tbsp olive oil salt and pepper 1 orange, zested and juiced 1/4 (60 mL) cup brown sugar 2 tbsp fresh tarragon leaves, torn Method In a large sauté pan, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add carrots to pan in a […]