Don’t let food allergies get in the way of enjoying time with your relatives. Be polite but be firm to stay safe and ensure a peaceful get together.
For too long, students with asthma and allergies have suffered with
symptoms in dusty, moldy, chemical-smelling classrooms. But now some
schools are wiping the slate clean – with a healthy approach to air.
Food allergies can affect anyone. Here are a few actors and athletes who have achieved great success despite living with a food allergy. Peanut Tennis player Serena Williams NHL player Tom Poti, defenceman for the Washington Capitals Singer Alex Kapranos, Franz Ferdinand Freestyle aerials champion Steve Omischl Tree Nut Singer Clay Aiken NHL player Tom… Read more »
Exposure to a food allergen at 40,000 feet is an allergic person’s worst nightmare. For many travelers, it’s happening more often than it should.
We’ve sealed ourselves indoors with a toxic stew of gases, dust and mold. Home is just not so sweet any more.
Traveling with food allergies can be a challenge. One family makes it work by carrying a suitcase full of safe foods, cooking most meals and learning to adapt when things don’t go as planned.
Instead of letting life-threatening food allergies keep them home, the McKenzie-Davison family discovers how to vacation safely and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Allergic Living’s food allergy/celiac travel writer offers his top picks for where to hit the slopes.
Follow these handy tips to minimize the risk of contact with food allergens while flying and ensure a safe and happy trip.