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From Anaphylaxis to Buttercream is an amazing story.  The author does an incredible job of bringing the reader with her on her daughter’s 12 year

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#1 New Release in Children’s Allergies Health on Amazon

From Anaphylaxis to Buttercream is no longer a dream or manuscript. It’s now a published book and reaching superlative status in helping parents gain confidence

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From Anaphylaxis to Buttercream

Here’s a sneak preview of the book you’ve been waiting to read! It’s my personal story of why we chose systematic desensitization and how we

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What Is It About Wheat?

Ever since my daughter had success resolving her food allergy issues, I am forever focused on healthy immune systems and well-functioning microbiomes. In doing so,

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Improve Sleep and Seasonal Resilience

Have you noticed the days are getting longer? The amount of daily sunlight changes constantly. Yet our body’s needs for nutrition, sleep and exercise adjust

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Emotionally Free and Nutritionally Vibrant

I was recently asked by a local financial services firm to conduct an interactive workshop on stress management. The company’s goal was to reduce stress

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Elect for Good Health!

Why is this post different? Because I will touch upon two topics that I rarely discuss; religion and politics. The month of October presented itself

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Nutritious School Snacks

Your kids have new lunchboxes, backpacks and all the necessary supplies for… A Great New School Year! How about the contents of their lunchboxes? School

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Kid Friendly And Vegan

I’m always trying new recipes with the hopes that my kids will actually like something that contains veggies. I often get the “yuck face” along with “Can

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Once Upon A Nightshade

Its summer and the bounty of freshly harvested fruits and veggies is now upon us!  This is a fantastic time of year to eat fresh,

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How Do You Turmeric?

My clients often ask me “how can I spend less money in the supermarket?” One day my husband and I happened upon an ethnic grocery

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Eating Local!

Know Your Farmer! In preparing for my upcoming workshop at Powisset Farm, I met with the farmer to discuss her overall philosophy and growing practices.

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Pesty Chemicals in Foods

Original Intentions Last month in my Healthy Eating newsletter, we talked about how to reduce the amount of pesticides we eat in our foods by

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A Fresh Start!

Fresh Out It’s been a fabulous summer!  You and your family are back from vacation and school is starting this week.  You need to feed

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American as a Hotdog!

Homemade Sauerkraut! It’s grilling season!  Have you ever thought about some of the healthy foods you can eat at a BBQ? This BBQ season; think about

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Can Big Food Be Healthy?

  I’ve changed the title of my newsletter this month from Food Allergy News to Healthy Eating News for good reason.  Our food supply has

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Dan’s Food Challenge… Tree Nuts

Have you ever wondered what would happen during a food challenge from a clinical and emotional perspective?  This month’s blog post was written by a

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Family Travel and Adventure

While traveling with food allergies one should expect uncertainty, but when given a challenge we shall overcome! On this occasion, we drove from Boston to

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Caterers and Thanksgiving Dinner

In theory, working with caterers should be easier than working with other venues, especially since events are typically planned in advance.  This allows opportunity to

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Experiencing Guided Independence

My blogs are for the purposes of offering practical advice and not for the purposes of providing medical advice or a medical opinion. This blog

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Transitioning to New Environments

  My food allergic daughter has successfully completed many transitions in various environments during the age appropriate stages of her life. These range from home

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Summer BBQ’s with Food Allergies

  Summer BBQ’s are a time to relax and enjoy being outside. They are much more informal yet can put those of us managing food

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Traveling to Your Vacation Destination

image credit: Jetstar Airways Traveling to your Vacation Destination The key to a successful family vacation with kids and food allergies is forethought.  Do your

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Summer Vacation!

It’s that fun time of year again!  School will be out soon.  The weather is warm.  It’s time to go on a family trip.  Yeah!!

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Food Allergy Safety at Camp!

Here’s a great article posted by Kids with Food Allergies.org about sending your food allergic child to camp!  As a parent of a child with

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