Post by Melissa Antal, MPH/MBA Medical and nutrition professionals are really good at making nutrition complicated. Most children, even those who have multiple food allergies, are still able to get the nutrients they need by eating a balanced diet. But, what does a balanced diet mean? It’s actually more than eating “healthy” foods. For kids…

As August quickly approaches, your kids may soon be heading back to school. Worried about how their food allergies are going to be managed in the classroom, lunch room, on field trips and with learning activities? If you haven’t already, you may want to contact your child’s teacher to discuss your child’s food allergies and…

Have you ever wondered, “How do I…” help my child stay safe at school and at social functions?help my kids eat out safely in restaurants?help my child to deal with anxiety and emotional difficulties around food allergies?start to hand off the responsibility of food allergies to my children?help my kids keep themselves safe when they…

By Tracy Bush, Nutrimom – Food Allergy Liason Repost in celebration of Oakley’s life and the 3rd Annual Oakley Gage Debbs’ Memorial Soccer Jamboree on December 2, 2018.   Has your life been touched by food allergies?  Are you entering a new journey that has turned your world upside down because the very thing that is supposed to…

Whether your child is entering preschool, middle school or college, back-to-school can be an exciting and sometimes stressful time of the year. If you are looking for TIPS for the bus, lunch, 504 plans or the dorm, we’ve got you covered!   Check out FoodASC Back-to School posts as well as posts from around the…

  You want to go WHERE? WHEN? This was my first response to my then 6th grade son when he said he wanted to go to Spain on the 8th grade spring break trip.  I figured he might change his mind in two years.  Nope! Since he was serious about going, I had to get…