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Let’s be honest, travelling with allergies is not easy. But don’t let them hold you back from something you love. I share top tips for travelling with food allergies. Tips that I swear by.
A compilation of five children’s books for families with food allergies. Books that not only help educate children but also comfort and reassure those with food allergies.
In a perfect world, all packaged food items would have comprehensive allergy warnings. Each ingredient would be clearly listed and there would be no jargon to decipher. But the world is far from perfect for people struggling with food allergies.
Allergies do not just affect the physical well-being but also the mental health of the sufferer. To take back control of your life, it is imperative to get tested.
Organic food cannot cause allergies? Hypoallergenic pets are 100% safe? Some more myths about allergies you need to stop believing.
It is often understood that doctors are more empathetic and aware of allergies than a common man. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.
Food allergy, sensitivity, and intolerance are often used interchangeably. With overlapping symptoms, it is confusing to differentiate between the three.
We have discussed what is an allergy. And also the myths surrounding allergies. But how do allergies develop?
Allergy myths are widespread. People continue to believe common misconceptions about them. It is time to separate fact from fiction.