How to teach your kids about food allergies

It’s never too early to teach your children about their food allergies. Understanding and managing food allergies are essential life skills that kids need to learn about and constantly practice, in...

Peanut and nut free baseball game

Last weekend my family and I watched a Blue Jays baseball game from the Peanut/Nut-Reduced Zone at the Rogers Centre in Toronto for the first time. As a mother of a child with multiple food allergies...

May is Food Allergy Awareness month

May is Food Allergy Awareness month in North America, Australia and other communities around the world. This initiative is dedicated to raising awareness that food allergies are serious, sometimes...

New food allergy diagnosis … Now what?

Getting a food allergy diagnosis is a life changing event. It can be overwhelming at first, but there are many resources available online and through your allergist to help you and your family adjust...

Food Allergies Rock with Kyle Dine

Food Allergy Awareness is not only a month for Kyle Dine. He has made it his life’s work and passion to entertain and educate people about food allergies. Kyle has created a new music genre, which...

Host an allergy friendly Maple Sugar Shack

Every spring the snow melts and as sap starts to flow from the thawing Canadian maple trees, Sugar Shacks, or Cabane à sucre as the French-Canadians call it, start bustling with activity. Families...

Tips for Eating Out with an Allergy

Planning ahead and having the confidence to be vocal about your dietary requirements is the the key to eating out safely when you have food allergies. Do your research: Check the menu Many...