You can read up on allergies here, this is what we’ve learned over the years. Always discuss your own medical needs with a proper doctor!
That’s the question a lot of us are asking right now. when we get ill – is it ‘Covid-19’?, or once recovered, hoping that it was Covid-19. Immunity to Coronavirus being the thing we all hope for now. I’m in that group. For about 4
For as long as I can remember I have been told to use Allergy Bedding because of my dust mite allergy. I never questioned this, or gave it any thought in the last 30 years or so. I always had synthetic bedding. Molly was diagnosed
So you’re used to be able to eat anything you like, and the biggest challenge at meal times is juggling the various likes and dislikes of family. Dinner time is ruled by taste buds, not medical needs. And then…your child wants their friend to come
When your child is diagnosed with an allergy it means a whole host of new issues to deal with – parties are now something to be prepared for, eating out needs planning and menu checking, school is a minefield over lunches and most of all
Some of this stuff might be a bit obvious but if you’re new to allergies every bit of info helps. Take a look for our tips on what to look out for when you’re dairy free. Be it an allergy or an intolerance you know
So…you or your child can’t have egg. It’s obvious that eggs benedict, scrambled eggs with smoked salmon are no longer on your brunch menu! But…egg and egg protein can show up in a lot of places so you need to keep an eye out. ‘Vegan’
I use to think avoiding dairy and eggs was tricky. Especially when explaining to other people. Then Molly had to go gluten free for a while, and eventually so did I. Suddenly saying ‘vegan’ seemed easier. Here are our tips when you enter the gluten