Welcome to the May 13, 2010 edition of living with food allergies carnival.
Marc presents Food Allergy Complexity: More Than Meets the Eye, by Margaret Pingolt posted at Eat Nut-Free, saying, "A look into food allergies as a young adult."
Caryn presents Is a Celiac coming for Dinner? Some helpful tips for the busy host. posted at Healthy-Family.org, saying, "Your Celiac loved one will likely not tell you that your food makes them sick. No one wants to sound like a hypochondriac or worse yet, ungrateful. But you are having a party and want to feed your gluten intolerant guest. So what can you offer them that is tasty, safe from cross-contamination, and will not make them panic? Your best bet is to find a pre-packaged product or a local dedicated gluten-free bakery that can provide safely made desserts."
Alisa presents New Brands Join the Ever-Expanding World of Dairy-Free, Soy-Free Almond Milk posted at Go Dairy Free.
Alisa presents Food Revolution: Strawberry Oat Mylk and a Fruit ‘n Fiber Breakfast Shake posted at One Frugal Foodie.
Alisa presents From Scratch Recipe: Fudgie Pomegranate Power Chocolate posted at Dairy Free and Fit.
Israel Baline presents 5 Excellent iPad Apps for Your Health and Wellness posted at BSN to MSN, saying, "Out of the myriad of applications that will be released in the coming months, here is a first look at five iPad applications to ensure your health and happiness."
Jane Anne presents Staying Safe in Elementary School with a Peanut Allergy posted at Gravity of Motion, saying, "Although this explains the steps we took for my peanut allergy son, many of the ideas in this post could be used for a child with any food allergies."
Rowena Hebert presents
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