With an eye on the food allergy community as a unique group of consumers since 2008, we're on a quest to find and share ways to continue enjoying the good things in life allergen-free.


27 December 2012

Living with Food Allergies Carnival - December 27, 2012




Welcome to the December 27, 2012 edition of living with food allergies carnival. This is our last edition for 2012! Can you believe it?!

We are looking for hosts for 2013. If you are interested in hosting the Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival on your blog one month, please send an email to me at jennifer{AT}foodallergybuzz{DOT}com. It is fairly easy to do and is basically a copy and paste operation. Anyone who is a food allergy advocate and has a blog is welcome to host!

We welcome food allergy related blog posts from all bloggers. The current editing policy is: if a post relates to food allergies and is not anti-food allergy advocacy/awareness, the post should be included. Please feel free to send in your recipes, tips, news and personal stories using our carnival submission form.


Commentary, Opinion and News


freelee presents help autoimmune: Gluten intolerance and help autoimmune: Allergy Linkat help autoimmune. Also, freelee submitted another post, Gluten and Sjogren's over at sjogrens blog, "about gluten intolerance"


Jennifer Kales, of The Nut-Free Mom presents Winter Travel Tips for Food Allergies, saying, "Lots of travel questions this time of year, so this post offers some tips that have worked for my family when traveling with food allergies. Happy Trails, everyone!"

Our Daily Green: The Allergy Kit is submitted by Kim Urig of Our Daily Green. This post may be a bit controversial since it is regarding an alternative therapy, a natural allergy kit which promises to relieve food and environmental allergies.


Ruth LovettSmith presents Peanut Allergy Cure posted at Best Allergy Sites, saying, "Learn more about Oral Immunotherapy and how we are getting closer to a peanut allergy cure."


Recipes & Allergy Friendly Food Ideas
Colette Martin presents Holiday Gift Idea – Artisan Holiday Chocolate Truffles posted at Learning to Eat Allergy Free - Multiple Food Allergies, saying, "These truffles aren't just for holidays! Enjoy making them with the kids."

Francesca Belluomini presents Allergy-Friendly Baking posted at Florida Center For Allergy & Asthma Care | Pediatric and Adult Allergy & Asthma Treatment, saying, "Who says holiday baking cannot be fun and delicious with food allergies?"

Homa presents Santa Train in Boulder City (Family Friendly December in Vegas) posted at Oh Mah Deehness!, saying, "We made top 8 free chocolate lollipops at the last minute so my daughter wouldn't feel left out at her school festival."


Its a Hard Nut Life presents Christmas #1 – Advent Calendars posted at Its a Hard Nut Life ., saying, "A Christmas post about buying nut-free advent calendars and finding alternatives."

Jim Wilson presents 10 Snack Ideas for Kids with Allergies | Babysitters posted at Babysitters, saying, "According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of children with food allergies increased 18% between 1997 and 2007; while there are a plethora of theories about why food sensitivities are on the rise, there’s no definitive data to back up any one claim."




That concludes the 2012 year-end edition. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

Wishing everyone a happy and healthy 2013!
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