When I discovered my daughter had allergies I was shocked; I had no knowledge of allergies or intolerances and there was very little information available to me.  Little did I know of the impact that this was going to have on day to day family life and the journey that we were about to embark on.

My hope is that by sharing information we will build a fantastic Allergy community.  There is some comfort in knowing that you aren’t alone with your allergies and that you are sharing this journey with many others.

The following blogs document the lives and experiences of others who are dealing with allergies.

Allergy Free Table

Julie is the CEO of Allergy Free Table.  When one of her sons was diagnosed with food allergies at 5 months old she became proactive in learning how to manage his care. Julie has been very active in advocacy, education, support, creating educational materials, and promoting legislation regarding food allergy safety

Allergy Free Table, LLC, are committed to providing information about food allergies, to help educate those who have food allergies, and those who are involved with individuals with food allergies through their Website, books, and online courses.

Average Allergy Mom

Susan is an Average Mom to 2 beautiful kids. A 6 year old daughter with multiple food allergies, environmental allergies and asthma and a 3 year old boy with no current allergies.

Taste of Allergy Free Living

Wendy’s blog focuses on her experiences caring for her son, who is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, milk, egg and soy, and has asthma.