Category Archives: Allergy Education

Which Milk Alternative is Nutritionally Best to Buy?

It is a pleasure to hand over this post to guest Colette from Growing Healthy Eaters. Colette was in touch with me recently as she has just set up as a childs healthy eating specialist. Her mission is to support parents to give their kids more nourishing food, including providing advice on dealing with allergies and… Read More »

A1 Protein Could be the Cause of Dairy-Related Digestive Issues Rather than Lactose

NB: As many of my readers suffer with Cows’ Milk Protein Allergy, I want to make clear that a2Milk™ is not suitable for those with Cows’ Milk Protein Allergy.  In a recent poll I conducted about why members of my facebook group are dairy free, the majority of those who answered said it was because… Read More »

Allergy Stories: Sadhbh Devlin

My latest Allergy Story is from the lovely Sadhbh, children’s author and blogger at Where Wishes Come From. She is the mother of lovely twins Lile and Sábha. One of the twins has a peanut allergy and the other thankfully has no food allergies.      Hi Sadhbh, thanks so much for taking some time… Read More »

Free From Food Awards Ireland

In April the boys and I had an opportunity to help judge the Free From Food Awards Ireland. I was there on cake and bread judging day and the boys helped judge the kids choice category. In its second year, the Free From Food Awards is the only awards in Ireland dedicated to free from… Read More »

Isn’t it just lovely to have a choice – Inclusion and Food Allergies

I’ve written about inclusion for those with food allergies before, how in parent’s eyes the safety is always primary concern but in the child’s eyes not being left out is one of the most important things to them. The simple thing most kids take for granted, of being able to have the same as everyone… Read More »