Travel checklist for allergy patients

Dealing with allergies and going on vacation can be stressful. But do not worry – with our travel checklist it will be easy to relax and have fun just like anyone else. We have prepared an essential checklist of all the things you should consider: Use a packing app There are plenty of free apps … Continued

Food allergy: Best and worst US airlines

Traveling with food allergies can be challenging. Choosing an airline that will accommodate your needs is an important step to make your overall travel experience safer and more enjoyable. But what makes an airline allergy-friendly? There are some best practices that indicate how willing an airline is to assist allergy sufferers, including: Allowing preboarding for … Continued

US vacation destinations for seasonal allergy sufferers

Depending on where you live and what kind of pollen you are allergic to, seasonal allergies can bother you almost all year. Naturally, a vacation should be a chance to relax and escape the irritants triggering your allergy symptoms. We collected a list of various holiday destinations that work for allergy patients. The best vacation … Continued

Holiday season: 10 tips for dealing with food allergies

Holiday season is the time of the year where families and friends get together and celebrate around a table stacked with delicious dishes. However, things can get a bit tricky if you are dealing with a food allergy or are going to be hosting a food allergic guest. The last thing anyone wants is having … Continued

Holiday spice swaps for food intolerances

Are you getting ready for the most wonderful time of the year? Between big family dinners and Christmas cookies, the holiday season always tastes delicious – thanks to warming flavorful spices like cinnamon, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, and of course vanilla. Believe it or not, but food intolerances against certain spices are not uncommon. But what … Continued

O Christmas Tree … is it an allergy?

The holiday season is in full swing – time to deck the halls! But beware: If you suddenly find yourself sneezing, fatigued, and with a runny nose during the most wonderful time of the year, it might not be a cold. It could be an allergy, and your Christmas tree might be the culprit.   … Continued

3 allergy-safe holiday cookie recipes

There’s no holiday season without delicious homemade cookies. Popular favorites like the classic sugar cookie, the gingerbread man, and the peanut butter blossoms never go out of style – but they’re usually made with a bunch of ingredients that won’t work for anyone struggling with a food allergy or intolerance. Most classic recipes use ingredients … Continued

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