Wednesday, March 3, 2010

The Nut-Free Mom Blog Presents...Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival

Welcome to the latest edition of the Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival! I think you'll find a great variety of articles today. Thanks to everyone who posted!

Fred Lee presents Effective Treatment For Peanut Allergies In Children posted at Parenting Squad.

Alice Enevoldsen presents Blondies posted at Safe and Yummy. Alice says: "I needed a brownie fix - so here's a no-egg, no-milk, no-nuts, no-chocolate option. Still has wheat though!!"

Alison offers resources for college students living with food allergies at Food allergies in college posted at Sure Foods Living.

Colette Martin also contemplates college and food allergies with Making the College Choice When You Have Food Allergies posted at Learning to Eat Allergy Free - Multiple Food Allergies.


Lara DeHaven presents Valentine's Day Cookies posted at Texas Homesteader. Lara says: "Even though Valentine's Day has come and gone, the gluten-free cookie recipe given in this article can be easily adapted for any occasion."


Nicole Smith presents How to Get Food Allergy Legislation Introduced in Your State posted at Nicole Smith.

Ruth Lovett Smith provides great tips for summer camp with her post Summer Camp and Food Allergies posted at Food Allergy & Gluten Free Guide: Best Allergy Sites. Ruth says: "It will be summer before you know it. Start planning for summer camp now--especially if you have a child with food allergies." Great advice!

Food Allergy Assistant provides some new insights into the rise of peanut allergy with The History of Peanut Allergies posted at Food Allergy Assistant saying "This new book takes a unique look at the question we've all been asking, "Where did all these peanut allergies come from?". Read the first chapter for free. It's truly eye-opening."

Tricia Hodges offers a trio of posts for us today beginning with Sunbutter posted at Hodgepodge. She also offers meal planning advice for food allergy parents with Meal Planning, Mixes. Tricia explains: "Meal planning helps me keep my two children with peanut/tree nut allergies safe. It is minimal effort with mega results!"

Tricia also offers us a Dad's eye view with Allergy Challenge. This post was written by her husband.

Finally, we have Lisa of Let's Talk Babies with Nut Allergies: Teaching Your Child to Steer Clear.

4 comments:

Lisa said...

Great job on the carnival. Thanks for including me.

Colette said...

Jenny,thanks so much for hosting this! Some great resources here!

Gabrielle (aka Peanut Free Mama) said...

I submitted a post for the carnival - what happened? :(

Jenny said...

Hi Gab,

I'm so sorry, I don't know what happened--I never got the post. I certainly would have liked to make you part of the list.


I'll let Jennifer B know. Again, sorry!--Jenny