Foodie Trip to NYC: 9 Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Reviews

Planning a trip to New York? Have food allergies? Then read on... When you have a kid with food allergies, planning a trip can be stressful enough, but the thought of travelling with someone outside of your 'allergy bubble' is downright anxiety-provoking. Travelling with another allergy mama, however, is the best. You never have to … Continue reading Foodie Trip to NYC: 9 Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Reviews

Profile of a Food-Allergic Kid: Amanda Orlando (Everyone’s Welcome)

Food allergy blogger and entrepreneur Amanda Orlando was diagnosed with multiple food allergies as a very young baby. Her parents knew something was wrong because she was constantly ill from feeding and covered in eczema. Throughout the course of her life, Amanda has experienced several severe reactions, but she began blogging about life with food allergies after … Continue reading Profile of a Food-Allergic Kid: Amanda Orlando (Everyone’s Welcome)

7 Allergy-Safe Things To Do in Toronto This Summer

In case you haven't noticed, it's been a while since I updated the AllergyBites blog. I've been super busy organizing our very first #AllergyMom Meetup, collaborating with a non-profit on a fundraising initiative, and more! And yet... I have so much to share with you. So here's the official 'cheater's version.' I've lumped everything into … Continue reading 7 Allergy-Safe Things To Do in Toronto This Summer

An Open Letter to Narcity About Your Article On Where to Eat When You’re “Allergic to Everything”

UPDATE: It appears that this article has been unpublished since I posted my open letter to Narcity. This is a big win for the food allergy community! Thanks to everyone who commented, shared and helped spread the word.  As the mom of a toddler with multiple food allergies, there are days when it feels like … Continue reading An Open Letter to Narcity About Your Article On Where to Eat When You’re “Allergic to Everything”

Profile of an Allergy Parent: Sarah Gray (ausEE Inc.)

Sarah Gray is the mom to 2 young girls—her eldest daughter, Bella, has multiple food allergies and lives with a condition called Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE). Bella is allergic to milk (dairy), eggs, fish and chicken, and avoids soy and peanuts (previously also corn and wheat) due to being suspected triggers of her EoE. AllergyBites: Can … Continue reading Profile of an Allergy Parent: Sarah Gray (ausEE Inc.)

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Review of an Allergy-Friendly Bakery: Bloomer’s

This allergy-friendly restaurant was reviewed by guest blogger, Claudia Mokbel. Born and raised in Toronto, Claudia is excited to see dairy- and egg-free restaurants popping up all over the city so she can visit them with her vegan husband. She enjoys being active in her spare time to compensate for all the eating. All opinions … Continue reading Review of an Allergy-Friendly Bakery: Bloomer’s

Profile of a Food-Allergic Kid: Samara Carroll (Carroll Counselling)

Food Allergy Therapist Samara Carroll has lived with life-threatening food allergies since she was a toddler. Now that she’s all grown up, Samara helps children with food allergies navigate the ups and downs of life as a food-allergic kid. AllergyBites: What foods are you allergic to? Samara Carroll: I have had anaphylactic food allergies to … Continue reading Profile of a Food-Allergic Kid: Samara Carroll (Carroll Counselling)