When relatives don’t believe a food allergy is real, it’s a recipe for quarrels and broken bonds.
Don’t let food allergies get in the way of enjoying time with your relatives. Be polite but be firm to stay safe and ensure a peaceful get together.
For too long, students with asthma and allergies have suffered with
symptoms in dusty, moldy, chemical-smelling classrooms. But now some
schools are wiping the slate clean – with a healthy approach to air.
Exposure to a food allergen at 40,000 feet is an allergic person’s worst nightmare. For many travelers, it’s happening more often than it should.
We’ve sealed ourselves indoors with a toxic stew of gases, dust and mold. Home is just not so sweet any more.
Traveling with food allergies can be a challenge. One family makes it work by carrying a suitcase full of safe foods, cooking most meals and learning to adapt when things don’t go as planned.
Instead of letting life-threatening food allergies keep them home, the McKenzie-Davison family discovers how to vacation safely and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Follow these handy tips to minimize the risk of contact with food allergens while flying and ensure a safe and happy trip.