Cheri’s Extended Interview with Leah Robilotto
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During my Allergy Summit “A Convergence of Ideas for Food Allergy Sufferers” , I interviewed Leah Robilotto. Leah has two sons; one has no food allergies, the other has 11 life threatening allergies. Leah’s challenges led her to found the food allergy institute and made it a life calling to help others in a similar […]

Becoming a Hunter Gather
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When I plan my food shopping morning, it gets complicated. It used to be easy. Go to any major chain and buy some food, take it home, and make dinner. Then if you want to go out for dinner, the sky’s the limit. Anything goes. Not so with food allergies. Plus with multiple allergies, it’s […]

Cheri’s Extended Interview with Alayna Weimer
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During my Allergy Summit “A Convergence of Ideas for Food Allergy Sufferers” , I interviewed Alayna Weimer. As a foster Mom of 22 (and counting) kids, she has learned a thing or two about the effect of foods and food allergies on childhood behaviors. Listen as she shares her stories of how food allergies can […]

Cheri’s Extended Interview with Dee Sarwan
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As part of my allergy summit “A Convergence of Ideas for Food Allergy Sufferers” , I had the opportunity to interview Dee Sarwan, founder of E-Dacious foods, a line of delicious gluten and dairy free products. Her path through the distress of learning she had food allergies to the success of her business today is […]

Quick Start Guides
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Quick Start Guides Quick Start Guides are designed to give you some new ideas and suggestions as you start on your personal allergy adventure, coping with multiple food allergies. Of course everyone is unique, and you should always consult with your medical professionals regarding how any suggestions might affect you before applying any of these […]

Dumpling Madness
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The phone rang Saturday evening, much later than I usually receive calls. “It’s Joe. Is it too late to be calling?” I met Joe in Toastmasters. Over the years I’ve watched his kids grow and mature – his daughter now driving – who would believe it? Joe discovered he was allergic to gluten a few […]

Cheeseball
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If you are what you eat, then I used to be a cheeseball. I loved cheese so much I would put it on anything. Not just the usual sandwich or salad, but on sweet things as well – such as pie and cookies. Yes, even cookies. All my life I was afflicted with auto-immune disease. […]