“You’re going to ask people to drink milk in a winery? That’s just crazy”. Well, it might have sounded a bit crazy but you just can’t pass up a good opportunity to do a demo at such a great place. The other thing is we don’t just sell a great tasting dairy milk alternative. We […]
Cheri’s third interview with Dr David Otto discussing food allergies, anti-bodies, and endorphins. Dave is a chiropractor, allergy sufferer and a source of knowledge on allergies. please enjoy his insights into living with food allergies.
Since my food allergy diagnosis, my husband and I rarely eat out. When we do, it’s usually something far away from the foods I used to eat. Indian curries are great, and Thai foods offer many choices. Chinese food can be good, but I’ve had some bad reactions even though they offer gluten-free versions. I’m […]
Cheri’s second interview with Dr David Otto covering a range of allergy related topics. Dave is a chiropractor, allergy sufferer and a source of knowledge on allergies. please enjoy his insights into living with food allergies.
I was overwhelmed when I was first diagnosed with food allergies. All my life I had enjoyed all food had to offer. I loved going to restaurants. So much so that any vacation included plans on where to eat. Las Vegas was always a favorite. So many celebrity chefs have restaurants there, and it was […]
As part of my allergy summit “A Convergence of Ideas for Food Allergy Sufferers” , I had the opportunity to interview Dave Otto, a chiropractor, allergy sufferer and a source of knowledge on allergies. His training and life’s journey has provided him with insights into living with food allergies. I hope you enjoy it.
Who am I speaking of? Restaurant servers. In the last month, I have been at two chain restaurants. As I looked at the menu, I sadly realized that there was no menu item that I could order and eat safely. There are several things you need to be concerned about when eating out. The […]
It all started with bread. After the initial shock of being diagnosed with multiple food allergies, one of the first baking projects I tried was bread. The first surprise was learning that I couldn’t just substitute one kind of non-wheat flour for regular flour. I spent much money buying rice flour, oat flour, and several […]
I love to entertain, to feed my friends. I love the discussions that happen during mealtime, to hear people’s stories. In my past life – prior to my allergy diagnosis – I created meals without any consideration for allergies or dietary considerations. I didn’t know anyone that had an allergy, at least that had admitted […]
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 […]