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 Val Nichols, founder of Val Nichols Consulting, a marketing consulting and coaching company. Her story of sulfite allergies is instructive and insightful. I hope you enjoy it.
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 […]
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 […]