To celebrate 6 month anniversary of the EAS Podcast, this weeks episode is a celebration. Today I’m doing a run down of the top 10 most downloaded episodes! I’ll be playing a clip from each episode sharing some of the great stories, tips and advice. 

What You’ll Learn:

#10: Episode 24 with Cindy Murray : Don’t suffer! Find a GP who will listen, record your symptoms and talk to people who have been in your situation.

#9: Episode 11: How to Tame Your Allergy Fears, with me Nina: I talk about how I got over my food aversion by getting in the kitchen and taking control of my food.

Living in fear of allergies is not healthy, and it is no way to live! - Nina Modak Click To Tweet

#8 Episode 13: with my Mum, Suzie – “Shocked Out of My Socks” Part 2: How my Mum Learned about Anaphylaxis Before the Internet. It would have been easy enough for my Mum to do everything for me, but that wouldn’t have meant that I knew how to look after and take ownership of my allergies myself.

#7: Episode 17 with Karen Woodford: Karen and her eldest daughter were diagnosed with Coeliac Disease around the same time. Even though her daughter is still young, the first words she’s learning to read is “gluten free.”

#6: Episode 23 with Nathalie Newman: It’s over to adult allergies and Nathalie talks about the importance of taking control of your well being because you will feel better when you know what’s going on.

#5: Episode 15 with me, my Mum and my Dad: We reflect on my allergic reaction to peanuts and I talk about how I could have taken more ownership of my allergy then.

It’s never going to have as much affect as hearing from the allergy sufferer themselves. Click To Tweet

#4: Episode 12 with my Mum: Mum tells me about how she felt more than shocked at my diagnosis, so when she told other people she wanted them to feel the same shock too.

#3: Episode 22 with me, How to Tell Other People About Your Allergies: The most important thing is to know that you can say “no.”

#2: Episode 19 with Gwen Smith: Gwen says you shouldn’t close your life even if you develop allergies in adult hood.

#1: Episode 21 with Felicia Sabartinelli: Felicia takes an incredibly positive view of her allergies and amazingly because there is a lot she doesn’t know about her own allergies. She considers herself her own personal science experiment after developing Oral Allergy Syndrome and that her symptoms have been getting worse as she gets older.


My Skillshare Courses

As mentioned at the end of the episode, along with writing some recipe books (“Gluten Free and Vegan Chocolate Treats” & “30 Days, 30 Dinners”) I have started teaching allergy safe baking and cooking! To find out what you like to learn about, I’ve started putting them up on Skillshare.

I’d love for you to take a look, so I have created some FREE enrolment links. Simply click on the titles below and it will take you straight to the class. You will NOT need to pay anything or sign up with a card. You will be able to watch the tutorial straight away 🙂


P.S. I’d love to know what you thought. Leave me a review on Skillshare or a note in the comment section below of this post.

FREE Enrolment Links:


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One of our little goals we would love to achieve for is to get into the iTunes “New & Noteworthy” Section, it means we get free front page advertising on iTunes, how great for allergy awareness! But we can’t do it without you. Please subscribe, rate and review on iTunes so that the people at Apple will take notice of our podcast

And lastly, if you have any questions, thoughts, or guests you want to see on the show, please contact me via the contact page.

Chocolate Recipe Book: want the first chapter free??

For those of you who have been following my blog and podcast for a little while you’ll know I’m writing a Gluten Free, Nut Free, Dairy & Egg Free Chocolate Recipe Book. It is the ultimate guide to working with dairy free chocolate with an amazing array of cakes, cupcakes, cookies, biscuits, sweet morsels and other delights.

I am hoping to have this e-book published at the end April. But don’t worry, if you can’t wait until then you can get your hands on the first chapter including 2 recipes. (There are also 2 bonus recipes you get sent later….)

To get your free copy and get the latest info on my recipe book launch, sign up with your email address below.

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