EAS 067: My Financial Dilemma and the Future of Eat Allergy Safe

If you’re on my email list, you will have received this email last week. Although this wasn’t comfortable for me to write or record, it’s time I ask for help. Like most people, I  choose not to openly discuss money issues. But I’m going to put that...

EAS 061: Listener Story – How To Not Be Afraid Of Food Allergies

Elisabeth and her daughter Valerie are on today’s episode talking about dealing intolerances and multiple allergies including gluten, dairy, nuts, raw carrot, beef and lamb. It hasn’t been an easy road for Mum Elisabeth both with her own intolerances and managing...

EAS 059: Why “Taking Action” This Year Will Matter to You

Happy New Year! Welcome to 2018. Is this going to be your best year to date? In today’s podcast episode we’re back and have an action packed year ahead. I give you an update on Eat Allergy Safe, the sad reason I’ve been AWOL in December 2017 but also...

EAS 054: Kids With Allergies Finale – Mentoring an Allergy Mum

Today is the finale in our Allergy Kids Series.  Over the months of September and October each week I have been talking to kids with food allergies about what they really think about having allergies and how they live with them everyday. These allergy kids range from...

EAS 050: Kids With Food Allergies Mini Series – Sam, 17 years old

Have you ever wondered what kids think about their food allergies? Is it as scary as we allergies think it is? Or is there a silver lining? Over the months of September and October I will be publishing the Allergy Kids Mini Series. Each week I will be talking to kids...

EAS 049: Allergy Kids Mini Series – Naill, 15 years

Have you ever wondered what kids think about their food allergies? Is it as scary as we allergies think it is? Or is there a silver lining? Over the months of September and October I will be publishing the Allergy Kids Mini Series. Each week I will be talking to kids...

EAS 047: Kids With Allergies Mini Series – Oscar, 8 years old

Have you ever wondered what kids think about their food allergies? Is it as scary as we allergies think it is? Or is there a silver lining? Over the months of September and October I will be publishing the Allergy Kids Mini Series. Each week I will be talking to kids...

EAS 045: What’s it Like Being An Allergy Kid?

In today’s episode I’m going to be talking about what it’s like to be an allergy kid. Is it really as stressful as you think? I go through how I thought about my allergy at different ages in my life, how my parents influenced my views and if allergies have influenced...

EAS 040: How NOT to Travel With Allergies

With the summer here I wanted to take the opportunity to talk about travelling and the importance of being allergy safe and allergy smart. First I’ll be talking about how NOT to travel and then I’ll have a special message for the teenage boys with...

EAS 028: The 10 Best Pieces of Allergy Advice

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...

Episode 15: “She Lied to Us” and Almost Killed Our Daughter

Today’s Guest: My Parents, Robin and Suzie   What You’ll Learn: We spend this episode talking about the time I ended up in hospital with a severe allergic reaction to peanuts. My parents share their emotions, what happened, how it happened, everything...

Is There a Place Positive Allergy Stories Are All in One Place?

Thanks for joining me for my final video before The Eat Allergy Safe Podcast Launch. Episodes 001, 002, & 003 go live tomorrow morning! In my first video I shared with you my favourite quote from Michelle Berridale Johnson: ”The Click To Tweet are those...

How do You Tell Other People About Your Allergies?

In my last video I talked to you about the quote from Michelle Berridale Johnson said in her interview. ”The Click To Tweet are those people with allergies – Michelle B-Johnson @foodsmatter” username=”eatallergysafe”] And how this really...

What if You Could Change the Way You Live With Invisible Diseases?

How’s your week been? Good, I hope. But for some of you, maybe there have been some challenges this week. Not just any challenges, but allergy challenges… Sometimes with allergies, you don’t always know how to handle the challenges that arise. But, what if, that could...