Our Food Journey
Kids and Food Intolerance- 13 years on.The food intolerance journey is ongoing and even when you think you've figured it all out, you never quite have. It's especially hard with kids as you can't read their minds and they often cannot verbalize what they feel. Find out what symptom we discovered was related to food even when we thought everything was stable.
Surving school camp
How do kids with special dietary needs feel on school camp? How can you support them to feel like they are included and not 'the odd one out?'
Sending your kids away to camp is always stressful for parents with kids who have special dietary needs. Read our story for hints and tips.
Could food cause acid reflux in your baby?
Could food intolerance or allergy be causing gastric reflux in your baby?
Is there something up with your baby that you just can’t seem to work out, but you know something is not right? Does your baby have trouble feeding, staying asleep for longer than one sleep cycle or wake when put down flat? Do they arch their back, curl up their knees, or just cry a lot more than you’d expect?
Fighting the Summer FluModern life often feels like a constant race against the clock. Between family, friends and work, there are so many things important things keeping us busy that it’s hard to find the time to properly relax and recover. There are a lot of reasons why getting enough rest might not be possible and the build-up of stress over time can lead to emotional and physical burnout. When we are exhausted, our immune systems are weakened and can have trouble fighting off viruses and illness.
Schools And Food Intolerance – Helpful Hints
There are a number of resources for parents of kids with food allergies around but what about for kids with intolerances? What things can you do to help ensure a smooth transition to school for your child with food intolerance?