About My Life with Food Allergies

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There are so many great voices talking about food allergies online today. The conversation is tackling everything from gluten intolerances and allergies to peanut and tree-nut allergies to dairy allergies and more. With the increasing number and scope of food allergies, wouldn’t it be helpful if you could go to one site and find many of those engaging, interesting, well-informed voices all at once?

Now you can. MyLifeWithFoodAllergies.com brings together  a variety of different voices contributing to the discussion on food allergies, offering a variety of perspectives on the issues and topics that matter most to you. And it’s all in an easy to navigate site where you can quickly scroll through and find the posts that intrigue you.

Our contributors come from all walks of life. Some are parents and college students. Some of food allergy bloggers. Others are nutritionists, chefs and other experts. And though their perspectives vary, they have one important thing in common: They are passionate about food allergies and sharing valuable information that can help, enlighten, educate and entertain with essays, articles and recipes.

This is your one-stop for the best and brightest voices in the food allergy space.

With new content appearing regularly, there’s always something fresh to dig into written by people facing the same challenges you are every day. Whether you are an allergy sufferer yourself, or someone you love has food allergies, MyLifeWithFoodAllergies.com is for you.

Welcome to My Life with Food Allergies …

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Erica Dermer

About Erica Dermer

Erica, founder and head celiac in charge of Celiac and the Beast, started her blog because she felt like she had a new voice to bring to the gluten-free table and needed some celiac catharsis through writing. With a background in marketing and market research and development (including the food and beverage industry), she's always had a soft spot in her heart for packaged goods, marketing, and branding in the gluten-free food industry. It also helps that she's a self-proclaimed terrible cook, so she relies on many gluten-free products to help her get through her day without burning down the kitchen. She uses humor to get through her diagnosis and living gluten-free in a world full of wheat. She has partnered with her non-celiac significant other, who not only designs gluten-free themed merchandise for Celiac and the Beast, but is a key taste-tester for the brand. Check out her blog at http://www.celiacandthebeast.com

One thought on “About My Life with Food Allergies

  1. c maglinger on

    Have had food allergies all of my life (soon to be 65). My big stumbling blocks are eggs, tomatoes, onions, corn, coconut, nuts – just to name a few. The only good thing is I am not gluten sensitive. Would really appreciate seeing some recipes that address some of the substitutions. Thanks,

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