Category: Food Allergies / Diets / Restrictions

No Peanut Butter? It’s All My Kid Will Eat!

By Guest Blogger Angela Fuller, Founder & President, Food Allergy Families of the Triad The start of a new school year comes with new adjustments; new teacher, new...

Being a Friend to a Child with Food Allergies

By Guest Blogger Angela Fuller, Founder & President of Food Allergy Families of the Triad Do you ever think about the qualities that make a good friend? ...

EAT Little Man, EAT!

By Guest Blogger Kristen Bagwell When I was in college, I had a boyfriend whose mother would literally chase us around with food from the time we arrived at her house...

Host a Fun and Allergy Safe Birthday Party

By Guest Blogger Suzy Fielders Hosting a child’s birthday party usually takes a lot of work and can sometimes even be stressful (OK most parents reading this are...

Food Allergies & Inclusion at School

By Guest Blogger Angela Fuller Everyone, in one way or another, wants to be included, and as a society we encourage each other to be nice and include others. It sounds...

Three Teaspoons

By Guest Blogger Chrissy McCullough Three teaspoons. That’s the amount of added sugar that the World Health Organization and the American Heart Association...

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Allergy Partners of the Piedmont is committed to providing its patients with the best care and experience possible.  They have five convenient locations in the Triad...

The ABCs of Real Fitness & Nutrition for the Entire Family

By Laura Buxenbaum With New Years just behind us, many of us are still renewing our commitment to a healthy lifestyle. This year attack the age-old lose weight and eat...

Food as Medicine

By Rebecca Rugh-Webb, School Psychologist Working as a school psychologist for the last eight years and having my own small children I have come to observe that children...

The Benefits of an Alkaline Diet

By Civey Conway, cancer survivor Last May, I profiled Civey as a Mom on the Move to celebrate her defeat over Stage IV lung cancer. A little over a year ago, she was...