Unfortunately “Allergy Season” does not only happen in Spring. We all know what Hayfever Season means but do you really know what is sending your nose into a streaming spiral and your eyes into a watering , make up running catastrophe ?
Pollen is probably the main seasonal allergen that causes the most “Hayfever” reactions but there are other agents can trigger allergic reactions as well. Mold spores, dust, airborne contaminants, dust mites, pet dander, cockroaches, environmental ch … Read More
We are by no means medical professionals but what we are, are Mom's who have children with allergies!! My youngest was dairy allergic, soy intolerant and borderline immune deficient as a baby, most of which she has outgrown with a bit of help and my one twin is severely gluten intolerant. Chantal, my Partner's child, has a variety of allergies, most of which are life threatening and she herself is a Type1 diabetic. So to say we have been there, done that and got the t-shirt is an … Read More
Travelling with an Allergy Kid
We were super lucky to be taken away on holiday to Mauritius with my Husband’s entire immediate family. Never mind super lucky, probably more like super spoilt!
Now I am a pretty organised person and the last time we travelled overseas it was with my little one who was dairy allergic and Soy intolerant !! I took a heap of stuff with us last time so that she could actually enjoy herself and we didn’t have to worry about food all the time.
This time it’s my one of … Read More
For anyone, no matter how big or small, being diagnosed with a diabetes is life changing. It means a massive change in lifestyle and simple pleasures that you once enjoyed at will, are no longer available to you. Birthday parties, sleep overs and school outings can be scary and challenging.
We at Allerygkids are so proud of our first real live Superhero, Lala. She has been super brave and we are so thankful to her and her family for joining our journey to bring awareness to the community and … Read More
When my worst fears were confirmed and I was told that my 12 month old daughter was dairy allergic, Soy Intolerant and border line immune deficient, my research started.
I realised that … Read More
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