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From a board-certified allergist and a food allergy mom, let evidence-based, practice-proven information accompany you on your family's food allergy journey.

Betty, Mom and Pediatrician
"Food allergies can be tricky for anyone to understand, and as a pediatrician, I’ve noticed that even healthcare professionals get confused about the differences with different types of food reactions, let alone when to give epinephrine. Dr. Hoyt does a wonderful job clarifying common myths with evidence-based guidelines and also reassuring food allergy families. So thankful for her wonderful podcast!"
JayJay, Food Allergy Parent
Like having an allergist as a best friend I’ve learned so much on Dr Hoyt’s podcast and it’s really helped me navigate my toddler’s peanut and egg allergies. I had to administer epinephrine for the first time this weekend when my toddler had a reaction that included violent coughing and vomiting while we were at Disneyland. I had so much gratitude to Dr Hoyt during that event because I have heard epis discussed frequently on her show, I was well prepared with epinephrine in my diaper bag, and the Auvi-Q epi Dr Hoyt recommended on this show was extremely simple and effective to use. We asked a Disneyland worker for assistance to get to an emergency room and my toddler recovered quickly. Throughout the experience I felt guided by Dr Hoyt’s voice (rather than even my own allergist’s) and I’m just so grateful to her for making the information on this podcast available. Thank you so much Dr Hoyt. 100% recommend.
Southern Allergy Mom, Food Allergy Parent
Breath of fresh air in a confusing world. It is comforting to hear an allergy doctor speak to parents and professionals who deal with food allergies on a daily basis. So many times these types of conversations can seem stuffy, but Dr. Hoyt is warm, understanding and discusses all her topics in a way that all can understand, not just those in the medical field. As a food allergy parent, this podcast and blog excite me.
Rob, Food Allergy Dad
So, so valuable. I was introduced to Dr. Hoyt when she diagnosed my son with a nut allergy......at 17 years old! She not only knows her stuff but is also the sweetest, most engaging doctor I’ve ever met. What else could anyone ask for in such a valuable, educational podcast?? Top notch, expert analysis combined with a friendly, inviting presentation. You’ll enjoy the information while feeling like you just had a conversation over tea with your neighbor.
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Food Allergy
Articles & Podcast

Today is the day your knowledge of food allergy prepares to soar, and your fear of "what if" begins to fade.

Your family's food allergy journey may have just begun, or you and your kiddo may be well acquainted with navigating life with food allergy.

Wherever you are on your journey, this is the place where you will find accurate information from allergists, researchers, academic journals, and other credible sources, all while highlighting the hope that exists in this advancing field and focusing on the joy that comes with being a parent.

Welcome to the start of your more information,
less stress approach to food allergy!

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Have you experienced these challenges in parenting a kiddo with food allergy?

The Need for Credible,
Helpful Resources

Food allergy families are savvy, and they want accurate information to help them navigate the day-to-day and to provide anticipatory guidance on what to expect at different ages and stages as well as support in managing the mental health aspects of this disease.

The Emotional
Rollercoaster

Although it is rare for a child to die of anaphylaxis, the potential that such a tragic event could occur is absolutely nerve-wracking. Combine that with having to discuss your kiddo's food allergy with so many people just to keep your kiddo safe, and frustrations can and do occur.

The Ever-Changing
Journey

Every family's path is unique, but there are milestones you may experience. These may include a period of unknown as you are awaiting further evaluation by a specialist. Or perhaps you are mourning your loss of normalcy or relationships are strained due to the new restrictions on your child. You may also face financial challenges that were not a concern prior to diagnosis.

These challenges are real, and Pam and Dr. Hoyt are here to help you navigate them all.

Get all the latest up-to-date information on food allergy and your kiddo!

Recent Articles & Podcast Episodes

Top 3 Tips for an Awesome Summer with Food Allergies

Summertime is a time for fun in the sun, but for families managing food allergies, summer can also be a time of anxiety. But don't worry – you've got this! We've got your back with our top three tips for having an awesome summer with food allergies.

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Allergy Versus Immune Tolerance

In food allergy, the immune system is like a playground. The balance of allergy and immune tolerance is like a see-saw. Food allergy is not just the activation of allergy cells by a food. Food allergy is the lack of…

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Children with Celiac Disease and other food issues can have happy, healthy lives.

Celiac Disease: What It Is and Isn't and What To Do About It

Celiac disease is a condition that affects millions of people all over the world but is often misunderstood. Celiac disease is not a “wheat allergy” or a “gluten sensitivity.” It is an inappropriate immune response to gluten, and it can have serious consequences if left untreated. In this post, we will break down what Celiac

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Do food allergies cause eczema? Here are the facts!

Food allergies are a hot topic right now. There seems to be a new food allergy every day, and many people are wondering if food allergies cause eczema. The answer is no – food allergies do not cause eczema. However, atopic dermatitis (eczema) is a risk factor for developing food allergies. In this blog post,

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