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Welcome to evidence-based food allergy discussion that's relatable and will help inform your family's food allergy journey.
Food allergy information that gives you peace of mind.
Food allergist Dr. Alice Hoyt and food allergy mom Pam Lestage share their strategies on all things medical, social, and emotional regarding food allergies.
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Have you experienced these challenges in parenting a kiddo with food allergy?
The Need for Credible,
Food allergy families are savvy, and they want accurate information to help them navigate the day-to-day. You many be seeking guidance on what to expect at different ages and stages as well as support in managing the mental health aspects of this disease.
The anxiety of worrying about a life-threatening reaction, rare as that is, can be 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.
These challenges are real, and Dr. Hoyt and Pam are here to help you navigate them all.
Recent Articles & Podcast Episodes
From OIT to FPIES to all types of food allergies, Dr. Alice Hoyt covered a lot in 2022! Is your favorite food allergy podcast episode on the list?
Doctors' appointments can be long, especially allergy appointments. Skin testing, ingestion challenges, and oral immunotherapy (OIT) can take time, so Pam and Dr. Hoyt interviewed Dr. Betty Choi for her fun, screen-free strategies to keeping her kiddos entertained.
Like many parents of kiddos with food allergies, this disease may cause you much anxiety, and you've wished there was a way to help keep your kiddo safe. Oral immunotherapy (OIT) and sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) may be options, but who are good candidates for these treatments?