Watch this fun video on food allergy
do's and don'ts
It's Food Allergy Awareness Month! Check out our new national awareness campaign and learn how you can help drive awareness all month long.
Hot off the press! We recently launched our new resource for post-secondary institutions, which will help campuses across Canada to be more allergy-friendly. Find out more about this exciting initiative.
Nominate a food allergy advocate for our Robyn Allen Leadership Award. Plus, students can apply to win $1,000 with the Sabrina Shannon Memorial Award. Hurry, deadlines are fast approaching!
Plus, discover the benefits of MedicAlert, and take advantage of a special promotion exclusive to Food Allergy Canada members.
Lisa Buckley and River Cheng [Image courtesy of CBC Radio]
Learn about our recent advocacy initiatives: From ensuring you received greater clarity regarding WestJet's allergen policy changes, to speaking out about food allergy bullying, and making sure our voice was heard at a youth summit and a food safety summit.
Plus, read Chatelaine's article on the latest developments in food allergy research with their article titled, "How close are we to a cure for food allergies?". Check out our mythbuster about the skin prick test and if it's an indicator of how allergic you may be.
Linda Kirste, a Registered Dietitian, provides her guidance on how to ensure kids with multiple food allergies receive proper nutrition. She also provides ideas on how to meet the nutritional needs of kids with milk, peanut, tree nut, or wheat allergy.
Catherine McBean, co-leader of Children with Food Allergies Alberta
Hear from Catherine McBean and Karen Bracegirdle, the co-leaders of the Children with Food Allergies Alberta - Education and Support Group. Read about their journey and how they joined forces to support families in Edmonton and all over the world!