Life without the "Top 6 Allergens" can be difficult. T offers recipes, product and restaurant reviews as well as shopping guides to take some of the bite out of grabbing a bite on a restrictive diet.
Hi There, Brynden here, I figured I’d pop over to the blog and update readers on what is going on–my human has been incredibly busy lately and has not stayed current with the blog. While the human is busy trying to update the blog, I thought I’d talk to you about some changes that are coming on the blog.
For a host of reasons the blog has been on hiatus. Hopefully it will be back up and running this upcoming weekend. Previously, my human had been the only one posting here. With the blog coming back to life this upcoming weekend you can look forward to guest posts from some pretty amazing people who suffer from food allergies as they discuss topics on food, safe eating, relationships, and more. The same great recipes, product reviews, and mailbags Q&A will remain.
Are you a new reader? If you are, read on for the cliff note backstory behind T and the motivation behind starting Life Without Six. In 2012, my mom, T was diagnosed with EoE (Eosinophilic Esophagitis), a condition that can cause choking or coughing when people eat allergens they aren’t supposed to. (As opposed to when Bangles, chokes because she’s eating too fast.) Since then she has been filling the apartment with noise and smells and food. In June 0f 2014 an added diagnosis of EGE (Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis).
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Disclaimer: This blog follows T’s experiences and personal dietary requirements. The products and recipes discussed on this site do not always follow the strictest adherence to allergen safety. (For instance, the use of products with trace amounts of allergens or potential cross-contamination.) Please keep your own dietary needs in mind as you read on.