Allergy Resources

General Resources

Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) educates families and communities with practical food allergy management strategies to save lives and improve the quality of life for children and their families.  One of the unique ways they provide this help is through their award-winning online community.  Their community is the largest online support community for families raising children with food allergies and it’s free!

Food Allergy and Anaplylaxis Connection Team's (FAACT) mission is to educate, advocate, and raise awareness for all individuals and families affected by food allergies and life-threatening anaphylaxis. FAACT is also your voice for food allergy awareness. Whether it’s keeping children safe at school, responding to food allergy bullying, dealing with workplace issues, or simply taking the family out for a bite to eat, their website has all the facts you need to manage food allergies and stay healthy.

Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) works on behalf of the 15 million Americans with food allergies, including all those at risk for life-threatening anaphylaxis. This potentially deadly disease affects 1 in 13 children in the United States – or roughly two in every classroom. FARE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was formed in 2012 as the result of a merger between the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network and the Food Allergy Initiative.

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), provides practical information, community based services and support to people through a network of Regional Chapters, Support Groups and other Local Partners around the U.S. AAFA develops health education, organizes state and national advocacy efforts and funds research to find better treatments and cures. In addition, the mission of AAFA's Web site is to provide online access to AAFA's reliable, validated asthma and allergy information and tools to families, patients, parents, healthcare providers, policymakers and others.

Allergic Living Magazine is the leading magazine for those with food allergies, celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or environmental allergies.  It features in-depth articles about these conditions as well as useful tips and advice columns.

Snack Safely provides straightforward, actionable information to help improve the lives of the estimated 15 million people in the US suffering with food allergies.  We strive to eliminate anaphylaxis by leveraging our on-line properties to educate, advocate, and connect the allergic community with products and services that help toward achieving this goal.


My Kids Food Allergies Our goal at My Kid’s Food Allergies is to protect children with food allergies through education, resources and professional connections. We strive to provide families with the best and most up-to-date information about everything food allergies. From articles about the basics of food allergies to the latest research, we provide everything you need to live and to thrive with food allergies in your family.

Food Allergy Support (FAS) is a FREE, very active forum where you can find information about how to live with food allergies. Whether you are an adult with food allergies, the parent of a child with food allergies or an individual simply interested in learning.

FUN resources!

Kyle Dine is a musician who specializes in the unique genre of food allergy music. He is at risk for anaphylaxis with food allergies to peanut, tree nut, egg, and mustard. Through growing up with all of these allergies, he realized how much of a psychosocial impact it can have. His music is aimed to empower youth over their food allergies and look at the bright side with the underlying message that food allergies are manageable.

Keeley McGuire Hi, I'm Keeley McGuire - The proud mother of "Little Miss", my sous chef. Together, we love spending time in the kitchen creating, baking, and eating fun foods. There are challenges to balancing motherhood, food allergies, and a full-time job... but I like to view them as an adventure! Our mission: Making allergy friendly foods fun!

Celiac and Gluten-Free resources

Celiac and the Beast I named this blog Celiac and the Beast because I’ve always loved Disney movies – and Belle was my favorite (don’t tell Ariel that). She was smart, kind, and looked past people’s appearances to what really mattered. Plus, I think I can sing all the songs from memory. Like Belle – I’ve learned to live with the Beast (the disease/wheat, etc.), but unlike Belle I will probably never learn to love it (hello Stockholm Syndrome much?).

Vegetarian Mamma My name is Cindy, I am the owner and author of Vegetarian Mamma. My husband and I grew up eating meat but decided to make the switch to a vegetarian diet about 12 years ago. Our children have been raised vegetarian.  We have also dealt with many food allergies, including life-threatening allergies.  In the past, we avoided all peanuts, tree-nuts, dairy, gluten and soy.  Thankfully my children have outgrown many of their allergies.  My youngest son and I both have to eat gluten-free and we are dairy sensitive.