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Real Life Stories - Zhaire Smith

Killer Food Allergies

Release Date: 06/19/2019

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Killer Food Allergies

On a visit to my home town, Petaluma, California, I have the opportunity to sit down with an old high school chum of mine.

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Killer Food Allergies

Today I sit down with the fantastic, joyful Jennifer Thai of Awesome Bites Co.

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Killer Food Allergies

Today I sit down with two fierce mama's, that gently approached the school our kids attend, to discuss best practices for managing food allergies on campus.

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Killer Food Allergies

What is this Oral Allergy Syndrome everyone talks about??? My friend Amy and I spent some time chatting about OAS and how proteins in food, connect with environmental allergens.

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Killer Food Allergies

Listen in as Lisa Rutter shares her story from diagnosis, to launching what is now one of the largest online allergy communities out there today.

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Killer Food Allergies

In this Episode, I have the great pleasure to chat with Leah Robilotto, Founder of The Food Allergy Institute.

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Killer Food Allergies

Holly Bayardo's journey into the complex world of allergies offers insight for all of us. Her raw, unfiltered, viewpoint is refreshing & much needed. The mom of a daughter with complex & terrifying food allergies, Holly is deep in the trenches of this confusing subject. With her “laugh so I don’t cry…” approach, Holly hopes to clear up some of the confusion, and create a community of support for those living with, or taking care of, someone managing life-threatening food allergies.

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Killer Food Allergies

This episode features a story we can all relate with, written by Maureen Thom.  I will also delve into all the things we need to think about and prepare for, as the start of another school is fast approaching.

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Killer Food Allergies

Imagine settling in for a long flight and feeling a tingling in your lips and on your tongues. Shortly thereafter your throat & chest are getting tight, and you're struggling to breathe. Oh, and you're maybe 19 years old, alone, and when you reach out for help, no one comes...

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Killer Food Allergies

In this Episode we learn how Missy Clay built a business of natural & healing products, in answer to her own daughters battle with chronic skin issues.

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Irreverent and bitter, with maybe a little light swearing, Holly Bayardo says what we’re all thinking.  Her journey into the complex and confusing world of allergies offers insight for all of us, whether we are a little sneezy, or could die from ingesting a single sesame seed.  Without being afraid to say things like, “…big pharma is working against us,” Holly’s raw, unfiltered, viewpoint is refreshing and much needed.  As the mom of a daughter with complex & terrifying food allergies, Holly is deep in the trenches of what seems to have become an outbreak of illness for this generation of children.  In her experience, just the word - ALLERGY - has become a lightning rod for controversy and confusion. 

Why this curious spike?  With her “laugh so I don’t cry…”  approach, sprinkled with a fantastic line up of guests, Holly hopes her experience on the front lines with this epidemic will help answer that question and more.