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Founder of No Nuts Moms Group, Lisa Rutter

Killer Food Allergies

Release Date: 07/31/2019

Merrill Debbs of Red Sneakers for Oakley show art Merrill Debbs of Red Sneakers for Oakley

Killer Food Allergies

This week's episode is with the phenomenal, Merrill Debbs. Merrill is Oakley's mom. After Oakley ingested one of his allergens, went into anaphylactic shock and died, Merrill and her family rose up and - through their grief - founded Red Sneakers for Oakley. Their mission is to raise awareness about the severity of food allergies. Listen in to the amazing Merrill, who doesn't hold back.

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Founder of The Food Allergy Institute, Leah Robilotto show art Founder of The Food Allergy Institute, Leah Robilotto

Killer Food Allergies

Today's episode is with Leah Robilotto of The Food Allergy Institute.  In this episode, Leah and I discuss food allergy teasing, taunting and bullying.  With an expertise in assisting schools and families through the psychological trauma that can come with food allergy management, Leah offers tips and tricks for addressing issue and concern, that benefits all sides of an issue.

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Killer Food Allergies

Listen in as Nicole talks about growing up with multiple life-threatening food allergies, and how she successfully navigated her chronic health issue, while digging into and enjoying all that life has to offer.

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Killer Food Allergies

Listen in as Pete Carey describes his goal to create the Google of life style apps.  Motivated with the intention to have the world ask, "Did you uBeeU it?"  Pete and his team are developing an app to serve the planet.  Starting with food & beverage, this app will tell you whether or not what you are interested in consuming is safe and/or in line with dietary requirements that you define.

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Jenny Stackle, Founder - Kip's Granola Bark show art Jenny Stackle, Founder - Kip's Granola Bark

Killer Food Allergies

Tired of coming up short when searching for a tasty & healthy snack that worked for her food allergic son, Jenny set out to bake something up herself. 

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Killer Food Allergies

This episode is dedicated to each of you who deal with the MULTITUDE of challenges faced in the food allergy world.  These are your stories.  These are your struggles, challenges and victories.  You are an amazing community of warriors who never get a break and I'm inspired by your ability to rise up, stay in it and keep on keepin' on.

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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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Founder & Chief Officer of Awesome, Jennifer Thai of The Awesome Bites Company show art Founder & Chief Officer of Awesome, Jennifer Thai of The Awesome Bites Company

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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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.