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Ollie shops with us and helps us with saving money with food allergies

Please note: this post contains affiliate links. Shopping with food allergies is expensive. This was a really hard fact for me, the deal-shopping addict, to accept. Over the past two and a half years, I’ve learned how to balance a budget and allergic eating. This is by no means a $50/week plan. I do not believe that is possible with food allergies and a focus on organic, non-GMO ingredients. This is simply how I stretch our food budget as much as possible so we always have safe, delicious, and healthy products for our family. Let me help you start saving money with food allergies! my

Pure Haven Dream Cream and Lotion

Please note: this post contains affiliate links. Ollie has the trifecta: allergies, asthma, and eczema. His first year of life was terrible in the eczema department. His chubby baby cheeks sometimes bled they were so irritated. After almost three years, we finally have things somewhat under control, with a big emphasis on somewhat. Eczema drives me CRAZY. One minute skin is perfect and the next your child sweats for three minutes instead of two and their legs are a disaster. the dreaded cortisone As one who likes to be as organic and natural as possible, eczema has been especially hard to swallow. The photo above

food allergy emergency kit/med bag hanging with an LL Bean backpack in an entryway

Please note: this post contains affiliate links. When Ollie was first diagnosed with food allergies, I was so overwhelmed. I didn’t want to leave the house unless we brought half of it with us. There were too many “what if’s” and “just in case’s” to prepare for. That meant lugging around a lot of stuff. Over time, I’ve pared our go-to food allergy emergency kit (aka. med bag) down to a reasonable amount of essentials I’m comfortable with. the med bag bag First, the bag itself. We use a Thirty One Cool Clip Thermal. The bag’s carabineer means it can easily be carried on its

ollergy's current cause is fundraising for FARE's food allergy heroes walk

As mentioned in the footer, a portion of all proceeds from this blog go towards food allergy related causes. The causes will be a variety of things: donations to FARE or Team Ollergy for FARE’s Food Allergy Heroes Walk in Boston, donations of allergy-friendly food to local food shelves, and advocacy and awareness work, especially during Food Allergy Awareness Week. And proceeds, you ask? Have you noticed statements like this on other websites? “This site uses affiliate links at no extra cost to you to offset the costs of running this blog” Well, that’s what we are doing as well. Ollergy uses affiliate links at