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Lisa Lundy

As the mother of three food allergic children - including one who has celiac disease - I have lived the gluten-free & casein-free diet and beyond every single day for more than a decade. My youngest child had a life-threatening health issue, which thanks to multiple medical interventions and... Full Bio
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10 Easy Ways To Improve Your Health by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Yes, there are easy ways to improve your health and I'm going to give you 10 Easy Ways to Improve your health, which are based on both research and experience. We could ... Read on »
A Plea to Dear Abby for Help for Millions of Children and their families by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies  I am going to make a personal plea to Dear Abby and ask all of you and everyone I can to do the same thing.  The Dear Abby Column, over years has made a big difference in ... Read on »
Allergy Advice: Sanding, Staining and Sealing Wood Safely by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Last week I blogged about painting safely for those individuals with environmental allergies however minor or major. In this post I will give you the high points for sand ... Read on »
Allergy FAQ Part I: Frequently Asked Questions on Allergy by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies This topic is one that I spend the most amount of time explaining to consumers. I will do this post in several parts because it will simply be too long to put all in on ... Read on »
Allergy FAQ Part II: Frequently Asked Questions on Allergy by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies In yesterday's post I discussed what an allergy is and how allergies are categorized. Today we will look at what are the symptoms for allergies. The symptoms that IgE a ... Read on »
Allergy FAQ Part III: Frequently Asked Questions on Allergy by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Having talked about the definition of allergy, the various types of allergies, and allergy testing - let's move on to a more controversial subject that of allergy treat ... Read on »
Allergy Testing: My Allergy Test and Other Testing by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies When it comes to allergies and allergy testing there is no question that it can get confusing for the consumer. I am very excited to share with you a new testing tool f ... Read on »
American diet falls short in providing adequate nutrition by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition, titled “Americans Do Not Meet Federal Dietary Recommendations” by Susan M. Krebs-Smith, et al concludes: over 80% of ... Read on »
Celiacs and Gluten-Free Friends: Meet me in Boston for a great gluten free dinner by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Yes, calling all celiacs and those on a gluten-free diet: meet me at Burtons Grill in Hingham, MA on Monday, September 3rd for a three course gluten-free meal priced at ... Read on »
Converting Recipes to be Gluten-Free and Allergen Free by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies This topic is one that I get a fair amount of questions on so I thought I'd do a public post in an effort to help those of you who are looking to convert family recipes ... Read on »
Death by the US Healthcare System - What you know could save your life by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Sometimes it's who you know that matters while other times it is what you know that makes all the difference in life. I have long been an advocate of educated consumers ... Read on »
Debunking the Myth that there is no science supporting the Gluten-Free Diet by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies I am so excited, and I do mean I am really, really excited because today I had a PRWeb News Release go out about the science that supports a gluten-free diet. I just Blogg ... Read on »
Detoxification and Wellness: Dr. Morrison's New Book and More by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies For those of you looking to be healthy and well, I want to let you know about a new book titled “Cleanse Your Body, Clear Your Mind” by Jeffrey A. Morrison, M.D. I bel ... Read on »
Eat Your Greens Soup by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies We participate in a CSA, which stands for Community Supported Agriculture, and at this time of year it means that we are getting plenty of greens.  Typically we use greens ... Read on »
Exploring the relationship between Cesarean birth and celiac disease and food allergies by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies A recent PubMed article (Epub 2010 May 17) looking at the relationship between Cesarean delivery and celiac disease is causing some consternation. Before I get into the ... Read on »
Failure To Thrive in Infants and Young Children by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Recently I dealt with a mother and her infant who was on the verge of being diagnosed with failure to thrive. Just as the phrase implies, failure to thrive, is a condit ... Read on »
Free History of Food Allergies White Paper by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies I have recently released a free white paper that you can download from my website on the History of Food Allergies.  You can read the PRWeb Press Release and get the detai ... Read on »
Free Seminar on Avoiding Additives Linked to ADHD and Autism by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies I just saw this new press release from the Feingold Association, an organization I support and highly recommend.  With their permission, I am sharing it with ... Read on »
Gathering the Science on the Gluten-Free Diet by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies About 7 years ago, a retired RN who happens to have celiac disease and who just happens to be a cloistered nun, sent me many studies on the gluten-free diet. The studies w ... Read on »
Getting Your Kids to Eat Healthier - The Journey Begins by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Almost every week I hear other parents say “I can’t get my child to eat fruits and vegetables”. There is frequently a sense of upset, annoyance, and even embarrassment ... Read on »