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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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Gluten-Free & Allergen-Free White Cake Recipe: A Cause for Health & Wellness Celebration by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Last night we had a gluten-free & allegen-free white cake with chocolate frosting to celebrate my daughter's 10th birthday! The gluten-free and allergen-free white cake ... 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 »
Why people with Celiac and Food Allergies Should Sign up for FAAN Alerts by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Oh, yeah. I have been meaning to write this blog post for a very long time. I often find that people with celiac disease are not signed up for FAAN Alerts. Same for tho ... Read on »
Tribute to Bette Hagman - A Gluten Free Pioneer, Mentor and Friend by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies It's a funny thing about life - you never know how it will turn out. I first met Bette Hagman, a.k.a. "The Gluten-Free Gourmet", in the Spring of 2000 at a Buffalo, NY ... 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 »
Tales from the Crypt: Gluten Free and Allergen Free Baking Disasters by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies The biggest topic that I get private e-mails about is kitchen failures when it comes to gluten-free and allergy free baking. So, now it is time to tell a whopper on mys ... Read on »
Specialized Dental Testing: Preventing Reactions to Dental Work by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Mercury is so toxic to human beings that most colleges and universities as well as hospitals and other institutions have removed the old glass thermometers even though ... Read on »
Gluten Free and Allergen Free Dressing: Roasted Red Pepper Vinaigrette by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies One of the problems with salad dressings is that they often contain either gluten or allergens. In the allergen department the most common offenders in salad dressings ... Read on »
Harvest Salsa by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies It is that time of year when the gardens are ripe with produce. I made salsa a few weeks ago, which we just loved. The recipe is easy and the perfect use for tomatos th ... Read on »
Low or Elevated Secretory IgA: Critical Health Testing You Should Know About by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies With the advent of the internet, consumers and medical researchers like myself have access to a whole host of sound medical literature. This is by far and away one of t ... Read on »
How Nutritional Testing Can Help You Get and Stay Well by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies It is hard if not impossible for me to talk about health and wellness without mentioning the importance and value of using science and technology - specifically nutriti ... Read on »
The Inside Scoop on Buying Organic Produce by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Yesterday was Thursday. Just a regular day of the week for most people! For us Thursday for much of the year represents the day that we pick up or organic produce. This ... 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 »
Gluten-Free & Allergen Free: Winter Warm Up Soup by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies I invented this soup recipe to use up our CSA winter root vegetables. I was actually taken aback that my children loved the soup! This soup has a unique taste and it s ... Read on »
iMosaic: Where you want YOUR Physician to be April 6th -10th and WHY by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Let's face it, physicians can be frustrated by educated consumers and patients who ask a lot of questions, do some amount of medical research and want the most natural an ... Read on »
New Non-Dairy, Milk-Free, Casein-Free "Cheese" that actually Melts by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies We've been dairy-free ever since my middle child was an infant  - or roughly eleven and a half years now! Non-dairy cheeses have been a problem for that many years. Eit ... 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 »
Home Remodeling or Repairs (for people with Allergies, of course) by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Having three children with mild to severe allergies has, in the past, prevented us from making much needed home repairs and remodeling. Not any more! I have to say in the ... Read on »
Newest independent review on The Super Allergy Girl™ Allergy & Celiac Cookbook by Lisa Lundy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies It is wonderful to get a great book review, and even better when the reviewer has an extensive amount of personal experience with food allergies, sensitivities and/or t ... 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 »